In the past, health warning labels on products such as cigarettes and alcohol have influenced consumer behaviour. Now, a new study shows that, with the right images, warnings on meat products about health effects, contribution to climate change, and potential...
At the annual conference of the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) the results of research into the perspective of Covid-19 patients on nutritional support across Europe was published.
South African scientists have warned that rising demand for affordable meat and the expansion of intensive animal agriculture creates the ‘perfect breeding ground’ for the development of viruses that could spark future pandemics.
A recent report has identified the eating and farming of animals as the single most risky human behaviour in relation to pandemics. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, however, is not convinced.