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Population Health

Food Nutrition and Health

Tackling childhood obesity

The NiPPeR Study, groundbreaking research to develop a new nutritional drink to reduce the chances of childhood obesity via intervention before and during pregnancy.

Nutrition and immune function

Research to find out how nutrition affects the functioning of the human body. Better understanding is key to developing strategies to improve human health and well-being, and lower disease risk.

Food Nutrition and Health

There are many important food and nutrition-related activities being carried out, across a wide range of disciplines at the University of Southampton, that are central to the theme of population health. This Special Interest Group draws together researchers who have common interests in this work - providing opportunity to promote dialogue and communication both within and outside the University.

The aims of this group are to

The determinants of nutritional status operate at global, national, community, household and individual levels.

Click link to see nutrition related presentations from the 2014 Population Health Conference ‘Tackling Population Health Challenges'

For further information please contact:

Professor of Nutritional Epidemiology, Sian Robinson

Tackling Population Health Challenges Conference - June 12th 2014: Some of the presentations
Pop Health Conference Presentations

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