While this is article is not about history per se, it does nicely articulate some of the challenges involved in doing nutrition research and the consequences of retracted findings, which may be of interest to some H-Nutrition members.
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As long as we are diving headlong into the history of school lunches with Andrew Ruis, I thought you may be interested in my review of his new book as published on Nursing Clio. In short: he gives his work too little credit for some of the big implications it holds, and you should definitely buy and read this delightful and concise read!