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Replacing red meat with other protein sources in diet linked to lower kidney failure risk 

A study based in Singapore showed that a reduction in kidney failure risk was associated with the replacement of red meat consumption with other protein sources. However, it is not necessary to stop consuming red meat entirely, said Prof Koh Woon Puay, professor at Duke-NUS and NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. Prof Koh also leads the Talent Development team at the Academic Medicine Research Institute (AMRI).

 

 

 

Researchers eye new way to detect dengue

 

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Structured programme for breast cancer survivors helps 'reduce side effects'