Nadira Saleh
Nadira Saleh

Nadira specializes in international food policy and economics and has a fancy degree from Tufts University saying that she's a Master of it. Currently based in Canada, she has previously worked in the US, Kenya, and Burkina Faso in nutrition and maternal and child health. She is an avid sports fan, passionate about nutrition, inner-city health, human rights (especially women's rights) and Canadian politics.

July 24, 2012

London Olympics 2012: Year of the Arab Woman Athlete

Despite Saudi Arabia’s announcement to allow women on their Olympic team, no one expects very many women from the Arab world to participate, let alone compete. Here’s setting the record straight.

March 4, 2012

Monsanto Wins Class-Action Law Suit Against Coalition of Organic Farmers

This past week a federal class-action law suit brought forth by a coalition of organic farmers against Monsanto was dismissed. An Occupy Monsanto movement looms on the horizon.
Jan. 30, 2012

Four Millennial Eating Habits That Are Changing the Way We Eat

Millennials are diverse and demanding, and are helping to revolutionize the food system.
Aug. 19, 2011

Warning: The Health Side Effects of Consumer Drug Marketing

Pharmaceuticals' advertising of prescription medication to consumers does nothing to promote health education and should be banned in the U.S.
July 8, 2011

UN: Midwifery Can Lower Child Deaths

Enhancing midwifery services and building trust between the community and health services in developing countries could save thousands of mothers and children.