Topic: Lifestyle - Primary Care
Wednesday, 21 February 2018
In 2014, the Five-Year Forward View articulated clearly that, if the NHS is to be sustainable, it needs to get serious about prevention. The initial focus was on diabetes prevention; now the national prevention focus has switched to prevention of cardiovascular disease.
Wednesday, 12 December 2018
A recent summary of Cochrane reviews shows that lifestyle changes (including as a minimum: healthy eating, physical activity and self-monitoring of blood sugar levels) are the only intervention with enough evidence to show possible health improvements for women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and their babies.
Thursday, 16 August 2018
Increased physical activity, not weight loss, gives individuals with coronary heart disease (CHD) including angina and myocardial infarction a longer lifespan, according to a new long-term Norwegian study.
Monday, 21 May 2018
Becoming more physically active after a myocardial infarction halves the risk of dying within four years, according to research presented at the EuroPrevent 2018 congress.
Wednesday, 30 May 2018
Young people who watch one extra junk-food advert a week (over the average of six) consume an additional 350 calories in foods high in salt, sugar, and fat (HFSS) every week (18,000 each year).
Thursday, 07 February 2019
Consumption of moderate amounts of full fat dairy products is associated with lower risk of mortality and major cardiovascular disease events in a diverse multinational cohort, in a study published recently in the Lancet.
Thursday, 16 June 2016
Morbidity and mortality for women with COPD is increasing. This systematic review uncovers how women seem to experience COPD differently to men, and helps health care professionals to provide an individualised approach to caring for these patients.
Thursday, 04 October 2018
A recent study from Finland shows that children with serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels >80 nmol/l had lower plasma total and LDL cholesterol levels than children whose serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels were
Thursday, 08 September 2016
Intensified and multifaceted treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes and poor prognosis due to microalbuminuria extends median lifetime by 8 years compared with conventional therapy, according to a new long-term Danish follow-up study of the Steno-2 trial.
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
Type 2 diabetes can be reversed with intensive medical treatment using medications and lifestyle therapies, according to a new study. Up to 40% of study participants were able to stay in remission three months after stopping diabetes medications.