Nutrition & Disease Management

    • Frailty is characterized by a ‘reduced strength and physiologic malfunctioning that increases an individual’s susceptibility to increased dependency, vulnerability, and death’, making it a major public health problem in the geriatric population
    • Due to the lack of guidelines in the
    • Breast pain in lactating women – A summary of a local report and nutrition recommendations
    • Clinical guideline for managing pediatric acute gastroenteritis in the outpatient setting
    • Down syndrome and nutrition
    • Anisakiasis – Authoritative guidelines on parasite de
    • Constipation in Hong Kong children at a glance
    • The potential influence of prebiotics on nutrient absorption in early life
    • Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy - Latest clinical management guidelines
    • Intervening during pregnancy and lactation to impact health outcomes: From knowledge to practice
    • Micronutrient deficiencies and growth in childhood: An integrative approach
    • Bone Health in All Life Stages
    • Programing Optimal Skeletal Foundation – Starting from the Womb
    • Prevention of Osteoporosis – Nutrients Beyond Calcium and Vitamin D
    • Micronutrient Series 2 – Calcium
    • National Heart Month
    • Heart-Healthy Diets: Simple steps to say "No" to heart disease
    • Guide to Improving Cardiovascular Health at the Community Level
    • Sodium Content of Savoury Snacks in Hong Kong