Posts from Category: food

11 October 2019

NHS Boss Condemns English Cricket’s Sponsorship Deal With KP Snacks

Simon Stevens says ECB’s Hundred tie-up with maker of Hula Hoops undermines fight against childhood obesity. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has been criticised ...
5 September 2019

Stronger Focus on Nutrition Within Health Services Could Save 3.7 Million Lives by 2025

According to a new report published by the World Health Organisation (WHO), health services must integrate a stronger focus on ensuring optimum nutrition at each ...
27 August 2019

Hospital Food Review Announced by Government

The government will work with the NHS to improve food quality in hospitals and provide consistently safe, nutritious and tasty food. The government has announced a ...
1 August 2019

Health Concerns Raised Over Frozen Meals For Hospital Patients

The private catering provider responsible for supplying a fifth of all hot meals served to hospital patients in England, Scotland and Wales has branded health ...
4 July 2019

Obese People Outnumber Smokers Two to One

Obesity now causes more cases of four common cancers in the UK than smoking. New research carried out by Cancer Research UK has indicated that people ...
3 February 2019

New £330,000 Delivery Service Makes Meals More Appetising for Inpatients

A new meal delivery service has launched at Poole Hospital, meaning that inpatients will be served food at a more appetising temperature. New delivery system The system, ...

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    17 January 2020

    Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Related to Air Pollution Could Exceed 160,000 by 2030

    Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air ...
    17 January 2020

    NAO Report on Carillion’s PFI Hospital Contracts

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report on ...
    15 January 2020

    Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

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    17 January 2020

    Heart Attack and Stroke Deaths Related to Air Pollution Could Exceed 160,000 by 2030

    Heart and circulatory disease deaths attributed to particulate matter air ...
    17 January 2020

    NAO Report on Carillion’s PFI Hospital Contracts

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report on ...
    15 January 2020

    Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

    Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the ...
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