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PROTEIN Team hard at work addressing COVID-19

COVID-19 is a new disease and there is now emerging information regarding risk factors for serious illness. Based on currently available information and clinical expertise, older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions or chronic diseases, including diabetes and obesity, may  be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.  PROTEIN partner …

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Meet the Leaders of PROTEIN Work Package 3: expert knowledge to support the project

Health professionals are responsible for providing support around delivering dietary advice Ito their patients. Personalised nutrition can be applied by health professionals in two broad areas: firstly, for the dietary management of people with specific diseases like obesity, diabetes or CVD, or for individuals who need special nutritional support—for example, in pregnancy or old age. Personalised nutrition can also help in the development of more effective interventions for improving public health.

The PROTEIN Project at the “ML-assisted and 5G-enabled e-Health Systems” Workshop

e-Health services are in need of continuous development to cope with the increase in aging population and reduction in available resources. Advancement in technology has been an important factor in such development of the e-Health services delivery. Advanced technologies such as 5G, AI and Machine-Learning will play an important role in the efficient and effective …

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PROTEIN Project at Obesity Week 2019

PROTEIN project information was made available to colleagues from dozens of countries and was discussed by consortium partner EASO at ObesityWeek 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. OW2019 is the largest obesity focused scientific and clinical meeting globally and presented an opportunity to highlight the PROTEIN project and explore interest among scientific and clinical colleagues in …

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