The Medikidz Explain Epilepsy comic series tells a fictional tale based on the experiences of 14-year-old Jack, who’s navigating middle school while living with epilepsy. ‘Despite the fact that epilepsy affects 1 in 100 Canadians, there continues to be so much misinformation and lack of awareness out there,’ says Gail Dempsey, President of the Canadian Epilepsy Alliance. ‘Addressing the info gaps about epilepsy is definitely crucial and by educating children in a fun way that resonates, as with the comic series, we can close that gap.’ Related StoriesMeat-rich diet plan may increase kidney malignancy riskNew RNA test of blood platelets may be used to detect area of cancerViralytics enters into medical trial collaboration agreement with MSDAuthored by doctors and medical writers, the reserve's content addresses the mechanics, medical diagnosis, and treatment of epilepsy and is peer-reviewed by leading doctors and endorsed by the Canadian epilepsy community.The meals sector says it has produced efforts to reduce the acrylamides present in processed foods recently. The European Union has advised people to prevent burned toast or golden brownish chips, and recommended staying away from processed food items and take-aways that have higher amounts of acrylamide often. The researchers, led by Janneke Hogervorst from the University of Maastricht, reported their results in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention.
Formerly titled Dietary Manager, the updated publication carries a new cover style, new typography and expanded content made to align the magazine even more closely with ANFP’s new mission and goals as an organization.