A Call For “Good Food Jobs”
Nutrition / Public Health

A Call For “Good Food Jobs”

A new report by the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College set out to answer a complex question: Can the food sector support health and economic development? Society has traditionally focused only on the former. With the rise of supermarkets and fast food – distancing food from its growers, purveyors and handlers – food wasn’t food until … Continue reading

Scooby Wekstatt: What He Taught Us About Health Communication
Nutrition / Physical Activity / Public Health

Scooby Wekstatt: What He Taught Us About Health Communication

On July 21, 2013, Scooby Wekstatt, the fisherman hat-wearing bodybuilder who took the internet by storm, bid farewell to the YouTube community. News of his departure came as a shock to fans and fitness experts alike, whom long considered Scooby as the “Godfather of YouTube fitness.” Scooby is first and foremost the founder of Scooby’s Workshop, an online community … Continue reading