Pediatricians and public health researchers know they have to be on the lookout for lead exposure from paint chips and contaminated drinking water. A new report suggests food — particularly baby food — could be a problem, too

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Our Claire Davis and Jessica Fanzo discuss how to ensure nutrition for everyone under climate change

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Our Jessica Fanzo and Rebecca McLaren argue that Timor-Leste needs a more diverse diet

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Is it okay to eat one hamburger per year? Is it acceptable to eat a hamburger made from a ‘happy cow’? The production of crops may result in more animals killed than the production of meat from grass-fed cattle and sheep – does this mean we should eat more meat and less crops? Should we eat insects? Should we try to reduce the suffering of wild animals? Professor Peter Singer provides an answer to these, and other questions

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A charity that campaigns against food waste may face prosecution after a trading standards inspection found produce that was past its use-by date at one of its warehouses

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Less than one-quarter of Earth’s total cropland produces nearly three-quarters of the staple crops that feed the world’s population – especially corn, wheat and rice, the most important cereal crops. These areas are our planet’s major breadbaskets

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Study examines the squandered nutritional value of food that ends up in U.S. landfills. Significant amount of wasted food is consumable at time of disposal, contains vital nutrients Americans need

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The case of the 2017 famine in South Sudan. By Haley Swartz with our Global Food Ethics and Policy Program

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