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December 17, 2013TV ads nutritionally unhealthy for kids, study finds
Most food marketed on children’s programs high in fats, sugars, sodium
December 5, 2013Study to see if weight loss tied to where people live
Nursing researchers will analyze data from 1 million veterans
October 2, 2013‘Cupcake bans’ rare, but policies may reduce overexposure to sugary treats
Sweet treats at parties are overlooked in school food environment
August 6, 2013Back-to-School Health Fair: Aug. 17
Children’s Hospital University of Illinois welcomes community families
July 16, 2013Policies, state laws reduce junk food in schools
Survey results “a really positive sign”
June 12, 2013Laws help limit junk foods in schools
Nationwide survey shows availability of sugar- and fat-laden foods, drinks
April 3, 2013School of Public Health celebrates 40 years
Nobel Peace laureate Leymah Gbowee keynote speaker at April 13 gala at the Field Museum.
March 12, 2013Au Bon Pain serves up healthy options
UIC’s newest campus restaurant, Au Bon Pain, gives a calorie count for each item.
February 26, 2013C. Murray Ardies writes the book on health
When he came out with “The Optimal Health Guide” in 2007, C. Murray Ardies was just getting started.
November 5, 2012Kids Consume More Soda and Calories When Eating Out
Children and adolescents consume more calories and soda and have poorer nutrient-intake on days they eat at either fast-food or full-service restaurants, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.