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New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
2 NEW August 19, 2019

Roy Choi: A different path

Premier Chefs Dinner keynote speaker discusses how food, family and community shaped his journey to activism
Hutch News - May 15, 2019

Commentary: How to reduce the odds of getting cancer

‘There are steps you can take that will absolutely cut your risk,’ says Fred Hutch’s Dr. Anne McTiernan, who contributed to a new report on diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer
Hutch News - May 25, 2018

‘We don’t have to wait until we get sick’: Alice Waters on the threads that link diet, health, education

Chef and food activist Alice Waters, this year’s Premier Chefs Dinner keynote speaker, on the threads that link diet, health, education
Hutch News - May 15, 2017

Sometimes it's better if you eat according to what you are

From the Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities.
Science Spotlight - February 20, 2017

Fred Hutch physician-scientist’s memoir sheds light on relationships with parents, food and our bodies

Dr. Anne McTiernan nearly starved to death at age 4 — then she grew up to be a nutrition researcher. Her new memoir focuses on the path between.
Hutch News - December 14, 2016

Fitness trackers don’t improve weight loss, study finds

Participants who added ‘wearables’ to diet and exercise plans actually lost fewer pounds than those who stuck with traditional tactics
Hutch News - September 20, 2016

Diet tops exercise for cutting weight, cancer risk, new study shows

Overweight and obese women lowered levels of proteins associated with cancer after one year of calorie, fat reductions
Hutch News - July 13, 2016

Fat or Fiction? The truth about 9 diet myths

Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Does fat content matter more than calories? A nutrition researcher weighs in
Hutch News - June 01, 2016

Chef Dan Barber is a man on a mission

Cancer led him to the kitchen. Now he aims to save the rest of us — and the planet too
Hutch News - May 11, 2016

Kale Tale: How a wild cabbage erupted into trendy ‘superfood’

An old process still catapults some basic eats from chow to chic, leaving nutritionists skeptical
Hutch News - October 28, 2015

How lifestyle factors affect cancer rates, survival

Fred Hutch epidemiologist Dr. Amanda Phipps discusses the importance of healthy living
Hutch News - October 16, 2015

The diet dilemma

In a landscape crowded with contenders that each promise better health, how do you choose the best eating plan?
Hutch News - January 21, 2015

Heavy kindergarteners more likely to be obese later in life

But improving diet and exercise has healthy effects at any age, say Fred Hutch researchers
Hutch News - January 31, 2014

Weight cycling: New insight on obesity

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center study finds repetitive loss and regain of body weight doesn’t negatively affect person’s long-term ability to battle obesity, a known risk factor for many cancers
Hutch News - August 20, 2012

Mid-morning snacking may sabotage weight loss efforts

Anne McTiernan-led study findings may not relate to time of day, but to the short interval between breakfast and lunch
Hutch News - November 28, 2011
Last Modified, August 15, 2019