Pop Center RWJF Scholar Christina Roberto, PhD, and affiliated faculty member Jason Block, MD, have co-authored a Viewpoint published in JAMA in which they discuss the reasons why many public health advocates support menu labeling.
Christina Roberto, PhD, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society scholar at the Harvard Pop Center, has co-authored a study which explores a multipronged approach to addressing obesity.
Pop Center RWJF Health & Society Scholar Christina Roberto, PhD, has co-authored a recently published paper titled “The Impact of ‘Food Addiction’ on Food Policy” that examines how lessons learned from alcohol and tobacco addiction could inform protective policies relating to unhealthy food.
The FDA’s announcement that it planned to update nutrition labels got a lot of press last week, with many popular media outlets reaching out to experts for comment. The Pop Center’s own Jason Block and Christina Roberto were quoted in a LiveScience article that discussed the proposed changes. Block is the Associate Director of the Obesity Prevention Program in the Department of Population Medicine at HSPH, and Roberto is a RWJF…
A tendency to dwell on negative events increases the risk of eating problems in young adolescent girls confirms study by Christina A. Roberto, Pop Center Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society scholar.