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Group Analyzing U-M Food’s Role in Greenhouse Gas Reduction

U-M faculty and students analyze the university's current food system in an attempt to reduce carbon emissions linked to food production, procurement, and waste, as part of the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality. February 25, 2020. #5-15mins #web-article #universityrecord #Environment/Sustainability #Science #Sustainability #Food/Drink #ClimateSciences


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Sustaining Food: Cutting the Carbon Footprint of Food Production, Transportation, and Disposal

U-M School of Public Health and School for Environment and Sustainability experts explain how food consumption, transportation, and waste contribute to climate change and give ways for people to help reduce their carbon footprint. March 9, 2020. #15-30-mins #PublicHealth #podcast #SchoolofPublicHealth #EnvironmentandSustainability #HealthandWellness #ClimateSciences #Sustainability #Food/Drink #Transportation #CarbonEmissions ​​​​​​​​​​​


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Instructions for Life: How Food, Stress, and Our Genes Shape Our Health

U-M School of Public Health experts unpack how our genes respond to changes in our diets, stress levels, and exposure to toxins and explain how this impacts human health. February 7, 2020. #15-30-mins #PublicHealth #podcast #SchoolofPublicHealth #HealthandWellness #Genetics #HealthBehaviorandHealthEducation #Food/Drink #stress ​​​​​​​​​


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Super-urinators Among the Mangroves: Excretory Gifts from Estuary’s Busiest Fish Promote Ecosystem Health

U-M Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Assistant Professor & Marine Biologist Jacob Allgeier discusses his work regarding tropical fish and the surplus of nitrogen from their excretory contributions, ultimately helping plant and food growth. February 26, 2020. #5-15mins #web-article #MichiganNews #Environment/Sustainability #Biology #Ecology #Food/Drink


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For Children, Food Insecurity Means Not Only Hunger but Also Stress, Sadness

U-M School of Public Health Assistant Professor Cindy Leung finds a connection between food insecurity, chronic disease, and psychological stress in children, discussing how parents think they are protecting their children from it, but children are aware. February 27, 2020. #5-15minutes #Universityofmichigannews #web-article #HealthandWellness #Society #Children #Food/Drink #Disease #SchoolofPublicHealth ​


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Stuffed Peppers: A Low Carb Recipe

Michigan Medicine gives a How-To video for making stuffed peppers, which are a low carb food for those who have dietary restrictions, have been prescribed to eat a low carb diet, or choosing to eat low carbs for another reason. January 31, 2020. # #Medicine #video #MichiganMedicine #HealthandWellness #Society #Food/Drink #HealthBehaviorandHealthEducation ​​​​​​​​


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Home-Cooked Meals Linked to Higher Diet Quality but Lower-Income Americans Still Fall Behind

A U-M study finds that Americans who cook meals at home frequently are more likely to have an overall better quality diet, but the association between cooking at home and diet quality differs between high and low income populations. January 13, 2020. # #universityofmichigan-other #web-article #MichiganNews #HealthandWellness #Society #Children #Inequality #YouthandAdolescents ​​​​​​​​​ #Food/Drink ​


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Food Literacy for All 2020!

SEAS presents a "Food Literacy for all 2020!" lecture series that will have a variety of different speakers throughout Winter 2020 to discuss delicious, healthy food options that are sustainable. December 12, 2019. #60+mins #EnvironmentandSustainability #web-article #schoolforenvironmentandsustainability #Society #Food/Drink #Sustainability ​​​​​​​


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How to Boost Your Mood with Food

Michigan Medicine registered dietitians Catherine Nay and Megan Brown provide a list of mood-boosting nutrients, and foods they are found in, to lift your spirits this holiday season. December 24, 2019. #5mins #Medicine #web-article #MichiganHealth #Health/Wellness #Nutrition #Food/Drink #Depression ​​​


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Eating and Tweeting: What Social Media Reveals about Neighborhood Attitudes on Food

An interdisciplinary group of U-M researchers are conducting a study to determine if social media sites, such as Twitter, can give insights to public health researchers about what people are consuming. November 20, 2019. #5-15minutes #Medicine #web-article #HealthLab #HealthandWellness #Technology #SocialMedia #Food/Drink ​​​​​​​​