Cooking Resources And Conversions Nutrition 2 Cooking Resources and Conversions Nutrition NEW! Ask the Guru! R. Fang, Department of Nutrition Dietetics, University of Delaware. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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AAFCS - JFCS Reviewers R. Cummings, University of Delaware M. Dinkins, Center for Nutrition University College of Family Sciences Meetings Events FCS http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
AgNIC - Other Resources Connecticut Consumer Horticulture delaware family Resource Management Field Crops family Resource Management Food nutrition and health Land Use http://web1.msue.msu.edu/iac/agnic/lgrntlst/agnmain.html
Extractions: The links in this section are provided as a convenience to AgNIC users. The sites are primarily Land Grant University Extension Services and Agricultural Experiment Stations. The sites have not received in depth review and may, or may not meet AgNIC selection criteria. The sites are organized by subject and host state. Within each subject there may be several additional sub groups. You can view the list of subject groups and subgroups before making a selection. Click on the AgNIC logo to return to the AgNIC home page or use your browser's back button to return to the previous page. The data base that supports this listing is maintained by Michigan State University Extension. This version of the list was generated on 12/12/02
Cape Gazette Health Resources AIDS delaware working for health in the human family Very Best Baby Prenatal health and nutrition/weight trackers. Welch Medical Library http://www.capegazette.com/pages/deresorspages/health.html
Extractions: The Delaware Tribe Child Development program offers a Certificate program for families, operates an extended hour child development center for children from birth through 12 years of age, operates four school-age care programs and maintains a resource center. In addition, the Delaware Tribe Child Development Program operates two Family Child Care Home Networks. The network provides a Child Care Specialist to recruit providers that are willing to establish a Family Child Care business in their homes. The Child Care Specialist offers assistance in obtaining the state license, a small start-up grant, monthly training meetings, and mentoring. The homes sign an agreement stating they will provide child care slots for hard to fill areas such as infants and toddlers, odd hour care, special needs care, or mildly ill children. The Child Care Specialist provides information on child development, training opportunities, business of child care, food program and nutrition, and curriculum kits. Currently, each network has 19 Family Child Care Homes enrolled in the program. The homes provide slots for 161 children. Effective Program Strategy: The Family Child Care Home Network exists to support family child care home providers. The Child Care Specialist encourages quality care for children by working with providers on obtaining a CDA credential, resolving health and safety issues, using developmentally appropriate practices, meeting state licensing requirements, and encouraging parent involvement. The Child Care Specialist visits each home once a month and makes contact by telephone or letter every week.
Community Resources Available To The Poor The mission of family Services of delaware County is to support, nurture, interpersonal relationships and parenting, nutrition health education, http://www.thestarpress.com/articles/4/037547-9694-002.html
Extractions: News Local Archives Obituaries ... Jobs With Us Published: April 7, 2005 12:00 AM, Last Updated: April 6, 2005 5:00 PM The following is a list of those who provide services to the poor in Delaware County. This list is compiled from the Where to Turn Directory (Family Services/A Better Way) and Lifestream Services directories. For more detail about each organization, obtain a Where to Turn Directory by calling 288-4357. Copies of this list are also available at the Center Township Trustee's office, 1200 E. Main. A Better Way P.O. Box 734, Muncie, Ind. 47308 www.infoki.com http://familyservices.uwctl.org Teresa Clemmons A Better Way provides a safe, residential shelter for victims of domestic violence. There is a 24-hour crisis intervention by telephone or in person. Other services include support groups, legal advocacy, essential transportation, and children's programs. 400 N. High St., Muncie, Ind. 47305 Bob Schmidt The purpose of ACTION, Inc. is to stimulate a better focusing of all available local, state, and federal resources upon the goal of empowering low-income families and individuals of all ages to improve their quality of life, and to empower individuals to attain skills, knowledge, and motivations to secure the opportunities needed for them to become self-sufficient. Alpha Center 315 S. Monroe St., Muncie, Ind. 47305
Extractions: Health Vitamins Diet Beauty ... Autism.Hand in Hand Autism educational portal with collection of programs, learning materials, play activity ideas and much more. Inside the Bubble The site includes a guide to autism, discussion of the ABA teaching method, a personal account of a mother with an autistic child, and book reviews. Tf-CRM107 Phase III Clinical Trial for Glioblastoma Multiforme : The Transferrin-CRM107 (Tf-CRM107) trial is a Phase III clinical study for glioblastoma multiforme. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with a non-operable, recurrent or progressive GBM tumor, information is now available regarding enrollment in Xenova's international, multi-center clinical trial for Tf-CRM107 therapy. Star Throwers : Helps parents learn how to set up and run a personal fundraising program for Autism treatment. Autism Treatment Info : Information about successful treatments for Autism. Site has advice from parents experienced with Autism.
Help For The Uninsured A supplemental food program designed to improve the nutrition and health of food for the family, stretch your food dollars and resources, grow healthy http://www.lourdes.com/Just_For_Patients/uninsured.htm
Extractions: Help for the Uninsured Please share this material with other families who could benefit from the information Health insurance available to single adults (19-64yrs.), couples without children, and parents/guardian with at least one child under 21. Available if applicant does not currently have health insurance. Income eligibility requirements do apply. CALL Health insurance for all children up to the age of 19 years who live in New York State. The following HMO Plans participate in the Child Health Plus Program; In Broome County : CDPHP 1-800-454-3840, Fidelis 1-888-343-3547, BC/BS Central NY 1-800-282-0068.
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Delaware Academy Of Medicine - Pathfinder resources in delaware Child Adult Care Food Program delaware Department ofEducation nutrition and Your health Dietary Guidelines for Americans http://www.delamed.org/dietingpf.html
Extractions: //Top Navigational Bar III v3.4.1 (By BrotherCake @ firstname.lastname@example.org) //Permission granted/modified by Dynamicdrive.com to include script in archive //For this and 100's more DHTML scripts, visit http://www.dynamicdrive.com This document was compiled by the library staff at the Delaware Academy of Medicine. It is a guide to assist you in researching personal health information, and is not exhaustive. The library staff does not attempt to interpret health information or provide medical advice. Please contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
Extractions: The Family Workplace Connection (FWC) is a private, not-for-profit dependent care resource and referral organization providing services that help people successfully manage their work and personal lives in Delaware and nationwide. FWC provides information and programs for individuals with child care and/or elder care needs, the community-at-large, care providers, and employers. FWC is funded by individual and foundation contributions, and government grants and contracts.