Health e-News

This blog features news, events, student work and activities, faculty research, and more from NYIT’s School of Health Professions. Contact mhaar@nyit.edu for more information.

See all posts on Health e-News

Results for "Clinical Nutrition, M.S." on Health e-News

News Byte: Nutrition Program Ranked Among Best in U.S.

Feature | Jul 31, 2019

NYIT’s M.S. in Clinical Nutrition was selected as one of the top 50 programs in the nation by TheBestSchools.org.


Read More at the Box

Alumni Profile: Alix Small Anand

Profile | Feb 08, 2019

When babies are too sick to nurse or bottle feed, Neonatal Dietician Alix Small Anand (M.S. ’12) ensures they get the right nutrition.


Read More at the Box

SHP Faculty Presents to STEP High Schoolers

MS Clinical Nutrition Alum Profile: Alix Small, MS, RD, CDN

Blog | Feb 27, 2018

Alix Small, MS, RD, CDN completed the MS in Clinical Nutrition and Certificate in Global Health in 2012 and is now a Neonatal Dietitian at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian.
Read More

The Food Industry Needs to Stop Hiding Nutrition Information

Feature | Dec 14, 2017

In an op-ed in The Hill, Mindy Haar argues that Americans can no longer afford the food industry's continual efforts to delay FDA regulations for improved nutrition information labels and menu boards, which have enabled the costly obesity epidemic.
Read More at the Box

Food Trends for 2017

Feature | Jan 17, 2017

Want to know what foods are trending in 2017? Mindy Haar, director of program development and interdisciplinary health sciences, talks about what we’ll be eating this year.


Read More at the Box

In Health Professions, It’s All About Teamwork

Feature | Nov 30, 2016

At the Interprofessional Education Collaborative Case Simulation Consequences of the Unseen, students work together to treat a patient with a concussion.


Read More at the Box

8 Health Tips for 2016

Feature | Jan 26, 2016

Registered dietitian Mindy Haar, Ph.D., shares helpful information for eating right and exercising better.
Read More at the Box