In Memory: Hardinge founded Loma Linda’s School of Public Health

Before embarking on a doctorate in vegetarian nutrition in the 1940s, Harvard University required Dr. Mervyn Hardinge to work in a hospital kitchen to learn different cuts of meat. The lifelong herbivore needed more knowledge to appraise the diets of nonvegetarian research subjects, his professors said

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