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Study uncovers the truth behind work stress, sleep and junk food habits

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Psychological experiences at work can shape eating habits and sleeping patterns, according to a recently published study.

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‘Short term’ weight control approaches call for new interventions: Cochrane reviews

“Without such adaptations, consumers will not have access to the information they need to properly and safely use sport foods”, said the trade associations Specialised Nutrition Europe (SNE), EU Specialty Food Ingredients, the European Vegetable Protein Association (EUVEPRO) and Food Supplements Europe (FSE). ©iStock/

Industry calls for EU sport food clarification to shore up safety concerns

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Instrument maintenance and downtime top challenge for lab managers

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French study links 'Med diet' pattern to lower risk of frailty

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Eat plants to stay slim, say Spanish researchers

Under current consumption patterns Europe imports 70% of its protein. There is also an increasing demand for plant protein which can help tackle poor diets and health problems. ©iStock

Project TRUE gets bean counting to boost EU pulse cultivation

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Child weight gain linked to diet beverage intake during pregnancy, study claims

Residues of BPA are present in resins used to make protective coatings and linings for food and beverage cans.©iStock

EU expresses ‘high concern’ for hormone disrupting chemical Bisphenol A

The impact of drought and other disasters on food production will be addressed with the new warning system. ©iStock

European Commission's “early warning” system predicts food production issues

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