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UI research finds benefits of early ad education

UI research finds benefits of early ad education
February 16, 2016

by yi zhangstaff writerFood advertisements today bombard children on TV, in magazines and on the Internet. According to a study by a University professor, young childrens’ ability to understand the nutritional...

Study Finds Rebates an Effective Way to Improve Health Among Low-Income People

Study Finds Rebates an Effective Way to Improve Health Among Low-Income People
November 1, 2015

Ruopeng An, assistant professor of kinesiology and community health, conducted a study that found a cost-effective way to improve the dietary consumption of low-income people.The study was based on...

‘Ten Minute Talks’ discusses healthy eating for finals

Virginia Luchini, third year graduate student in nutritional sciences, Kelsi Evans, McKinley Health Educator in Nutrition, and Natalie Masis, second year graduate student and doctoral student in nutritional sciences, pack trail mix to give those attending the Ten Minute Talk.
December 11, 2014

Students who have gotten into unhealthy eating habits can get the facts on their diet and how it affects their performance, specifically during finals week. The Center for Academic Resources in Engineering...

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