Author: Alice Marion (Rowlands) Hart
Author: Alice Marion (Rowlands) Hart
Practical nutrition tips for patients, caregivers, and the public.
Author: Jessica Schulman
View: 764Practical nutrition tips for patients, caregivers, and the public.
National Institutes of Health (NIH), 190 National Maternal and Infant Health Survey (NMIHS), 187 National Notifiable ... Influenza-like Illness Surveillance Network (ILINet), 58 P Pediatric nutrition surveillance system (PedNSS), ...
Author: Richard K. Thomas
Category: Social Science
View: 334The increasing importance of sickness and disability data across health-related disciplines is the focus of this concise but comprehensive resource. It reviews the basics of morbidity at the population level by defining core concepts, analyzing why morbidity has overtaken mortality as central to demographic study, and surveying ways these data are generated, accessed, and measured. Subsequent chapters demonstrate how this knowledge can be used to better understand—and potentially solve—critical public health issues, benefitting not only populations served, but also areas such as health services planning, resource allocation, and health policy-setting. To make this material useful to the most readers, this reference: Explains why and how morbidity data are categorized by health professionals and other data users. Examines various methods of identifying and measuring morbidity data. Identifies demographic and non-demographic factors associated with morbidity. Describes and evaluates sources of U.S. morbidity data. Reviews the current state of morbidity in the U.S., and what it means for healthcare and society in general. Suggests future uses of morbidity data in reducing health disparities and improving population health. In Sickness and In Health is uniquely relevant to demographers and demography students, public health professionals, and epidemiologists. Its presentation of concepts and applications makes the book a valuable classroom text and a useful guide for those addressing challenges facing U.S. healthcare.
Sleep and inflammation: partners in sickness and in health. ... Marmot M. Social determinants of health inequalities. ... Nutrients. (2020) 12:1657. doi: 10.3390/nu12061657 97. Rolland B, Haesebaert F, Zante E, Benyamina A, Haesebaert J ...
Author: Ioannis Zabetakis
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Author: Borden Company
Category: Ice cream, ices, etc
GERD, peptic ulcers, gastric motility disorders, gallbladder and pancreatic diseases, and tumors in the upper GI tract. ... prolonged vomiting can cause esophagitis and fluid and electrolyte imbalances and may require medical care.
Author: Linda Kelly DeBruyne
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Category: Health & Fitness
View: 581A trusted resource for health care professionals at all career stages, NUTRITION FOR HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE, 7th Edition, makes vital connections between human nutrition and overall health. Content starts with nutrition basics then moves through clinical topics, exploring the ways nutrition impacts diabetes, renal disease, liver disorders and other ailments. Organized by organ system to align with other health disciplines, chapters include the latest research and clinical practices for leveraging the power of nutrition in patient health care. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
This is enlightened medicine, at last!” (Dr. Alejandro Junger, New York Times bestselling author of CLEAN) Why do some of us get sick with greater frequency than others? What makes us more susceptible to illness?
Author: Joel Fuhrman, M.D.
Publisher: Harper Collins
Category: Health & Fitness
View: 142From world-renowned health expert and New York Times bestselling author of Eat to Live and Eat for Life Dr. Joel Fuhrman comes a practical nutritional plan to prevent and reverse disease—no shots, drugs or sick days required. Why do some of us get sick with greater frequency than others? What makes us more susceptible to illness? Is there a secret to staying healthy? Dr. Fuhrman doesn’t believe the secret to staying healthy lies in medical care—rather, the solution is to change the way we eat. With more than 85 plant-based recipes, a two-week menu plan, and lists of super foods that boost immunity, Dr. Fuhrman’s proven strategies in Super Immunity combine the latest data from clinical tests, nutritional research, and results from thousands of patients . Inside Super Immunity, you’ll find: The big picture—Learn everything you need to know about healthy eating for a healthy life. A 2-week meal plan—Take the guesswork out of changing your diet with planned meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day of the week. 85 immunity-boosting recipes—These delicious plant based recipes make eating healthy easy and crave-worthy. Live longer, stronger, and disease free with this proven plan to change your diet and change your life. “Super Immunity is a much needed book that contains the key to ending the cycle of sickness that plagues many of our lives. This is enlightened medicine, at last!” (Dr. Alejandro Junger, New York Times bestselling author of CLEAN)
In This Chapter Defining chronicdisease Discussing global, nutritionrelated health disparity issues Getting familiar with diets and supplements Like it or not, youlivein a global society. But even before international communication, ...
Author: Michael J. Rovito
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
View: 971Get up to date on clinical nutrition for school, work, or yourown health From the proper function of the major organs and the role thatproper nutrition plays in their functioning, to a breakdown ofcarbs, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals, ClinicalNutrition For Dummies provides you with the easy-to-read guideyou need to immerse yourself in the subject! Written in the funstyle that the For Dummies series has become known for, thebook is perfect for students in the wide variety of fields thatrequire an in-depth understanding of clinical nutrition, or forthose who want to improve their own lives through betternutrition. Dive right into the book for an exploration of the chemical andfunctional components of food, how to properly assess yournutritional intake, the changing face of nutrition throughout thehuman lifespan, and so much more! This handy resource offers awealth of information, and specifically addresses the growingobesity and diabetes epidemics that promise to make the study ofclinical nutrition more important than ever. Includes a completebreakdown of the relationship between nutrition and chronicdiseases. Explores the nutritional requirements at various life stages,from pediatric through geriatric Features information on the importance of proper nutritionduring pregnancy Shares tips for modifying dietary intake and health behaviortheory, along with properly communicating health information Clinical Nutrition For Dummies is your complete, funguide to the topic of nutrition—dive in today to get startedon the pathway to mastering this increasingly importantsubject.
... Difference between Disease, Illness, and Sickness 18; Theories of Disease Causation 18; Natural History of the Disease 19; Spectrum of Disease 23 NUTRITION AND HEALTH Zinia TNujum The Current Nutrition Scenario in India 25; ...
Author: AM Kadri
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
Incorrect nutrition contributes to occurrence of colic, obesity, metabolic syndrome, laminitis, rhabdomyolisis and stereotypic, abnormal or unwanted behaviours. This book explores the impact of nutrition on health and welfare in horses.
Author: A.D. Ellis
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Publishers
Category: Technology & Engineering
View: 584The impact of nutrition on the health and welfare of the horse, whether performing at the highest athletic level or for leisure use, cannot be underestimated. To maintain good health and optimum performance the horse requires much more than just the correct levels of nutrients. In addition to avoiding an excess or a deficiency of nutrients the 'packaging' and form in which the horse ingests these nutrients plays an important role both for the horse¿s body and mind. Incorrect nutrition contributes to occurrence of colic, obesity, metabolic syndrome, laminitis, rhabdomyolisis and stereotypic, abnormal or unwanted behaviours. This book explores the impact of nutrition on health and welfare in horses. The chapters provide an up to date review and evaluation of our current understanding in the areas below. -Nutritional requirements and physiology -Nutrition, behaviour and welfare -Promoting health and preventing disease -Gastrointestinal health -Metabolic disease -Functional nutritional ingredients -Nutrition and performance This book is the 5th volume in a series conceived through the European Workshop of Equine Nutrition (EWEN) which falls under the umbrella of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Production (EAAP). The aim is to facilitate discussion between equine nutrition scientists and to create a bridge between scientists, practitioners and the horse industry. The ultimate aim is to support good equine health and welfare practice through the best nutrition science possible. As such this book is a valuable compilation of knowledge for research scientists, veterinarians, nutritionists, academics and students.