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2012 study in Archives of Internal Medicine providing a definitive look at the strong connection between the eating of red meat and the chances of early death.
2012 study in Urban Studies on the availability of and demand for fruit and vegetables in a low-income neighborhood of Detroit.
2012 study from the RAND Corporation on youth obesity and access to healthy food sources.
2012 study in the Journal of Applied Research on Children on the characteristics of children and families living in food-insecure neighborhoods in the United States.
2010 study from the USDA’s Economic Research Service on the impact of governmental dietary targets.
2009 study from the London School of Economics on link between mortality rates during times of famine with political motivations.
2011 study in Archives of Internal Medicine on links between proximity to certain types of foods and health outcomes.
2011 study in The New England Journal of Medicine on patterns of food consumption and exercise and their lifetime effects
2011 study by the American Association of Wine Economists on accuracy of stated levels of alcohol content in wine.
2010 study from Duke University on links between poverty, government assistance and health problems in the United States.
Report in the journal Appetite on the results of two studies on people’s attitudes toward sweet flavors and the impact of sugary drinks on taste preferences
2010 study by U.S. Department of Agriculture on costs of providing for child-rearing needs.
2011 study in Current Anthropology on body norms and fat stigma worldwide
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2011 study in Environmental Health Perspectives on chemicals in food packaging and endocrine disruption.
2010 Mayo Clinic review of the contents and safety of energy beverages and sports drinks
2011 report by the Prevention Institute examining the nutritional qualities of 58 children’s products with front-of-the-package labeling
2010 study published in the Harvard Business Review potential benefits of well-designed wellness programs to both companies and workers
2009 Harris School of Public Policy paper on the effects of Food Stamps on recipients’ health
2010 study on the effects of a school-based program addressing risk factors for diabetes and obesity