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Plant-based diets, pescatarian diets and COVID-19 severity: a population-based case–control study in six countries Hyunju Kim, Casey M Rebholz, Sheila Hegde, et al Modest effects of dietary supplements during the COVID-19 pandemic: insights from 445 850 users of the COVID-19 Symptom Study app Panayiotis Louca, Benjamin Murray, Kerstin Klaser, et al COVID-19 illness in relation to sleep and burnout Hyunju Kim, Sheila Hegde, Christine LaFiura, et al Fruit and vegetable consumption and the risk of type 2 diabetes: A systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of prospective studies Halvorsen R.E, Elvestad M, Molin M, et al Overweight and obesity as risk factors for COVID-19-associated hospitalisations and death: Systematic review and meta-analysis Sawadogo W., Tsegaye M., Gizaw A., Adera T. No evidence that vitamin D is able to prevent or affect the severity of COVID-19 in individuals with European ancestry: a Mendelian randomisation study of open data Hasnat A Amin, Fotios Drenos Genetically predicted serum vitamin D and COVID-19: a Mendelian randomisation study Bonnie K Patchen, Andrew G Clark, Nathan Gaddis, et al How fragile are Mediterranean diet interventions? A research-on-research study of randomised controlled trials Grammatikopoulou M.G, Nigdelis M.P, Theodoridis X, et al Evaluation of different stool extraction methods for metabolomics measurements in human faecal samples Erben V, Poschet G, Schrotz-King P, et al Effect of ultraprocessed food intake on cardiometabolic risk is mediated by diet quality: A cross-sectional study Griffin J, Albaloul A, Kopytek A, et al
Random forest approach for determining risk prediction and predictive factors of type 2 diabetes: Large-scale health check-up data in Japan Ooka T, Johno H, Nakamoto K, et al Association between severity of COVID-19 symptoms and habitual food intake in adult outpatients Salazar-Robles E., Kalantar-Zadeh K., Badillo H., Calderon-Juarez M., Garcia-Barcenas C.A., Ledesma-Perez P.D., Lerma A., Lerma C. Low-energy sweeteners and body weight: A citation network analysis Normand M., Ritz C., Mela D., Raben A. Prevalence and predictors of gestational diabetes mellitus among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic in Dodoma region, Tanzania: An analytical cross-sectional study Mdoe M.B., Kibusi S.M., Munyogwa M.J., Ernest A.I. Effect of reducing ultraprocessed food consumption on obesity among US children and adolescents aged 7-18 years: Evidence from a simulation model Livingston A.S, Cudhea F, Wang L, et al Estimating the potential impact of Australia's reformulation programme on households' sodium purchases Coyle D., Shahid M., Dunford E., Ni Mhurchu C., McKee S., Santos M., Popkin B., Trieu K., Marklund M., Neal B., Wu J. Food insecurity and men's perpetration of partner violence in a longitudinal cohort in South Africa Hatcher A.M., Neilands T.B., Rebombo D., Weiser S.D., Christofides N.J. Impact of smoking on COVID-19 outcomes: A HOPE Registry subanalysis Espejo-Paeres C., Nunez-Gil I.J., Estrada V., Fernandez-Perez C., Uribe-Heredia G. et al. Breast health screening: A UK-wide questionnaire Jiwa N, Takats Z, Leff D.R, et al
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