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FoxNews.com: “6 weird things that happen to food before you buy it”

for-website-Joan-Salge-Blake(7/5/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake quoted.

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“Whether farm-raised or wild, there are so many benefits of eating salmon, namely its rich source of omega 3 fatty acids that we don’t get enough of.”

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Boston.com: “Drink up to cool down in the heat”

for-website-Joan-Salge-Blake(7/1/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake explains why you need to drink more fluids in the hot weather.

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Boston.com: “Sweeten up the grill for a nutritious summer”

for-website-Joan-Salge-Blake(6/30/14) Clinical Associate Professor and featured Boston.com blogger Joan Salge Blake offers tips for grilling fruits and how to incorporate them into your meal.

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WGBH: “The Curious Case of the Disappearing Hard ‘G’: Does Jim Braude Pronounce Margery Eagan’s Name Wrong?”

SARFACULTY(6/27/14) Assistant Professor Tyler Perrachione quoted.

Expert Quote:

“If you have an expectation you’re going to hear a hard ‘G,’ it might change the way you actually perceive that sound.”

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BlogTalkRadio: “Aphasia : Understanding Neuroplasticity and Language Treatments”

forwebsite-swathi(6/20/14) Professor and Director of BU’s Aphasia Research Laboratory Swathi Kiran interviewed.

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Los Angeles Times: “Walk now to walk through arthritis later”

11-3217-SARFACULTY-0258(6/17/14) New research featured from Daniel White, research assistant professor in the Department of Physical Therapy & Athletic Training.

Expert quote:

“Currently, there are no cures for osteoarthritis. And there’s no real cure for the pain.”

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NECN: “Paleo diet study”

for-website-Joan-Salge-Blake(6/26/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake talks to New England Cable News about new research.

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WXFT: “Breaking down milk alternatives”

for-website-Joan-Salge-Blake(6/25/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com.

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

for-website-Joan-Salge-Blake(6/25/14) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake interviewed by myfoxboston.com.

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

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

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