Category: Huffington Post

Japan’s Improbable Military Resurgence

Huffington Post Thomas Berger, College of Arts & Sciences, Pardee School of Global Studies In 2004, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made a case for Japan to restore its military capabilities, writing in his book, Determination to Protect This Country, that “if Japanese don’t shed blood, we cannot have an equal relationship with America.”… Expert […]

A Dangerous Trend: Seeing ‘Lifestyle’ as the Key to Health

Huffington Post By Sandro Galea, School of Public Health “Unhealthy Lifestyle Main Cause of Heart Disease.” “Reduce Cancer Chances by Making Lifestyle Choices.” “Unhealthy Lifestyle Can Knock 23 Years off Lifespan.” These are just a few recent headlines in our daily diet of health news, which makes liberal use of the word “lifestyle,” a media-friendly […]

Revolutionizing Food Education for the Digital Age

Huffington Post Paula Quatromoni, College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College As Congress continues, yet again, to postpone the Child Nutrition Reauthorization Actdebate on what children should eat in school, we at KickinNutrition.TV are trying to offer Generation-Z a way to learn about healthy eating, cooking and fitness that appeals to their digital navigation […]

This Rocker Has A Heavy Metal Warning For Fellow Parents

Huffington Post Rick Reibstein, College of Arts & Sciences When Jon Fishman’s family moved into their 200-year-old Maine farmhouse years ago, they didn’t think to be concerned about lead paint hazards. That all changed this February, a few minutes after a pediatrician pricked their toddler son’s toe. The rapid blood test revealed the presence of […]