Articles relating to the Moore Institute people, projects, programs and DOHaD research.
- National Institutes of Health include early life nutrition, for first time ever, as part of their 2020-2030 research strategic plan
- Racism contributes to COVID-19 susceptibility in communities of color
- COVID-19 pandemic brings groups together to address community food insecurity
- Reinventing access to nutritious food during a pandemic
- An enduring friendship sparked a revolution in our understanding of the origins of chronic disease
- The biggest risk factor for heart disease? Diabetes
Stories on how people, organizations and communities are successfully using nutrition to improve health
Bringing Students to the Farm, and Farm Fresh Produce to Students
Rogue Valley Farm to School is growing a culture of health in Southern Oregon
Advancing Equity Through Urban Fruit
The Portland Fruit Tree Project has launched an inclusivity project that dedicates resources by thoughtfully engaging communities of color and learning what they need to feel included and valued within urban agricultural spaces.
A Place Where Affordable Housing and Nutrition Meet
Northwest Housing Alternatives is working to include a community kitchen in new rural housing development
Sustainable farm supports budding Latino farmers
Farm is run on "horsepower"
One school's quest to serve healthy whole foods
Low-income public charter school in Medford, Ore. serves three fresh from-scratch meals daily
One university's attempt to improve the health culture on campus
George Fox University implements Nutrition Matters Program to weave nutrition importance throughout campus culture
School creates morning "nutrition break" for all students
Tillamook Junior High School develops innovative method to increase breakfast participation
Articles highlighting the Moore Institute's work with community-based organizations.
Familias en Acción: Working together to improve the health of Oregon Latinx