Faculty in the Media 2009

The Good-for-You Gimlet? — coverage from Newsweek.com, December 30, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Eric Rimm

Fishing for Facts — coverage from The Boston Globe, December 14, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Eric Rimm

Soy Foods Could Help Breast Cancer Survivors — coverage from USA Today, December 10, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Knowing What’s Worth Paying For in Vitamins — coverage from The New York Times, December 4, 2009, featuring HSPH’s Eric Rimm

The Flu Figthers in Your Food — coverage from The Wall Street Journal, November 24, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Anuraj Shankar

Coca-Cola Deal with Family Doctors Draws Fire — and a Harvard Counteroffer — coverage from Boston.com, November 13, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Teenage Obesity May Raise Risk of MS — coverage from WebMD, November 9, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Kassandra Munger

Coconut Water Takes on the World — coverage from The Financial Times, November 4, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Lilian Cheung

Can Americans Change Their Taste for the Sweet and Salty? — coverage from U.S. News and World Report.com, October 30, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Lilian Cheung.

Obesity: A Weighty Issue — coverage from CBSNews.com, October 25, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Scientists Seek Origins of Obesity in the Womb — coveragae from the Associated Press, October 23, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Matthew Gillman

Good for the Oceans, Good for You — coverage from The Washington Post, October 20, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Dariush Mozaffarian

Urate Linked to Slowed Parkinson’s Disease — coverage from UPI, October 15, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Alberto Ascherio

Middle-Age Obesity Warning  — video from BBC News, September 30, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Qi Sun

Mid-Life Obesity Predicts Women’s Later Health Woes  — coverage from The Washington Post, September 30, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Qi Sun

Midlife Fat Could Mean Disease in Later Years  — coverage from ABCnews.com, September 30, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Qi Sun

Taxing Your Sweet Tooth — video and article from NBC13.com, September 16, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Most Adult Americans at Some Risk for Heart Disease  — coverage from U.S. News & World Report/HealthDay, September 14, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Rob van Dam

For Your Health, Froot Loops  — coverage from The New York Times, September 4, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Heart Association Recommends Limits on Added Sugars — coverage from The Boston Globe, August 24, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

A Bittersweet Story: How Sugary Drinks Have Become the Key Target in the Battle Against Obesity — coverage from The Boston Globe, August 3, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Health Officials Are Not Too Sweet on Diet Soft Drinks Either  — coverage from The Boston Globe, August 3, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Food 101: What’s the Skinny on Vitamin D? — coverage from Examiner.com, July 27, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Edward Giovannucci

Walter Willett: The Facts on Diet and Breast Cancer — coverage from U.S. News & World Report, July 13, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Fat Hormone Reduces Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes  — coverage from WCBS-TV New York, July 7, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Rob van Dam

Taxing Soda — video from MSNBC.com, June 30, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Soda Tax Mulled as Senators Seek Health Overhaul Money — coverage from USA Today, June 14, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Walter Willett: On Getting Off Statins – What Kinds of Diet and Lifestyle Changes Will Suffice? — coverage from U.S. News & World Report.com, June 3, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Good to the Last Drop — coverage from The Boston Globe, May 11, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Rob van Dam and Alberto Ascherio

The Sugar We Drink  — coverage from My SA Life (San Antonio Express News), May 11, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett and Lilian Cheung

Web Site Raises Awareness on Sugars —coverage from The Harvard Crimson, April 24, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett and Lilian Cheung

Harvard Nutritionists Take Aim at Sugary Drinks — coverage from The Harvard University Gazette, April 23, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett and Lilian Cheung

Malnutrition, Obesity Present Global Food Challenges — coverage from The Harvard University Gazette, April 23, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Wafaie Fawzi

Soft Drinks and Energy Drinks: Too Sweet for Your Own Good — coverage from U.S. News and World Report.com, April 21, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett and Lilian Cheung

AACR 2009: Diet, Nutrition, and Cancer – Don’t Trust Any Single Study — coverage from Medscape Oncology.com, April 21, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett (free registration required to access site)

All Sugars Aren’t the Same: Glucose Is Better, Study Says  — coverage from Time.com, April 21, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

U.S. Nutritionists Urge New, Not-as-Sweet Drinks — coverage from Reuters.com, April 20, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett and Lilian Cheung

Fish Oil Supplements, EPA, DHA, and ALA: Does Your Omega-3 Source Matter? — coverage from U.S. News & World Report, April 8, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Obama Garden Watch: 10 Vegetables Worth A Fist Bump — coverage from The Huffington Post, April 6, 2009 featuring The Nutrition Source

Calorie Counters Have It Right, Diet Study Says — coverage from The Wall Street Journal.com, February 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks

It’s Not What You Eat, It’s How Much: Diet Does Not Matter as Much as Sticking to It, Study Says — coverage and video from ABC News.com, February 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks

In 4-Diet Study, All Lost Weight if They Watched Their Calories — coverage from USA Today.com, February 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks

Low-Fat? Low-Carbs? Answering Best Diet Question — coverage from CNN.com, February 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks

In Diet, It’s Calories that Count: Study Compared Range of Menus — coverage from The Boston Globe, February 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks

Study Zeroes In on Calories, Not Diet, for Loss — coverage from The New York Times, February 25, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks

Diets That Reduce Calories Lead to Weight Loss, Regardless of Carbohydrate, Protein or Fat Content — press release of February 25, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Frank Sacks.

Good Carbs, Bad Carbs, Which Is Which? Not All Carbohydrates Are Created Equal — coverage from U.S. News & World Report, February 19, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Does Eating Broccoli Help Prevent Cancer? — coverage from The Boston Globe, February 2, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

AHA Champions Omega-6 PUFAs to Counter Popular Nutrition Advice — coverage from TheHeart.org, January 28, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Dariush Mozaffarian.

The Fallacy of Total Fat; Doing Away With All Fat, Even Unsaturated Fat, Can Be Harmful — coverage from U.S. News & World Report, January 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Dietary Changes Come Hard; It’s Easier When Food Manufacturer’s Do the Work — coverage from U.S. News & World Report, January 26, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett

Nine Nutrition Essentials for 2009 — coverage from Cooking Light magazine, January 14, 2009 featuring HSPH’s Walter Willett