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Tips from leading voices in food policy, school nutrition, public health, and education.

As the growth of hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” transforms more rural landscapes across the heartland into industrial zones, companies are less willing to disclose the chemicals they inject into the ground, Harvard researchers have...
I recently had the opportunity to interview Rose Wang and Laura D’Asaro on their innovative startup, Six Foods . Along with Meryl Natow, the Harvard College graduates of the Class of 2013 are on a mission to create a buzz in the food industry...

Joseph Winters, College '20, suggests trying the HUDS mushroom beef burger for a healther, environmentally-friendly option.

Plant-friendly dining hall hacks that are sustainable, healthy, and delicious!

My New Year’s resolution was to drink more water. Simple enough and yet, I’d been told, I’d be drastically improving my health. I’ve stuck to it pretty well, filling up my brand new water bottle at each meal and downing it...
Many tend to think of their health mainly in terms of what they eat and drink — what goes into their body. I certainly take this approach: Buy the organic granola bars instead of the cheap, preservative-laden ones that I can afford, swap an...
Arlene Blum, who is featured in the movie Toxic Hot Seat , will be on campus the week of February 17 to discuss her decades-long work to eliminate toxic chemicals from flame retardants with members of the Harvard community. In advance of her visit,...