Winter 2019

Eating for the Earth

Are the Dietary Guidelines for Americans sustainable?

Nicole Tichenor Blackstone, N12, NG16, who recently joined the Friedman School as an assistant >>

Farm to Hospital

Alums help hospitals serve nutritious, sustainably produced food.

Working for Health Care Without Harm, a national nonprofit, John Stoddard, N09, and Jennifer >>

Top Docs

Nine nutrition experts who are doing big things with their Ph.D.s.

What can you do with a Ph.D.? Some pretty amazing things, from running a >>

Native Americans and the Fight for Water

Leslie Sanchez is researching whether having clear water rights has helped reservations grow more crops.

In 1908, the Supreme Court decided that Native American tribes have a right to >>

Top Stories

Top Docs

Nine nutrition experts who are doing big things with their Ph.D.s.

Is Calorie Counting Dead?

For a century now, dieters have been trying—and failing— to lose weight by obsessively tracking the calorie content of everything they eat. There has to be a better way.

The Unstoppable Frances Stern

How Stern’s first-of-its-kind nutrition center became a model for other clinics and a training ground for generations of dietitians devoted to the cause.

Editor's Picks

Warning: Falling Strength Ahead

Researchers take a crucial step in the fight against muscle loss.

10 Things You Need to Know About Fiber

A nutritional epidemiologist separates the facts from the hype.

The Fridge-in-the-Classroom Test

Could putting refrigerators in classrooms lead to healthier snacks?