News

New Study Indicates Diets In America Are Improving

New Study Indicates Diets In America Are Improving

A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows that diets in the United States may be improving. Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian was one of the researchers for the study. He joined Wisconsin Public Radio to talk about the results and what they say about health in America.

Listen Here

Brain Boost: Mediterranean Diet May Fend Off Memory Loss

Brain Boost: Mediterranean Diet May Fend Off Memory Loss

"The key finding here is that this [Mediterranean] diet is preventing decline," says Dariush Mozaffarian, dean of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University.

Mozaffarian spoke with NPR's Allison Aubrey about the benefits of the Mediterranean Diet. 

Listen Here

The Newest Nutrition Science May Surprise You

The Newest Nutrition Science May Surprise You

“It's much better to have 1,000 calories of healthy food than to have 600 calories of unhealthy food,” says Dariush Mozaffarian. 

Mozaffarian spoke with WGBH's Innovation Hub radio about recent changes in our nutrition science knowledge. 

Listen Here

Personalized Diets: Can Your Genes Really Tell You What To Eat?

Personalized Diets: Can Your Genes Really Tell You What To Eat?

"For basic healthy living, it's not about your genes, it's about your behavior," says Friedman School Dean Dariush Mozaffarian. 

Mozaffarian spoke with NPR's Allison Aubrey about personalized diets. 

 

Listen Here

Student Selected for Global Food Security Symposium Next Generation Delegation

Student Selected for Global Food Security Symposium Next Generation Delegation

Friedman student Hattie Brown has been selected to be a member of the Next Generation Delegation to the 2019 Global Food Security Symposium.

How Do We Know What to Believe?

How Do We Know What to Believe?

Misinterpretation, misunderstanding, and purposeful misleading are common in science writing. These tips may help you identify trustworthy sources.

Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath included spike in heart disease hospitalizations

Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath included spike in heart disease hospitalizations

Increase in hospitalization rates lasted more than a month; higher among older black population compared to older white population

Dean Mozaffarian Featured on Innovation Hub

Dean Mozaffarian Featured on Innovation Hub

When it comes to losing weight or maintaining a healthy diet, many of us have chosen to go either low-calorie or low-fat. But recent research has started to upend nutrition science, reframing our notions of “healthy” eating, according to Dariush Mozaffarian, a cardiologist and Dean of the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University.

Dean Mozaffarian Guests on Food Talk with Alum Dani Nierenberg

Dean Mozaffarian Guests on Food Talk with Alum Dani Nierenberg

Dean Dariush Mozaffarian recently joined Friedman Alumna Dani Nierenberg for a conversation about maneuvering out of the global nutrition crisis while guaranteeing a better future for the food system. 

Created in August 2018, the podcast “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” features chefs, experts, and activists outlining their ideal food system—and how their projects are making a better food system more attainable.

Cost to walk away from Facebook for a year?

Cost to walk away from Facebook for a year?

Real-life auctions reveal consistent value for users that exceeds Facebook market value.

 

There is no content to display.

Whoops. Something is wrong here. You shouldn't being seeing this. Please try to load the page again.