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We are entering a time (or maybe we’ve always been here) where everything we thought we knew about health is being called into question. Everyone believed margarine was healthier than butter until it turned out it wasn’t. Medications that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRosa Parada-Reidy knows exactly what she and her 8-year-old daughter Catherine will be doing when school gets out this year — gardening. The mother-daughter duo already has spent time tending to their bamboo, lilac hydrangea and sweet pea plants,...
It’s getting close to the end of the school year, and young athletes will soon begin their pre-season conditioning, which will include various camps or school based programs. To maximize their performance and stay healthy, I’d like to...
Students should notice West Virginia’s ambitious new plan to target child hunger while improving academic performance when they arrive this fall. Expanding access to breakfast is likely the first component of the Feed to Achieve Act that will...
email@example.comMcConnellsburg Elementary School children will have opportunities next academic year to take home produce and other nutritious food. Fulton County (Pa.) Food Basket Inc. will administer a Power Pack program to send food home with children on weekends...
Weis Market on Shank Farm Way partnered with Maugansville Elementary School April 8 to 11 to teach students healthy nutrition. Students and their families visited Weis and participated in a mystery scavenger hunt, working together to find clues to...
What are the implications of the ‘Jesus stomp?’ To the editor: You might have heard about it, maybe not. A professor at a public (tax-funded) university in Florida had his students conduct the following assignment: Write the name “...
It is important to help young people make the connection between food, nutrition, energy and health. Nutrition education is one key to reducing obesity and it is beneficial for a family to learn together. Here are some tips: Take the time to read food...
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Eating a variety of foods is recommended for health, but trying to overhaul family's eating habits can be a challenge. You will be most successful if you aim for gradual changes, rather than making an issue of food. Strive to plan and provide regular...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgMeal prices for Washington County Public Schools’ students and staff will increase for the third consecutive year, due mainly to cost increases such as food and paper supplies, Food and Nutrition Services Supervisor Jeff Proulx said. The Board...
Eat right, your way, every day by building healthful meals. You can begin building a healthful meal by making half your plate fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are full of nutrients that help promote good health. Regularly choose red, orange...
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email@example.comPublic school meals won’t be affected by the federal spending cuts known as sequestration, but several local agencies that depend on federal funding are awaiting word on how the gridlock between President Obama and Congress will affect local...
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