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WXFT: “Breaking down milk alternatives”

(6/25/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com. View Video.

WXFT: “Vitamin overload: Too much of a good thing?”

(6/25/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com. View Video.

Boston.com: “Can Fortified Foods Provide Too Much of a Good Thing?”

(6/24/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake discusses a new report released by the Environmental Working Group. View Full Article.

Examiner.com: “Helping toddlers acquire language: Understanding verb meanings”

(6/12/14) Director of the BU Child Language Lab Sudha Arunachalam quoted. “The results offer two insights. First, by age 2, toddlers have the remarkable ability to learn new verbs with very little exposure and apply them in novel contexts. Second, presenting the verbs in complete sentences supports the toddlers’ abilities to... More

WRKO: “Gluten free diets”

(6/19/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed. Listen to Audio.

Boston.com: “Goodbye McDonalds, Hello Freshii? Fast Food Is Getting Fresh”

(6/23/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake weighs in on new trends in "fast food". View Full Article.

Boston.com: “Got Milk? It’s a Dizzying Zoo of Choices”

(6/16/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake weighs in on the many varieties of milk available. View Full Article.

Consumer Reports: “Walk away from knee pain”

(6/16/14) New research featured from Daniel White, research assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training. View Full Article.  

AARP: “Helping Your Knees, Step-by-6,000-Steps”

(6/16/14) New research featured from Daniel White, research assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training. Expert quote: "Do people really need to walk 10,000 steps a day? For people with arthritis, that could be a daunting task.” View Full Article.

Terry Ellis Receives Research Award from American Physical Therapy Association

Terry Ellis, PhD, PT, NCS, assistant professor in the department of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training Physical and director of the Center for Neurorehabilitation was honored with the Chattanooga Research Award from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). The Chattanooga Research Award honors individuals who publish the "best articles on physical... More