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So far Lynn Todman has created 14 blog entries.

Are we asking the right questions?

By | February 14th, 2016|Uncategorized|

In recent weeks, California Newsreel has released a new documentary titled “The Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of Our Nation. It is a follow up to the documentary Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality making Us Sick? which effectively communicated the idea that health is, in large part, socially determined. The new documentary features [...]

From Clinic to Community: Translating Science to Stem Community Violence

By | October 5th, 2015|CoLab Radio|

Sorter School in Benton Harbor, Michigan where this series’ community based intervention occurred. Upon discovering that an overlay of maps revealed possible correlations between food deserts and violent crime in Chicago, Lynn Todman, PhD, began reading clinical research studies in order to better understand the relationship between diet and behavior. For several decades, scholars have [...]

Connecting the Dots between Food Deserts & Urban Violence

By | October 5th, 2015|CoLab Radio|

Lynn Todman, PhD, first saw a connection between food and urban violence while conducting focus groups among young black men in Chicago’s toughest neighborhoods. Participants told her, “Ya gotta eat,” to explain why they dealt in drugs and burglarized places in their community. But when one older gentleman said, “This food is making us crazy,” [...]

Radio Interview Highlights Fascination of Food’s Effect on Behavior

By | May 24th, 2015|Uncategorized|

“This food is making us crazy.” To Dr. Lynn Todman, those words from a man in her hometown of Chicago sparked the connection between the clinical literature she was reading at the time and the community violence she was observing on the city’s south side.  In a recent interview on the “With Respect” program on WRHC-FM radio in Three Oaks, Michigan, Dr. Todman recounted the impetus for her current work at the Sorter School in Benton Harbor, Michigan, examining the impact of nutrition on antisocial behavior.

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