Search All News
Columbia researchers have created a new mouse model of anorexia that may reveal new ways to treat the disorder.
A new study found that eating less fiber, more saturated fat, and more sugar is associated with lighter, less restorative, and more disrupted sleep.
This innovative nutrition program for health care professionals is accepting applicants for September. The medical nutrition program trains health professionals to integrate nutrition into their practice, using behavior counseling approaches based in biochemistry and clinical nutrition.
- February 12, 2014
CUMC researchers have found direct evidence of a link between prenatal vitamin A deficiency and postnatal airway hyperresponsiveness, a hallmark of asthma.
- January 17, 2014
CUMC food and nutrition experts appear on "Food Revolution," a television special on CUNY TV.
- January 17, 2014
Celiac patients with chronic intestinal damage are more likely to break a hip than patients whose intestines have healed.
- November 18, 2013
Columbia has honored Philipp E. Scherer, PhD for helping usher in a new understanding of fat and its role in diabetes and other metabolic diseases.
- November 8, 2013
In August 2013, a large study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found that following a high quality diet may help to reduce one’s risk for developing pancreatic cancer.
- September 27, 2013
While many people in the United States are focused on losing weight to improve their overall health, there is another group of people who are struggling to gain weight.
- September 18, 2013
Drs. Rudolph Leibel and Michael Rosenbaum are members of a multi-center collaboration that plans to test competing hypotheses of obesity and weight gain.
- September 16, 2013
The case for reducing dietary salt: We need to weigh the scientific evidence, costs, likely benefits, and possible unintended consequences.