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M.Phil (Food Service Management), M.Sc. (Food Service Management)

Adeline Dorcas

Adeline Dorcas is an alumni of Women’s Christian College, Chennai. She is passionate about teaching and writing. She loves spending time with family and friends.

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Premature Death: Many Countries Fail to Meet UN Target to Prevent Early Deaths from NCDs

Premature Death: Many Countries Fail to Meet UN Target to Prevent Early Deaths from NCDs

Millions of people around the world die early due to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease, and diabetes. Many countries around the world fail to meet the United Nations (UN) targets to reduce premature deaths due to NCDs.

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Dairy Consumption May Reduce Heart Disease, Death Risk

Dairy Consumption May Reduce Heart Disease, Death Risk

Dairy consumption may lower heart disease and death risk. Therefore, consuming three servings of dairy products such as milk, yogurt, cheese and butter per day can help protect your heart health and reduce mortality risk.

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Olive Oil and Good Sleep can Prevent Heart Attack, Stroke

Olive Oil and Good Sleep can Prevent Heart Attack, Stroke

Heart attack and stroke can be kept at bay by consuming food rich in unsaturated fats like olive oil and having a good night’s sleep, reveals a new study.

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Fish Oil Supplements in Pregnancy Can Improve Your Child's Growth and Development

Fish Oil Supplements in Pregnancy Can Improve Your Child's Growth and Development

Taking fish oil supplements during pregnancy is associated with an increase in lean and bone mass in children in the first six years of life, that may contribute to better growth and development.

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National Nutrition Week

National Nutrition Week

National Nutrition Week is observed from 1st to the 7th of September every year. The theme for this year 2018 is 'Ensuring focused interventions on addressing under-nutrition during the first 1,000 days of the Child: Better Child Health.'

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