Topic: nutrition

Economic growth fails to remedy undernutrition in India's children

March 11, 2011 -- Growth in India’s economy since 1992 has not ended undernutrition among children in that country and may require the Indian government to directly invest in appropriate health interventions such as food aid, according to a new study by researchers…

Predicting countries' likelihood of achieving universal health care

September 13, 2013 -- Countries that are wealthy, have less income inequality, and whose citizens have the highest educational levels are the most likely to develop universal health care systems, according to new research from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). The…

HSPH delegation visits Tanzania and Botswana nutrition, AIDS program

March 9, 2011 -- A delegation of Harvard School of Public Health friends and faculty – including HSPH Dean Julio Frenk and Dean for Academic Affairs David Hunter – visited HSPH programs in Tanzania and Botswana recently, meeting with government officials in both countries and learning more…

Nutrition news: Widely studied Mediterranean diet linked to good health

Two Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) professors — Dimitrios Trichopoulos, Vincent L. Gregory Professor of Cancer Prevention, and Walter Willett, chair, Department of Nutrition and Fredrick John Stare Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition — discuss what research has shown about the…