News & Events

Times Union: “Backpacks are back-healthy if used right”

(8/27/14) Clinical professor Karen Jacobs quoted. View Full Article.

Boston.com: “Why we all need to rise and dine”

(8/26/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake explains how eating a healthy breakfast can help from your brain to your waist. View Full Article.

WXFT: “Research shows breakfast has little impact on weight loss”

(8/26/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com. View Video.

The Boston Globe: “MIT Style Lab makes clothes accessible for people with disabilities”

(8/23/14) MSOT student Kira Bender helped created a prototype jacket for people with disabilities in MIT's Open Style Lab. View Full Article.

Women’s Health: “The Alarming Thing That’s Probably Hiding in Your Coffee”

(8/22/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake quoted. Expert quote: “Wheat and soy beans are two of the major food allergens listed by the FDA.” View Full Article.

Boston.com: “Can Chickpeas Help You Lose Weight?”

(8/18/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake discusses the benefits of including dried beans, peas, chickpeas, and lentils in your diet. View Full Article.

Boston.com: “Does your pet eat better than you do?”

(8/11/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake asks if specialty health foods are really better for the health of your pet. View Full Article.

WXFT: “New gluten-free labeling: What does it mean?”

(8/6/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com. View Video.

WXFT: “Buying local: It’s National Farmers Market Week”

(8/4/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com. View Video.

Boston.com: “Do You Haven Any Idea Where Your Food Comes From?”

(8/4/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake discusses the benefits of locally grown food during National Farmers Market Week. View Full Article.