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The feasibility of reducing free sugar intake to 5% of daily total energy intake through provision of guidelines alone: An intervention study within a Scottish population. (2018)Consumption of free sugars is associated with excess energy intake, potentially leading to obesity, and the onset of dental caries. UK government recommendations state that the population should limit their intake of free ...
(2018)Background Caffeine has been shown to be an effective ergogenic aid and to enhance cognitive function and reaction times. Cognitive speed, accuracy and reaction times are very important to in-game performance, yet there ...
How does the age of patients influence nurses’ decision making during an episode of acute deterioration? (2018)Background: Older people are entitled to a high standard of quality person-centred care. Reasons for impaired decision making during acute deterioration may be, noncompliance and inadequate escalation of National Early ...
What are nurses’ views on why people with cancer choose to adhere or not adhere to their pain medication? (2018)The aim of this research proposal is to gain an understanding of nurses’ views on the reasons why a person with cancer would choose to adhere or not adhere to their pain medication. Current literature suggests there are ...
DETERMINING SELECTIVE VOLUNTARY MOTOR CONTROL OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (2018)For physiotherapists working in neuro-paediatric gait-rehabilitation, improving motor control of the lower extremity is a major focus. Nevertheless, our understanding of selective voluntary motor control (SVMC) is in its ...