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The food you need: UW expert on preparing for an extended home stay

March 5, 2020 | UW News

Anne-Marie Gloster, core faculty in the Nutritional Sciences Program offers advice for shopping intentionally at the grocery store if you are preparing for extended home stay due to risk of coronavirus exposure.

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UW: Best foods to stock up for an extended home stay from coronavirus

March 5, 2020 | KOMO News

Anne-Marie Gloster offers KOMO News tips for making sure you’re set on food and supplies in case of a coronavirus quarantine.

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What you need in your pantry for a coronavirus quarantine

March 3, 2020 | Mashed

Core faculty member Yona Sipos offers advice on what kinds of foods and beverages should you line your shelves with if there is a coronavirus quarantine.

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Is it safe to dine out with coronavirus in our midst? As safe as it always is

March 4, 2020 | Tacoma News Tribune

Anne-Marie Gloster offers advice to the Tacoma News Tribune regarding safety of dining out in restaurants due to the coronavirus, and recommends restaurants take extra precautions to go above and beyond to make customers feel safe.

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How to Stock Your Kitchen for the Coronovirus Era (and other emergencies)

March 2, 2020 | Epicurious

Yona Sipos, a core faculty member in the Nutritional Sciences Program, speaks with Epicurious offering advice on how to prepare your kitchen for a natural, climate-related or public health-related emergency.

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Myths and facts about reheating your food in the microwave

February 21, 2020 | KING 5 News

Anne-Marie Gloster, core faculty in the UW Nutritional Sciences Program offered expert advice to debunk myths about safely reheating food in a microwave.

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Increases in minimum wage may not have anticipated positive health effects, study shows

February 10, 2020 | UW News

Results of a new study from University of Washington Center of Public Health Nutrition finds that an increase in minimum wage really didn’t have a huge impact on health overall.

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Are we doing diet and nutrition research wrong?

January 28, 2020 | Fred Hutch

Public health researcher Dr. Ross Prentice from University of Washington Department of Biostatistics is interviewed by Fred Hutch about ways he is applying intake biomarkers to assess and improve studies of diet and chronic disease. In this interview, Prentice highlights a recent feeding study he conducted with Drs. Johanna Lampe and Marion Neuhouser, core faculty members in the UW Nutritional Sciences Program, in which they used intake biomarkers derived from blood micronutrients and participant characteristics obtained from the Women’s Health Study.

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20 changes you need to make in your life in 2020

January 7, 2020 | Insider

This article features a quote from Adam Drewnowski, director of the UW Nutritional Sciences Program and the Center for Public Health Nutrition offering advice to cook at home, rather than eating out, for a better diet at no significant cost increase.

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As the planet warms, unusual crops could become climate saviors — if we’re willing to eat them

December 20, 2019 | Ensia

Eli Wheat, a core faculty member in the Nutritional Science Program and Program on the Environment at the University of Washington is quoted about how government food production subsidies in our nation do not allow free market forces to act.

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