Free online course highlighting the role of maternal and child nutrition in population health.
Briefs highlighting research, best practices and policy strategies to increase access to healthy foods, promote school wellness and prevent obesity in child care settings.
Read about Washington's first statewide survey about nutrition and physical activity for young children in child care!
Importance of food-related attitudes: Evidence from national level data.
CPHN researchers (Aggarwal, Rehm, Monsivais, Drewnowski)
studied the importance of food-related attitudes for the first time
in the US using national level data. Those who prioritized nutrition during food shopping had higher quality diets regardless
of gender, education and income. "Attaching importance to nutrition is not class-dependent. You can eat healthy within your
budget if you make it a priority!", says the study authors. June 2016.