Can neighborhoods hurt our health?
Doctoral student Caitlin Eicher wants to understand how people’s perceptions of their local surroundings shape their health behaviors.
Public health takes aim at sugar and salt
In the last few years, evidence has mounted that too much sugar and salt—often invisibly incorporated into beverages, processed foods, and restaurant fare—harms health.
Obesity in China portends a diabetic disaster
Can brown rice blunt an epidemic?
Trans fat ‘ban wagon’
Prohibition in NYC restaurants delivers seismic aftershocks nationwide
Vitamin D: How much is enough?
Many Americans are deficient, studies show
Helping kids and families eat right and keep fit
HSPH supporters take on the childhood obesity epidemic
Trans fats: The story behind the label
It took 50 years of research to get the dangers into print
Lessons in good eating
School breakfasts can be good for kids and tasty, too
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