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Lecture 11 - Sustainability II: The Impact of Modern Agriculture on Biodiversity, Genetic Modification and Animal Welfare

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Lecture 12 - Public Health vs. Medical Models in Nutrition Change: Saving Lives One or a Million at a Time

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Lecture 13 - Eating Disorders and Obesity (Guest Lecture by B. Timothy Walsh)

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Lecture 14 - Perspectives of the Food Industry (Guest Lecture by Derek Yach)

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Lecture 15 - Economics, Nutrition and Health: Subsidies, Food Deserts and More

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Lecture 16 - Everyone but Me: The Pervasive Reach and Powerful Influence of Food Marketing on Food Choices

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Lecture 17 - The Politics of Food I: How Politics Affects National Nutrition Policy (Guest Lecture by Rogan Kersh)

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Lecture 18 - The Politics of Food II: The Issues, the Fights and Who Controls the Frame

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Lecture 19 - The Law and Opportunities to Improve Nutrition and Health (Guest Lecture by Stephen Teret)

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Lecture 2 - Food Then, Food Now: Modern Food Conditions and Their Mismatch with Evolution

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