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This publication contains the published research emerging from the school on policy issue. Friedman Policy Points were discontinued in 2007.
Green Payments are the Future of Agricultural Support: Report Sheds Light on How More New England Farmers Could Benefit from Federal Program, Vitamins: Science Doesn't Always Match Policy
Livestock Interventions Can Protect Lives, Livelihoods, Kenya Moves Toward National Food and Nutrition Policy
Sound Nutrition for Children is an Unmet Human Right, The Future of Nutritional Genomics is Collaboration
Mega-Brands have Mega Influence on Dietary Behavior, A Look at the Conservation Security Program for the 2007 Farm Bill
Inconsistent Access to Food in Low-Income Households May Contribute to Weight Gain, Five Surprising Facts about Starvation That Could Change the International Agenda
Improving Livestock Health, Trade, and Human Livelihoods in Africa, Efforts to Improve Adolescent Nutrition in Bangladesh and Tanzania Show
Is Humanitarianism in a Post 9/11 World Headed for a Crisis?, Meeting with Mullahs in Afghanistan: Addressing Cultural Competence in Humanitarian Action, Terrorism: an Ongoing Reality for Generations of Colombians
The Future of Federally-Funded Food Programs: Can They Also Fight Obesity?, Commodity Promotion Programs: What's the Beef?
Will Americans Eat Up the New Dietary Guidelines? Walk, or Run, to Catch the Latest Information; Tsunami Survivors and Donors Could Benefit from Changes in Fund Raising for Disasters; Is Asthma An Avoidable Money Pit?
Addressing Nutritional Problems in Emergencies: An Ongoing Challenge; Health Marketing Claims in the 21st Century: Nutritional Information Gets Shunted to the Sidelines
For Disabled Parents, Extra Family Services Could Improve Entire Family's Health; What Do "Ecolabels" Tell About Food?
Malnutrition and Obesity Increasingly Co-Exist in Global Community;Livelihoods under Siege in Darfur---Refining Humanitarian Interventions to Alleviate Pending Famine
What the News and the Movies Leave Out: Behind the Scenes of Disaster Aid; A Different Take on Hurricane Katrina Could Drive Important Lessons Home
Food Insecurity and Food Stamps: How is the US Doing?, Experts Propose Nutritional Interventions for the Aging in Developing Countries to Reduce Disease Burden
Is it Time for a New School Lunch Alternative?; Tufts Dean Leads National Panel Recommending Changes to Outdated Nutrition Labels; Are Food Stamp Regulations Too Tough?
Nutrition and Heart Health Expert Endorses New Heart Disease Guidelines for Women; Are You Getting What You Pay For When You Buy Dietary Supplements?
National Panel Recommends Reducing Salt and Getting More Potassium; Do TV Ads Add Pounds to the Nation's Youth?
Expert Panel Takes on the Challenge of Creating a Framework for Evaluating the Safety of Dietary Supplements; Is Organic Food Really Better For You?
Iraq and the Changing Face of Humanitarian Work
Call to Action for Nutrition Professionals:Use the Pyramid, Don't Blame It for Obesity; Exploring the Supply Side of the Obesity Pandemic: Government, Farms, Dollars and Food Companies
Crisis in the Sudan Will Not Be Solved By Sacks of Food Aid; USDA Reports that Seven Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Cost Under One Dollar
One Year to Write a Best-Selling Book (and Change the World); Expert Advice: No Magic Vitamin Supplement For Heart Disease
USDA Annual Hunger Report Is Awaited: Rates on the Rise?; The (Western) Code of Conduct at a Crossroads: a Call for Neutrality in Humanitarian Work
Will High-Tech Science Help Monitor the Health Status of Soldiers in Combat?, Food Labels: Country-of-Origin Labels Upcoming, Field-of-Origin Next?
Tufts Expert Leads Effort to Uncover Reasons for Health Disparities; Anemia Still Thrives Around the World; Expert Studies How Women Cope in War, Poverty, and Other Crises
The Modern-Day Risk of an Ancient Deficiency Disease: Scurvy; Food Supplementation is Helping Pregnant Women in Bangladesh; Organic Farming May Benefit Animals
Is Commercial Animal Cloning Safe?, Have Public Policies Contributed to the Obesity Pandemic?, An Old Discovery May Have a New Place in the Food Industry