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"Department of Nutrition" AND "Harvard university"

Dominique S Michaud, Yan Liu, Mara Meyer, Edward Giovannucci, Kaumudi Joshipura
BACKGROUND: Studies suggest that tooth loss and periodontal disease might increase the risk of developing various cancers; however, smoking might have confounded the reported associations. We aimed to assess whether periodontal disease or tooth loss is associated with cancer risk. METHODS: The analysis was done in a prospective study (the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study [HPFS]), which was initiated in 1986 when US male health professionals aged 40-75 years responded to questionnaires posted by the Department of Nutrition, Harvard University School of Public Health, Boston, MA, USA...
June 2008: Lancet Oncology
F J Stare
In 1942 the Department of Nutrition was established at Harvard University jointly in the schools of public health and medicine. It continues to stimulate and expand the teaching of nutrition in these schools, as well as in the school of dental medicine and similar schools in other universities. Nutrition is so broadly involved in health and disease that it should be woven, in an organized fashion, into many of the standard courses in these and other health professional schools. A separate, more detailed course in nutrition may be made available for those who wish to learn more about nutrition...
September 1993: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
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