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Going Beyond Investigative Bench Science to Support Community Nutrition

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Megan Meyer, Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Microbiology and Immunology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC

In 2013, nearly 15% of US households, or in 17.5 million Americans, were food-insecure. According to the USDA, food-insecure households are defined as those that “have difficulty providing enough food for all family members due to lack of resources.” With this large domestic problem, many communities have developed programs to alleviate food insecurity. Read More

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Blind Faith vs. Insight: Employing Media Literacy to Reject Policies that Harm Human Health

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Melinda Hemmelgarn, Registered Dietitian
Food Sleuth Radio, KOPN

Columbia, MO

As a dietitian who attempts to connect the dots between food, health and agriculture, my first job is to help my audiences think ecologically—to understand ripple effects—or how one influences others. Read More

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The Misguided Attack on Organically-Grown Foods – Beyond Oz and EPA

There has been a running, and often misguided, debate about the value of organic farming over the past few months. Read More

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