Recommended Websites for Public Health Nutrition
|www.eurekalert.org||The American Association for the Advancement of Science|
|www.hsph.harvard.edu||Harvard School of Public Health|
|www.doh.gov.ph||Philippine Department of Health|
|www.fnri.dost.gov.ph||Philippine Food and Nutrition Research Institute|
|www.ific.org||International Food Information Council|
|www.hki.org||International Helen Keller Organization|
|www.ilsi.org||International Life Science Institute|
|www.cspinet.org||Center for Science in the Public Interest|
|www.unicef.org||United Nations Children's Fund|
|www.amcollnutr.org||American College of Nutrition|
|www.quackwatch.org||Quackwatch, Your Guide to Quackery, Health Fraud and Intelligent Decisions|
|www.ynhh.org||Yale-New Haven Hospital|
|www.alpha.org||American Public Health Association|
|www.marchofdimes.com||March of Dimes organization established to save babies, founded by Pres. Franklin Roosevelt|
|www.aafcs.org||American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences|
|www.sne.org||Society for Nutrition Education|
|www.nationaldairycouncil.org||National Dairy Council, USA|
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Based on an advisory group convened by Harvard School of Public Health and International Food Information Council Foundation
- Have you provided accurate information and feedback to the media?
- Is your news release on the study in keeping with the findings, does it provide new insight?
- Do you tactfully correct misinformation in the media? Do you give scientific explanations of why the story is incorrect?
- Do you adhere to ethical standards in providing diet and health information?
- Do you respect the embargo placed on a study, rather than attempting to scoop or "be first with" the news?
- Have you acknowledged that results that have not been scientifically reviewed are preliminary findings and do not call for a change in behavior?
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