A Bodega from Samuel R. Mendez on Vimeo. This fun video came up during a search for a Metro story in this morning's Globe. LAWRENCE — Bodegas are an integral part of Latino community life in this racially and culturally diverse city of more than 80,200. There are at least 85 such sundry shops in … Continue reading Move over Cheetos. More fresh produce comes to Lawrence, Massachusetts bodegas.
From the Harvard School of Public Health https://youtu.be/cRwLXsVmFzc
Harvard community can attend. The rest of us can watch on live stream. "How to blend the joy of cooking with the science of medicine..." What to Eat: The Emerging Field of Culinary Medicine June 19, 2018| NOON-1 P.M. Culinary medicine, a new educational and nutritional approach to improving eating behaviors, focuses on skills such … Continue reading Tuesday live stream: What to Eat: The Emerging Field of Culinary Medicine
Seems the fluffernutter has moved from the cafeteria to the lunch sack. The Globe offers a story about the joys of getting a kid to eat a healthy lunch. Tufts found that the contents of those brown bags sometime fall short on the nutrition scale. The nutritional shortcomings of school lunches have been a matter … Continue reading Could lunch lady fare be healthier than school lunch from home?
The BHN local health Twitter list served up this last week:
The Science and Cooking lectures at Harvard have been SRO since launched a few years ago. They tend to be more about about chemistry than nutrition, as in the science of the deep-fried hamburger. Still, the more you know about your food -- like those carcinogens you cooked up on the grill yesterday -- the … Continue reading Super-popular Harvard Science & Cooking course goes online with edX