Community and Public Health Nutrition

Consumption of water with very low mineral content may compromise bone development in children

Calcium is one of the key micronutrients needed for bone development. It is especially important during childhood and adolescence because

Ebola virus disease: Can vitamin A supplementation lower overall mortality?

There is a crucial need for impactful care strategies to combat the frequent outbreaks and high mortality associated with Ebola

Food insecurity and childhood obesity: Is there a connection?

A well-nourished population requires that all members of society have access to sufficient amounts of nutritious food. Unfortunately, food insecurity

Processed Foods: Nutrition, Definitions and Policy Issues

Recent publications about ultra-processed foods have led to proposed classifications of foods based on the degree of processing and whether

Celebrating National Breastfeeding Month

In August 2011, the Untied States Breastfeeding Committee officially declared August as National Breastfeeding Month, an observance dedicated to advancing

Millions of cardiovascular deaths attributed to not eating enough fruits and vegetables

Study tracks toll of suboptimal fruit and vegetable intake by region, age and gender Baltimore (June 8, 2019) – Preliminary

Nutrition and Climate Change

Climate change is no myth. It is real and here to stay. That being said, climate change, agriculture and nutrition

Nutrition and Oral Health – Do our mouths hold the key?

A logical start when we think about nutrition is the mouth. The mouth is the first point of entry for

Food and Mood: What Is Nutritional Psychiatry?

Choose your own adventure: Which scenario do you identify with? You wake up crabby and groggy each morning, reluctantly rolling

Should You Prioritize Sleep?

  Sleep in America Do you prioritize your sleep? If you do, you are among the 10% of American adults