Monthly Archives: April 2020

Are we losing sight of the meaning of “evidence-based nutrition?”

Are we losing sight of the meaning of “evidence-based nutrition?”

Recent HEAL PhD graduate, Justine Horne, published an editorial in the International Journal of Public Health. Her commentary is titled: Are we losing sight of the meaning of “evidence-based nutrition?” It focuses in on current issues related to nutrition misinformation and highlights the importance of providing science-based nutrition information, developed based on established scientific methods. We often see […]

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HEALYAC 2019-2020: Meeting 10

         Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the YAC meeting was moved to an online setting. During this meeting, the well-being of the HEALYAC members during the start of physical distancing was discussed. Possible meeting scenarios for moving forward were also planned. A consensus of exclusively online meetings until the pandemic has subsided […]

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HEAL Alumni Profile: Catherine DuBreck

Catherine DuBreck from EagleView Technologies shares her graduate experience, and research. Catherine completed her MSc in Geography with Dr. Jason Gilliland at the HEAL in 2017. During her studies with the HEAL, Catherine explored geographic variations in community and consumer food environments for children. With the HEAL’s specialization in geographic information systems and the practice […]

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