Some of the new arrivals for programs at the School of Public Health. Materials from the current year are on the top, previous years may be selected from the drop down menu on each tab. These materials are available in the SSWPH library at 119th street.
Research on food and addiction addressing topics such as neurobiology and psychology of addiction, physical regulation of eating and body weight, clinical and public health approaches, legal and policy implications.
"Offers broad, research-based coverage of the health culture, food, and nutrition habits of the most common ethnic, religious, and regional groups living in the United States." Also features chapters that provide overviews of concepts of health beliefs, intercultural communication, and religion.