But he may struggle to get his way without hard evidence of what, exactly, needs regulating

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The intersection of climate change, food security, and nutrition is critical given that the growing adverse impacts of climate change threaten food security and nutrition outcomes, especially for the most vulnerable in the global South. Climate is a potential driver of nutritional status but dietary choices can affect both nutrition and climate – Our Jess Fanzo, Becky McLaren, and Claire Davis with Jowel Choufani

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Brendan Saloner, at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, told FactCheck.org that “no single study is as good as looking at the full body of research.” And while not all studies have found health improvement related to insurance coverage, the “preponderance of studies, especially the well-done studies, find that gaining insurance coverage, especially for low-income people, improves health and reduces mortality risks.”

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The quality and quantity of the global food supply now and into the future are increasingly under threat. The food system contributes to one-third of greenhouse gas emissions and losses in biodiversity, to name just two consequences leading to environmental degradation. To mitigate environmental and health harms, governments around the world have instituted public policies to advance sustainability goals

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Our Travis Rieder explores why withdrawing from the agreement itself matters morally

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Presenting science as a battle for truth against ignorance is an unhelpful exaggeration

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Scientists are split over whether limiting grant support to individuals will help young researchers or hurt collaboration

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Limiting the number of foreign doctors who can get visas to practice in the United States could have a significant impact on certain hospitals and states that rely on them, according to a new study

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