Food Policy Food Policy Journal Watch: October 2015 by nycadmin October 29, 2015 written by nycadmin October 29, 2015 Credit: Uwe Hermann – Flickr Creative Commons License Isocaloric fructose restriction and metabolic improvement in children with obesity and metabolic syndrome. (Obesity) Associations of Dispositional Mindfulness with Obesity and Central Adiposity: the New England Family Study. (International Journal of Behavioral Medicine) Slim by Design Kitchen Counter Correlates of Obesity. (Health Education & Behavior) Greater neighborhood access to fast-food outlets linked to lower bone mass in infants. (Osteoporosis International) Nationwide Expansion of a Financial Incentive Program on Fruit and Vegetable Purchases among Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Participants: A Cost-effectiveness Analysis. (Social Science & Medicine) Functional brain imaging predicts public health campaign success. (Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience) academic journalsacademic literaturefood policy journal watchobesity 0 comment FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail nycadmin previous post The Role of Health Professionals and Municipal Governments in Reducing the Promotion of Unhealthy Food next post Food Policy for Breakfast: Zoning and the City’s Food System: Opportunities to Shape Healthier Food Environments in NYC – Resources Related Articles Outdoor Dining is Here to Stay…For Now July 12, 2021 26 Food Podcasts for Summer 2021 July 6, 2021 2021 Food Summer Reading List July 1, 2021 July 2021 Events for the Food Policy Enthusiast July 1, 2021 NYC Food Policy Center June 2021 Food Flash June 29, 2021 Food Policy Media Award 2021: Naomi Starkman June 23, 2021 Food Policy Changemaker Award: Karen Washington June 23, 2021 Bills to Watch in New York City: Food... June 22, 2021 40 Under 40: The Rising Stars in NYC... June 17, 2021 “Expiration” Dates: Can You Donate Past-Date Packaged Foods? June 8, 2021 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.