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The non-fatal burden of cancer in Belgium, 2004–2019: a nationwide registry-based study

in Belgium, breast cancer had the highest morbidity impact among women, followed by colorectal and non-melanoma skin cancer. Among men, prostate cancer had the highest morbidity impact, followed by ...

Benchmarking food environment policies for the prevention of diet-related non-communicable diseases in Kenya: National expert panel's assessment and priority recommendations.

lists/nutrient declarations; systems regulating health claims; restrictions on marketing breast milk substitutes; and school nutrition policies. Infrastructure support actions in ‘implementation’ phase included: ...

Risk assessment of ochratoxin A in food

exposures in breastfed infants ranged from 1.7 to 2.6 ng/kg bw per day, 95th percentile exposures from 5.6 to 8.5 ng/kg bw per day in average/high breast milk consuming infants, respectively. Comparison of ...

Implementation of healthy food environment policies to prevent nutrition-related non-communicable diseases in Ghana: National experts' assessment of government action.

proposed and prioritized actions for government implementation. Three-quarters of all good practice indicators were rated at ‘low’/’very little’ implementation. Restricting the marketing of breast milk ...

Determinants of persistent organic pollutant (POP) concentrations in human breast milk of a cross-sectional sample of primiparous mothers in Belgium

biomonitoring Human breast milk Organochlorine pesticides PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS Primipara mothers Abstract: Background Bio-accumulation of persistent organic pollutants (POP s) in the environment and in ...

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