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High school student members of Delaware HOSA spent several months learning about a particular rare disease and presented their research findings at Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. The students interact with patients and their families, and work with...read more
Food waste is an extremely frustrating concept. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, approximately 40 percent of food in the U.S. is never eaten; simultaneously, one in eight Americans struggles to put enough food on the table. The state of Delaware is...read more
NEWARK POST — Gov. John Carney and other officials on Monday toured the 10-story STAR Tower under construction on the University of Delaware’s Science Technology and Advanced Research Campus on South College Avenue. The $40 million tower, slated for completion this...read more
Alternative Weight Management Methods by Carly Pacanowski
Most people don't know that excess weight is problematic not only for physical health, but for mental health as well. UD Behavioral Health & Nutrition researcher Carly Pacanowski takes on the challenge of how we can reduce weight while promoting healthy weight control behaviors, but not disordered eating. It's a big challenge, but Carly explains the basics. Graduate student researchers include Brielle Evangelista, Kelley Donovan, Alexa Nichols, and Adrienne Fraczkowski. Learn about research studies and faculty in our Energy Balance and Nutrition Lab. http://www.udel.edu/004581 #NationalNutritionMonthPosted by UD College of Health Sciences on Friday, March 9, 2018
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