Tag Archives: Food

Racial gaps persist in food allergy – Healio

Ruchi S. Gupta Although there have been improvements over the years, racial, socioeconomic and ethnic disparities in food allergy are still prevalent in the United States, according to a presentation at the American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology Scientific Meeting. Ruchi S. Gupta, MD, MPH, a professor of pediatrics and medicine at Northwestern University… Read More »

New study shows the EAT-Lancet diet is unaffordable for at least 1.6 billion people – The New Food Economy

The buzzy “Planetary Health Diet” can’t work for the vulnerable populations who need it most. November 7th, 2019by H. Claire Brown Access Environment Health Home Feature Plate Earlier this year, a groundbreaking study from the EAT-Lancet Commission outlined a climate-friendly path to feeding 10 billion people “within planetary boundaries.” Its recommendations included limiting meat consumption… Read More »

The science behind a food forest

A kitchen garden in Garran is a place of edible and ornamental interest. Dr Jenean Spencer had a science degree from Sydney University majoring in botany and microbiology but followed the latter for her Masters and PhD in applied epidemiology at the ANU. She was offered a job in the Department of Health and, a… Read More »

Viewpoints: Lessons On Mental Health Issues Facing Students On Campuses; Denying Immigrants Medication, Food Is Nothing But Child Abuse

Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and others. The Wall Street Journal: There Is A Mental-Health Crisis On Campus Technology has in many ways have made life easy—certainly much easier than before. So why did one recent study find that the rate of moderate to severe depression among U.S. college students rose from… Read More »