Fast Take

Blog entry | Jul 06 2017

Heart disease affects many people in the U.S., with almost half of Americans having at least one of three risk factors (high blood pressure,

Blog entry | Jun 15 2017

Each time a nutrition study descends upon the internet I cringe internally. I have to brace myself as I click through the various news outlets covering it, knowing that I may encounter sensational

Blog entry | Jun 01 2017

You know that first day of school feeling, when you walk into a large, new room and suddenly don’t know where to sit?

Blog entry | May 23 2017

In case you weren’t paying attention, some juicy news circulated recently.

Blog entry | May 11 2017

Java enthusiasts rejoice!

Blog entry | May 08 2017

The late great Yogi Berra had a way wi

Blog entry | Apr 20 2017

A new study has examined the associations between consumption of beverages sweetened with sugar and/or low-

Blog entry | Mar 30 2017

We’re rounding out National Nutrition Month, with a new Sound Science analysis. In fact, this Sound Science piece includes a double feature.

Blog entry | Mar 08 2017

Hardly a month goes by without a new nutrition research study capturing headlines.

Blog entry | Mar 07 2017

From the unseasonably warm weather, to the Washington Wizards actually having a chance at the championship, to that dollar I found the other day, March has been full of surprises.

Blog entry | Jan 23 2017

"More." It’s an interesting word. Generally speaking, it has a great connotation. More money? Yes, please. More time? That sounds terrific, thank you.

Blog entry | Jan 18 2017

Aging in humans is often accompanied by chronic, low-grade inflammation.

Blog entry | Jan 12 2017

It only took two weeks into 2017 to have splashy, click bait headlines from a new study, generating a swirl of co

Blog entry | Jan 10 2017

January is usually filled with optimism. But this year, not so much.

Blog entry | Dec 28 2016

If you came across a book or article about diet and nutrition called “You’re Doing Everything Right,” you probably wouldn’t read it, would you?  Sadly, when it comes to food and health, re

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