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1 Boost your immune system for winter with food
2 Diet rich in flavanols can help control blood pressure
3 Jose Ordovás, PhD, on Body Size and Its Effect on Subclinical Atherosclerosis Prevalence
4 African genomes reveal biological and migration history
5 The Health and Human Performance Institute offers health and wellness programs to the community
6 Why You Should Cut Back on Inflammatory Foods
7 Can Supplements Boost Your Immunity This Winter?
8 5 Healthy Fall Fruits
9 Yield10 Bioscience Announces Collaboration with Rothamsted Research to Develop Advanced Technology for Producing Omega-3 Nutritional Oils in Camelina
10 COVID-19 and Vitamin C Supplements: Illusory Truth or Fact?
11 Bacteria-based ingredients offer dietary supplement possibilities
12 Study reveals potato's potential for reducing anemia
13 OPINION: A pandemic of malnutrition calls for new food policies in Africa
14 CSU's Early Childhood Center contributing to youth exhibition at Clyfford Still Museum
15 Community conservation reserves protect fish diversity in tropical rivers
16 ARS Research Shows Balanced Carbohydrate and Fat Intake Can Prevent Certain Diseases
17 Nutrition status of female division I college gymnasts: a descriptive study
18 Support vector machine-based classification of schizophrenia patients and healthy controls using structural magnetic resonance imaging from two independent sites.
19 First-Time Human Study Shows Reversal in Biology of Aging
20 Steve Ackerman and Jon Levine: Humane research will help stop the virus
21 Tailored for health: ADM pins citrus and exotic flavors to star in 2021
22 Flavonoids: 5 things to know before taking supplements
23 Software for Teasing Out Food Compound Benefits
24 USDA Announces 2020 Awardees of 1890 Faculty Research Sabbatical Program
25 What food cravings tell us about the quality of our diets
26 'Not small dogs:' innovations giving cat nutrition a leg up
27 Call to action for stronger, better-funded federal nutrition research
28 Study: Apples, Berries, Tea May Protect Against Alzheimer Disease
29 Are we doing diet and nutrition research wrong?
30 Everybody's got a hungry heart
31 NIH releases strategic plan to accelerate nutrition research over next 10 years
32 Research News Tip Sheet: Story Ideas From Johns Hopkins Medicine
33 Antioxidant power of astaxanthin contributes to sports recovery
34 'Beer is What Makes us Human': How Beer Influenced Humanity Worldwide
35 Bing Cherries: A Natural Health Remedy that Grows on Trees?
36 Native Narratives program embraces storytelling, supports future leaders
37 Functional Food Market Size Worth Around USD 309 Bn by 2027
38 The barley pan-genome reveals the hidden legacy of mutation breeding
39 Is Vitamin K the Secret Key to Bone Strength?
40 More berries, apples and tea may have protective benefits against Alzheimer's
41 Tufts Names New Director of the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
42 Division of Agriculture Offers Free Online Program to Support Diet, Exercise, Nutrition
43 Multi-ethnic study suggests vitamin K may offer protective health benefits in older age
44 COVID-19 Update: State Awards Nearly $10M in Federal Funds for COVID-19 Wastewater Surveillance, City Club Apartments Get $78.5M Bridge Loan for Detroit Development, and More
45 Sabrina Diano Appointed New Director of Institute of Human Nutrition
46 Flavonoid-Rich Foods Reduce Risks of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias | Medicine, Nutrition
47 Partnerships Are 'Chef's Kiss' at IPE Seed Grant Symposium
48 Global Corporate Wellness Industry
49 Study finds vitamin K might help you live longer
50 Food and Nutrition
51 Vitamin K may offer protective health benefits in old age
52 30 years of supporting nutrition research
53 Is it safe to microwave food?
54 Sugary drinks a sour choice for adults trying to maintain normal cholesterol levels
55 Avoiding sodas may be good for your heart, new research suggests
56 Experts urge evaluation of diet at routine check-ups
57 How Washington keeps America sick and fat
58 Food is medicine: actions to integrate food and nutrition into healthcare
59 Strengthening food and nutrition education research, practice and policy – The role of the federal government
60 Webinar: Covid-19 and the Importance of Nutrition in Supporting Immunity
61 Research, teaching assistants continue work as university suspends on-campus research
62 Sugar-sweetened beverages increase risk for dyslipidemia
63 New Nutrient Content Information Now Online
64 Study reveals eating more of these foods may protect against Alzheimer's
65 Vitamin K Benefits Your Bone and Heart Health, Slashing Your Risk of Early Death
66 Can Fruits, Tea Help Fend Off Alzheimer's Disease?
67 Healthy eating strategies from abroad to incorporate into your diet
68 Low flavonoid intake associated with Alzheimer’s risk
69 The Doctor Who Propelled Tufts to the Top in Nutrition
70 Sarah Booth takes helm of Tufts research center on aging
71 2020 $100k Jean Mayer Prize from Tufts Nutrition awarded for tackling COVID-19 food crisis
72 Can you really change your metabolism?
73 Defending Vitamins: What's wrong with the science?
74 The Important Role of Volunteers in Human Nutrition Studies
75 'Aging in Your 20s and 30s' panel to be held Oct. 16
76 Raw Milk May Do More Harm Than Good
77 Sugary Sodas Wreak Havoc With Cholesterol Levels, Harming the Heart
78 How your diet can help flatten the curve
79 In a 20-Year Study, This Dietary Factor Appeared to Cut Alzheimer's Risk in Half
80 Study: More Berries, Apples, Tea May Have Protective Benefits Against Alzheimer
81 Setting Up the Next Half Century of Good Nutrition
82 The Long View on Nutrition and Aging
83 Healthy eating behaviors in childhood may reduce the risk of adult obesity and heart disease
84 Can You Boost Your Metabolism? Here's What the Science Says
85 This Small Diet Change Can Have Major Brain-Boosting Benefits
86 The Foods That May Lower Dementia Risk
87 The “dark matter” of nutrition – just what are you eating?
88 Urine test reveals quality of your diet -- and whether it's the best fit for your body
89 Low vitamin K levels linked to mobility limitation and disability in older adults
90 BrainGate Inc., owner of brain-computer interface technologies, donated to Tufts University
91 NC Research Campus: COVID-19 has had an impact, but work goes on
92 Some but not all U.S. metro areas could grow all needed food locally, estimates study
93 54 million people in America face food insecurity during the pandemic. It could have dire consequences for their health
94 Foods with vitamin K: Benefits, sources, side effects, deficiency
95 Tufts University to lead $100M program to reduce risk of zoonotic viral spillover, spread
96 Snacking Associated with Increased Calories, Decreased Nutrients
97 'Nutri-scapes' a recipe for better nutrition
98 USDA Children's Nutrition Research Center Celebrates 30th Anniversary
99 The Obesity and Cancer Metastasis Connection | Tufts Now
100 Micronutrient status of Palestinian school children following salt and flour fortification: a cross-sectional study