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Then the hucksters jump in

Jay Olshansky

S. Jay Olshansky, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics, talks about products to delay aging and extend life spans in the Nov. 24 Globe and Mail.

 

“It’s probably worse today than it’s ever been. As soon as the scientists publish any glimmer of hope, the hucksters jump in and start selling.”

S. Jay Olshansky, professor of epidemiology and biostatistics and an expert on aging, on products to delay aging and extend life spans, Nov. 24 Globe and Mail

 

“While things may be accomplished, there’s always more you can do.”

Anna Lepsch, graduate student and staff member at the Gender and Sexuality Center on the center’s 20th anniversary,” Nov. 24 Windy City Times

 

“Innovative breakfast programs, with their wide reach and high implementation rates, have the potential to address the achievement gap in the United States.”

Lindsey Turner, research scientist in the Institute for Health Research and Policy, and Frank Chaloupka, professor of economics and director of the institute’s health policy center, on the effectiveness of school breakfast programs in improving academic outcomes, Nov. 24 JAMA Pediatrics

 

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