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A growing body of research suggests that the foods you eat can affect how well you sleep, and your sleep patterns can affect your dietary choices.
This paper, co-authored by MS Program Director, Dr. Sharon Akabas, reviews 108 sustainable food systems education programs for inclusion of food equity content and proposes an equity competency model.
This article is a product of the Teaching Food Systems Community of Practice, a community developed by the Institute of Human Nutrition and the Museum of Natural History.
The Institute of Human Nutrition has been recognized by Sustainable Columbia for their active participation in the Sustainable Leaders Network (SLN).
- July 10, 2020
Provost’s Senior Faculty Teaching Scholars work to create a vision and plan for supporting, changing, and innovating the culture of teaching and learning within their department , and across campus.
- May 26, 2020
Sabrina Diano, PhD, has been appointed the new director of the Institute of Human Nutrition (IHN) and professor of pharmacology and will join VP&S in the fall.
Source:HealthlineApril 23, 2020
New research delves into the impact that diabetes may have in people hospitalized for COVID-19. This Healthline article features research from NMB training faculty member, Utpal Pajvani, MD, PhD.
Source:InverseMarch 11, 2020
People are raving about “metabolism drops," on social media, supplements designed to boost energy and accelerate weight loss. Experts caution about unregulated supplements, and potential health risks.
Source:Columbia University Irving Medical CenterSeptember 4, 2019
Nature Index Annual Tables has named Columbia University Irving Medical Center the top health care institution for scientific research.
Source:Center for Science in the Public InterestJune 20, 2019
This article highlights new results indicating that dietary risks (other than BMI) is now the leading risk factor in the number of deaths in the US in 2016, surpassing tobacco.