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Plant bioactives and their impact on psychological and cardiometabolic health
April 14, 2022
Recent technological advances in food and human nutrition sciences have provided a stable platform for the development of new ingredients and functional foods that can assist in the management of several psychological and cardiometabolic health issues. Additionally, adherence to traditional dietary patterns such as the Mediterranean or Japanese diet and reduced consumption of ultra-processed foods have been proposed as fundamental concepts in the management of these two important disease categories. Numerous studies of various designs (e.g., in vitro, in vivo, clinical trials and observational studies) have also supported and, in some cases, challenged the mechanisms of action of plant bioactives, foods and some dietary patterns.
Call for Papers for Prevention & Control of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
June 9, 2020
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome–coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), is now a global pandemic, but a huge knowledge gap remains about the effects of this novel virus on the human body. Given the current global public health threat, there is an urgent need for fast diagnosis, preventive, and therapeutic measures for COVID-19.
Call for Papers for Special Issue ‘Complexity of Human Cancer and Its Multi-Scale Causality’
June 6, 2019
The need to find a new way of classifying tumoral entities, and objectively quantifying their morphological and functional changes, prompted us to investigate the theory of “complex systems”, and to apply their concepts to human cancer.
Call for Papers for Special Issue ‘Anesthetic Techniques’
June 3, 2019
Regional anesthesia techniques include central neuraxial blocks (spinal, epidural, or caudal anesthesia). For some surgical procedures, regional anesthesia has important advantages over general anesthesia. Besides providing excellent pain control during surgery, regional techniques are associated with fewer side effects, less blood loss, better cardiac and pulmonary function, and shortened stay in the post-anesthesia care unit.
Publish with ERHM in the Young Scientists Section for Senior Undergraduates to Win a Scholarship
December 10, 2018
To motivate potential young scientists to embark on an exciting journey towards scientific research, and identify talented young researchers and recognize their work, ERHM will launch a young scientist scholarship program from 2019 and set a special section (called ‘Young Scientists Section’) to accommodate outstanding publications from senior undergraduate young scientist.
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