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Separating food facts from fiction

As a nutritional epidemiologist devoted to prevention, Karin Michels has spent much of her career studying how health can be optimized through a proper diet.

No more sneaking sugar into packaged foods

As Americans struggle with obesity and diabetes, UC researchers say that new nutrition labels could help consumers change their shopping choices and ultimately their diets.

Trailblazing solutions to global food crisis

One honoree, UCLA alumna Kelly Dumke, is already working on the front lines in communities in L.A. County against a well-known and entrenched enemy, early childhood obesity.

Who can afford organic kale on minimum wage?

Public health professor Roshan Bastani, director of UCLA’s Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity, joined a panel of health experts at a Zócalo event to discuss how to help low-income families stay healthy.

Life in America: Hazardous to immigrants’ health?

Faculty at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health are working to determine why immigrants in the United States become unhealthier the longer they live in the country and promote solutions.

A picture of health

A campuswide initiative to improve the well-being of UCLA students, faculty and staff has galvanized faculty, staff and campus leaders to remake UCLA into an environment that promotes a healthy body and mind.
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