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Colin Michie

Colin Michie, chairman of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health’s Nutrition Committee As a paediatrician I have developed clinical and research expertise in the areas of infectious diseases, nutrition, haematology, gastroenterology and child protection. These comprise part of my daily practice in a busy district general Hospital service. I have experience in peer review, report editing and adjudication in several environments. I provide expert reports for legal, administrative, charitable and commercial authorities.

Recent stories

  • We need safe and better labelled vitamin D products on the marketSubscription

    23 NOV 2016Comments (3)

    Recommended vitamin D intakes for all of us living in the UK have changed following the publication of a report from the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) on 22 July 2016. New guidelines were required because of the persisting problem relating to vitamin D deficiency: cas

  • Spoon full of Vitamin D supplements

    How to reduce the risks associated with vitamin D self-supplementationSubscription

    10 MAY 2016

    As the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency rises, the popularity of self-medicating with vitamin D supplements is growing. However, there is potential for overdosing and harm.

  • The sugar tax is the first right step to fight child obesitySubscription

    23 MAR 2016

    UK Chancellor George Osborne’s announcement that a tax is to be placed on sugary drinks is most welcome. Although this is a hypothecated tax that will generate money specifically for schools, it is important to congratulate the government on its valuable first step to improve several aspects of child health. The tax itself may be criticised from several standpoints. Its magnitude, application and actual impact on sugar consumption may all differ from similar taxes in other countries (

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