New certificate program teaches dietitians skills to elicit change

Cornell University’s director of wellness, Beth McKinney, has developed an online certificate program for registered dietitian nutritionists. The Nutrition Counseling certificate provides RDNs with client-directed counseling techniques they can use to elicit clients’ best thinking and results. Each course in …

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Does Your Environment Impact What You Eat?

How to Improve Healthy Eating and Active Living in Rural Communities

America is in the grips of an obesity epidemic. While it may be tempting to lay the blame on personal choices, the reality is much more complicated. It’s hard to …

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Hunger and Obesity from an Economic Perspective

A distinguished economics professor may not be the first person that comes to mind as an expert on global nutrition, but John Hoddinott has spent years at the intersection of the two fields, studying the consequences of poverty, hunger, and …

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Learn How and Why to Eat a Plant-Based Diet

The Government Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, the nation’s top nutritional panel, released a 571-page report with their dietary guidelines for Americans. Their top finding? That Americans need to consider the environment when planning out their diet.

According to …

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Giving the Gift of Good Health

eCornell’s online Plant-based Nutrition Certificate was offered in VegNews’ Holiday Gift Guide for 2011.

No matter the time of year, good health is always in season. In addition to the Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Foundation …

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Interior Designers in Healthcare Get Certified @ eCornell

The web-based, instructor-led courses were authored by Cornell University’s College of Human Ecology. Participants who complete the 6-course certificate will be awarded 1.8 AAHID continuing education units (CEUs), or can take one of three approved individual courses for 0.6 CEU …

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