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Mental Distress and Its Contributing Factors Among Young People During the First Wave of COVID-19: A Belgian Survey Study

or large (OR = 2.17) decrease in going out for drinks or food, and a decrease in doing home activities (OR = 2.72). Conclusion: Young people experience high levels of mental distress during the ...

Identifying nanodescriptors to predict the toxicity of nanomaterials: a case study on titanium dioxide

Volume 8, Issue 2 (2021) Health Topics:  Food consumption and food safety Consommation et sécurité alimentaires Voedselconsumptie en –veiligheid Service:  Éléments traces et nanomatériaux Spoorelementen en ...

Epidemiologische surveillance van shigatoxineproducerende Escherichia coli (STEC), 2019-2020

Publication Type: Sci. report, recommendat°, guidance doc., directive, monograph Authors: Jacquinet, Stéphanie; Crombé, Florence; Denis Piérard Source: p.5 (2021) Abstract: Sinds de oprichting van het NRC in 2011 is het jaarlijks aantal gevallen van STEC ...

Surveillance épidémiologique de l’Escherichia coli producteur de Shiga-Toxine (STEC), 2019-2020.

Publication Type: Sci. report, recommendat°, guidance doc., directive, monograph Authors: Jacquinet, Stéphanie; Crombé, Florence; Denis Piérard Source: p.5 (0) Abstract: Depuis l’établissement du CNR en 2011, le nombre de cas annuel de STEC en Belgique es ...

A molecular assay for rapidly distinguishing the AviPro SALMONELLA VAC T vaccine strain from wild-type field isolates

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Pieter-Jan Ceyssens; An Van den Bossche; Phan, Lac Kim; Van Hoorde, Koenraad; Wesley Mattheus Source: Journal of Microbiological Methods, Volume 184 (2021) Keywords: Luminex-based multiplex test ...

Safety assessment of titanium dioxide (E171) as a food additive.

E 171 titanium dioxide Abstract: The present opinion deals with an updated safety assessment of the food additive titanium dioxide (E 171) based on new relevant scientific evidence considered by the ...

Have socio-economic inequalities in sugar purchasing widened? A longitudinal analysis of food and beverage consumer data from British households, 2014–2017

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Berger, Nicolas; Cummins, Steven; Smith, Richard D; Cornelsen, Laura Source: Public Health Nutrition (2020) Health Topics:  Obesity Obésité Obesitas Full text language:  English Category:  A1 FOS ...

Have socio-economic inequalities in sugar purchasing widened? A longitudinal analysis of food and beverage consumer data from British households, 2014–2017

Publication Type: Authors: Berger, Nicolas; Cummins, Steven; Smith, Richard D; Cornelsen, Laura Source: Public Health Nutrition (2020) Manuscript versions:  DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1017/S1368980020005029 Version:  Published Full text access:  Restricted ...

Intake of food supplements based on algae or cyanobacteria may pose a health risk due to elevated concentrations of arsenic species.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Karlien Cheyns; Heidi Demaegdt; Nadia Waegeneers; Ann Ruttens Source: Food Addit Contam Part A Chem Anal Control Expo Risk Assess (2021) ...

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