Don't delay! Register today for Nutrition 2018, which will take place June 9-12 in Boston, MA. The meeting promises to be an unprecedented forum, gathering together leading nutrition researchers and practitioners from around the world.
Discounts are available for #ASN members, early career professionals, and students. Make sure to register early to not only attend Nutrition 2018, but also to get your top choice for accommodations.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FOR NUTRITION 2018 OPEN TIL 11PM TODAY (Jan 22)
#ASN has been overwhelmed with abstracts submitted for Nutrition 2018 (June 9-12, Boston). As a result, we've extended the submission deadline, but you must hurry. All abstracts must be submitted by 11pm today, January 22, in order to be considered for presentation at #ASN's inaugural annual meeting.
Don't miss this opportunity to share your research with the world at what promises to be an unprecedented exchange of ideas among the world's greatest minds in nutrition science.
The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) is pleased to announce the opening of abstract submission for Nutrition 2018, ASN’s inaugural flagship meeting, which will be held from June 9-12, 2018 in Boston, MA. ASN encourages the submission of original research in the form of abstracts for presentati...
#ASN BLOGGER EXPLORES LINK BETWEEN SLEEP AND NUTRITION
#ASN Blogger Debbie Fetter explores the link between sleep & nutrition. in particular, she examines one study suggesting sleeping longer could be associated with consuming less sugar. Fetter notes, however, the limitations of the study, calling for more research with larger randomized controlled trials over longer durations.
One of the best feelings is when you get a good night’s sleep and feel refreshed to take on the day. Unfortunately, many of us (especially us graduate students) stay up too late and wake up too early, which leads to not enough sleep and/or poor sleep quality. However, getting enough sleep may be a...
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