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Epidemiological research
Global Differences in Characteristics, Precipitants, and Initial Management of Patients Presenting With Acute Heart Failure.

Basic research
Dietary supplementation of Pleurotus tuber regium in rat feed ameliorates metabolic and hematotoxicity induced by carbon tetrachloride.
Development of a molecularly imprinted polymer electrochemical sensor and its application for sensitive detection and determination of malathion in olive fruits and oils.
Presence of Bisphenol A and Parabens in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: An Exploratory Study of Potential Sources of Exposure.

Observational studies
Behavioral, Nutritional, and Genetic Risk Factors of Colorectal Cancers in Morocco: Protocol for a Multicenter Case-Control Study
Adherence to Medication, Diet and Physical Activity and the Associated Factors Amongst Patients with Type 2 Diabetes.
The Mediterranean Diet is Associated with an Improved Quality of Life in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes.
Lifestyle factors and risk of multimorbidity of cancer and cardiometabolic diseases: a multinational cohort study.

Antioxidants in Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Table Olives: Connections between Agriculture and Processing for Health Choices.

The benefits of the Mediterranean diet on cardiometabolic diseases (type 2 diabetes (T2D), cancer and cardiovascular disease) are attributed to the minimal consumption of ultra-processed products and the primary consumption of fresh products. Such food groups, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, and extra virgin olive oil among others have distinguished nutritional profiles beneficial to human health.

Cancer is one of the most relevant common non-communicable diseases and represents one of the major causes of morbidity, disability, and impaired quality of life. A recent observational study, which included 7 European countries, collected data on lifestyle factors (adherence to medication, diet and physical activity) in participants free of chronic diseases. The results showed that following a good lifestyle habits, including a healthy Mediterranean diet, decreases the risk of cancer morbidity.

The prevalence of T2D has increased considerably in recent years. Evidence shows adherence to a healthy diet in patients with diabetes is low compared to adherence to medication. A multicenter cross-sectional studyrecently conducted in Iran showed that patients' adherence to diet is not within the acceptable range and that it could improve diabetes control and glycemic indices with an increase in the associated diet adherence factors. In addition, for patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D) Mediterranean diet is important for preventing cardiovascular diseases in people with T1D who have a high cardiovascular risk. These people often show an unfavorable lipid profile associated with poorer glycemic control. Thus, findings from a new study among people with type 1 diabetes observed that moderate to high adherence to a Mediterranean-style diet was associated with a higher quality of life specific to diabetes.

In conclusion, a Mediterranean-style diet in combination with other good lifestyle habits, such as moderate physical activity, offers beneficial effects for controlling cardiometabolic diseases.

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