Published 17 Jul, 2018 Commentary Autism also referred to as Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), is a frequent and debilitating neurological handicap in children, which is usually diagnosed in early childhood.
Published 15 Jun, 2018 Editorial Known as a most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder among children, the patients of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) mainly suffer from hyperactivity, impulsiveness and inattention last long, leading to functional impairments .
Editorial The demand for natural additives in the food industry is increasing as a response to an increasingly demanding market for the appeal of what is natural, as well as concerns about the health risks that some artificial additives pose.
Published 16 Feb, 2019 Short Commentary The health disturbances because of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) focus attention of public health leaders, psychologists, pedagogues and physicians, mainly pediatricians for several decades [1-3]. C., Dr Steve Collins, a medical doctor and the originator of the UN endorsed model of care for Acute Malnutrition - Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) – presented inspiring results relating to a new recipe of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) which is made from readily available local ingredients.
Published 31 May, 2018 Research Article The study aimed to compare the regular veal commercialized in Portugal from different origins, namely crossbred beef calves from Portuguese production (PCB) and Holstein calves from Dutch (DHF), Spanish (SHF) and Portuguese (PHF) production.
Published 22 Mar, 2018 Editorial The Mediterranean Diet (MD) is not a trendy diet to lose weight in a few days or weeks but a set of knowledge, social habits and cultural traditions historically handed down by the populations that overlook the Mediterranean basin, which since November 2010 UNESCO, for its historical roots and proven scientific bases, it has recognized as "the intangible heritage of humanity".Published 19 Jun, 2018 Editorial All humans wish to live healthy and full lives.It is only natural for people to begin paying more attention to their health and take steps to manage their health as they get older.more Previous scholarship has suggested that ritualized giving (dāna) by laity to monastics constituted a significant factor in the creation of Buddhism as a viable social phenomenon.The giving of almsfood, in particular, provides a prime site of social interaction between monastics and laity, wherein sustained mutual relations may develop.Published 06 Oct, 2018 Review Article Toll-Like Receptors (TLRs) are a main target during inflammation and metabolic syndromes as receptors for inflammatory signaling molecules, and are named numerically from 1 to 13 in humans.Published 26 Jul, 2018 Editorial Microorganisms represent the largest component of biodiversity in our world, yet a common human propensity is to regard all microorganisms as “harmful”, in particular, equating bacteria to pathogenic germs.This study aims at discerning some of the cultural dynamics of this interaction by analyzing the ritualized giving of food from two interrelated perspectives.Firstly, utilizing the concept of ‘food ideology’, this study investigates the ideological value attached to the substance (i.e. Thereafter, the ritual performances of the mutual participants are examined.Published 20 Feb, 2018 Short Communication The timeline by year of Pub Med website shows as more than hundred documents appears under the search of the formula “polyphenols brain aging”, being the beginnings of the present century the initial period of this eye-catching interest.Published 16 Feb, 2018 Research Article Background: The purpose of this research work was to assess household food security and its nutritional implications on adolescents from selected Local Government Areas of Lagos, Nigeria.