Don’t eat pizza?

Lisa Powell

Lisa Powell, associate director of the Health Policy Center at the Institute of Health Research and Policy, talked with Bloomberg News about her study on the amount of fat and sodium pizza adds to children’s diets. Photo: Roberta Dupuis-Devlin

 

“This is not saying don’t eat pizza. Hopefully we can make healthy pizza the norm.”

 

Lisa Powell, associate director of the Health Policy Center at the Institute of Health Research and Policy, on her study about the amount of fat and sodium pizza adds to children’s diets, Jan. 20 Bloomberg News

 

 

“We can do cooperation as scientists and this will improve our capacity to do one-to-one research collaborations, or convene small meetings or groups. But in terms of doing things that would require money, we are going to need to end the embargo.”

 

Mark Rasenick, professor of physiology and biophysics, on the benefits to the scientific community of more relaxed U.S.-Cuba relations, Jan. 12 Scientific American

 

 

“You have a Democratic legislature and a Republican governor, so they’re going to have to figure out some way to work together.”

 

David Merriman, professor of public administration and economics, on Gov. Bruce Rauner’s planned spending freeze, Jan. 12 Reuters

 

 

“Pornography is pitched to women as a way of affirming their sexuality, and in a sense, of being feminist.”

 

A.W. Eaton, associate professor of philosophy, on some women’s interest in vintage issues of Playboy magazine, Jan. 14 Globe and Mail

Categories

Campus, Faculty

Topics