Laura Kubzansky, PhD, is an author on a study that indicates that higher levels of psychological well-being are associated with maintaining higher levels of health-promoting fruit and vegetable consumption. Photo: Claudette Agustin
Eliminating ‘food deserts’ not a panacea for improving diet quality & reducing disparities
Harvard Pop Center faculty members Jason Block, MD, and SV Subramanian (Subu), PhD, have co-authored a paper published in PLOS Medicine that suggests that when it comes reducing dietary disparities and improving dietary quality in the U.S. there are more effective strategies than increasing access to healthy foods (eliminating ‘food deserts’). Learn more in this Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health news post, in this piece on MedicalDaily.com and…
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