All articles related to "epidemiology":

Making the case for nutrition research

Nutrition researchers have brought much to our understanding of a healthful diet and are continuing to improve the quality of their data, says Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health's Frank Hu.

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Q&A: Taking Nutrition Headlines with a Grain of Salt

How to make sense of nutrition news? Harvard Public Health editor Madeline Drexler looked for guidance from Eric Rimm, professor of epidemiology and nutrition and a scientist who has, for more than three decades and in some 750…

A burger grown in the lab?

Mounting evidence that red meat may be harmful to health—and environmental and ethical concerns around industrial farming practices—has given rise to a number of alternative products, such as plant-based foods that taste like meat.

Debating the value of nutrition research

In spite of recent criticism that epidemiological research in nutrition needs an overhaul, nutrition expert Walter Willett of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health contends that conclusions from high-quality studies over time have provided a solid and…