A new research study has found that when doctors tell patients living with obesity to lose weight the guidance they give is generally vague, superficial, and commonly not supported by scientific evidence.
A new study proposes a novel strategy to treat type 2 diabetes, putting individuals in command of their own medicine. The Trimaster study is the first to allow persons with type 2 diabetes to choose their own medicine following a series of three different drugs. It came to the conclusion that the technique could be a new means of choosing the best treatment.
New Delhi [India], November 30 (ANI/Hunk Golden and Media): The central expert organization, thought leader, and convening body in the Indian 'alternative protein' or 'smart protein' sector, The Good Food Institute India (GFI India) launches India's first student-led body championing alt protein with the Delhi University chapter, marking the first chapter from India to join the global Alt Protein Project. The smart protein sector is at the forefront of global food innovation, with companies making alt protein foods - plant-based meat, eggs, dairy, and seafood, for example - that taste the same or better and cost the same or less than their animal-derived counterparts, with vastly lower impacts on planetary and public health.
Protected areas are one of the most effective tools for safeguarding biodiversity, but new research published today has found that most Asian countries failed to achieve a global minimum target of protecting at least 17 per cent of land by 2020. Under current trends, the outlook for achieving the Global Biodiversity Framework's 2030 target to protect at least 30 per cent of land is bleak, with Asia set to miss this by an even greater margin.
Beijing [China], November 24 (ANI/PRNewswire): David Symington, who graduated from Oxford University, visited the Guozijian in Beijing, which is known as the highest institution of academic research in ancient China for aspiring scholars from China and abroad.
New Delhi [India], November 15 (ANI/PNN): Gautaam Borah, a senior management professional and the author of the widely acclaimed book 'Monetising Innovation', launches his new book 'Nalanada - Until we meet again' on November 13, 2022.
A new paper in PNAS Nexus, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that chemicals used in agriculture, like fertilizers and pesticides, can change the way bees 'see' a flower, and that this reduces the number of bees visiting a flower.
An exceptionally well-preserved collection of fossils discovered in eastern Yunnan Province, China, has enabled scientists to solve a centuries-old riddle in the evolution of life on earth, revealing what the first animals to make skeletons looked like.