Center for Public Health Nutrition

 

Featured Resources


Life Course Nutrition: Maternal and Child Health Strategies in Public Health

Free online course highlighting the role of maternal and child nutrition in population health.

Mapping Health

Video modeling of how people move about and shop for food in Seattle.


Recent Research

Impact of San Francisco’s Toy Ordinance on Restaurants and Children’s Food Purchases
A new study led by Jennifer Otten and published in July 2014 in Preventing Chronic Disease examines the impact of San Francisco's Healthy Food Incentives Ordinance, which prevented restaurants from giving away free toys or other incentives with children's meals unless nutritional criteria were met. (full text)

 

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News & Events

8.14.14

Food Marketing: Using Toys to Market Children's Meals
In this issue brief for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Healthy Eating Research, Jennifer Otten of CPHN examines the evidence related to restaurant marketing practices using toys and discusses policy implications. more

3.14.14

Distance to Supermarket Makes No Difference To Diet Quality
What counts most is exactly where a person chooses to shop, according to lead author Anju Aggarwal, and Adam Drewnowski, of CPHN. more

11.08.13

CPHN Study Links Obesity to Socioeconomic Status
KUOW interview with Adam Drewnowski

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