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Extractions: University Links About the University Academic Programs Administration Libraries Research Support UT The University System A-Z Index WebMail Dept. Directory Select type of search People Search Campus Search System Search About Nutrition Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate Nutrition Student Association Graduate Programs ... CEHHS Home To promote an understanding of the science of nutrition for the enhancement of the physiological and social well-being of individuals, families, and communities, primarily through research and education. Achieve national recognition in academic excellence as a leading research and graduate program that prepares professionals to assume leadership roles in nutritional sciences, dietetics and public health nutrition. Contact the Department of Nutrition 1215 W. Cumberland Ave.
Tennessee Department Of Health - News Release The tennessee Department of health, Maternal and Child health Section and Special Supplemental nutrition programs (WIC and CSFP) invite the public to http://www2.state.tn.us/health/Newsreleases/52003.htm
Extractions: Nashville, May 20, 2003 The Tennessee Department of Health, Maternal and Child Health Section and Special Supplemental Nutrition Programs (WIC and CSFP) invite the public to participate in the development of the State Plan of Operation. Testimony is invited from anyone who wishes to speak about issues relative to the operation of the Departments Maternal and Child Health programs, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) or the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP). Margaret F. Major, Acting Director of Maternal and Child Health, and Peggy Lewis, Director of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Programs, announced meetings scheduled for: Tuesday, May 27, 2003 9:00 11:00 a.m. CDT Hamblen County Health Department 331 West Main Street Morristown, TN 37815 Wednesday, June 4, 2003 9:30 11:30 a.m. CDT
TENNESSEE LADY VOL SPORTS MEDICINE EDUCATIONAL programs. nutrition Education nutrition is an important piece of the overall health, performance, and well being of every studentathlete. http://utladyvols.collegesports.com/facilities/training-room/04e_educational.htm
Extractions: Nutrition is an important piece of the overall health, performance, and well being of every student-athlete. Team ENHANCE'S nutritional motto is "Fuel Your Body for Performance". The program strives to provide female student-athletes with practical education and personal support they need to select the fuel to maintain energy, be successful in their sport and in their school work, and to have better health for life. They are educated about nutrition so they can make "winning" food and fluid choices to fuel their workouts and competitions. Throughout their college careers, student-athletes can benefit from individual nutrition consultation. All freshmen student-athletes are required to take the Sports Nutrition Course, a one-credit, 15-hour class that is the foundation of the athletic nutritional health program at UTK. The course is current with the latest research results and the practical needs and interests of a changing student-athlete population in demanding sport environments. Team ENHANCE Educational Seminars Educational Seminars are held once a year for the student-athletes and the coaching staff. The administration believes that these special seminars are essential and has made them mandatory. Nationally renowned speakers regularly cover issues of alcohol and substance abuse, eating disorders, diversity, assault, trauma (date rape, rape, childhood abuse), depression, learning disabilities, denial, and breaking the "don't talk rule". At our most recent seminar, Joetta Clark, a four-time Olympic track star, spoke to the student-athletes about what it takes to be the best in their sport.
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Extractions: The Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PNSS) was established by CDC in 1974 to monitor the growth and hematologic status of children from low-income families participating in such programs as the Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)*; Early Periodic Screening, Detection, and Treatment; and publicly funded maternal- and child-health clinics. The hematologic data collected since 1975 from the states participating in PNSS have demonstrated a steady decline in the prevalence of childhood anemia (1,2). The number of states participating in the surveillance system has increased from five in 1974 to 34 in 1986. Since this changing composition could have influenced the observed anemia trend, data from six states (Arizona, Louisiana, Kentucky, Montana, Oregon, and Tennessee) that have consistently participated in the PNSS since 1975 were analyzed. In these analyses, the following age-specific hemoglobin (Hgb) and hematocrit (Hct) levels were used as cutpoints to define anemia: age 6-23 months, Hgb less than 10.3 gm/dl or Hct less than 31%; age 24-59 months, Hgb less than 10.6 gm/dl or Hct less than 32%; age 60-83 months, Hgb less than 11.0 gm/dl or Hct less than 33%. These cutpoints, which are 0.6 gm/dl Hgb or 2% Hct lower than the commonly used clinical criteria (3), were chosen to avoid inclusion of children with borderline anemia.
HRSA: Maternal And Child Health Bureau Topics include oral health, physical activity, nutrition and mental health. tennesseeThe University of tennessee and University of North Carolina http://www.mchb.hrsa.gov/programs/training/brightfutures.htm
Extractions: The interactive Bright Futures website showcases implementation of Bright Futures across the country, provides access to Bright Futures publications and tools to download and/or purchase, and will provide on-line training opportunities. Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children and Adolescents, the cornerstone of the initiative, are currently undergoing a major revision by interdisciplinary panels of experts in infancy, early and middle childhood, and adolescence. The new Guidelines are expected to be available in early 2005. Background At the beginning of the 20th century, infectious diseases caused most of the morbidity and mortality in children. Although there has been great success in reducing contagious diseases, children today face new issues. Over the past several decades, major economic, social, and demographic changes have significantly affected American families. These societal changes have brought shifts in the chief causes of morbidity and mortality among children and adolescents. Injuries are now the leading cause of death for children older than 1 year. In addition, a significant percentage of American children have mental and emotional disorders. Developmental problems, educational failure, too much risk taking, lack of supervision, and child abuse are also among these "new morbidities." Also, the population of children with special health needs due to illness or disability has grown.
Extractions: Change Subject Social Sciences This section of our site contains 26 colleges and schools that offer campus based degrees and certificate programs in Foods And Nutrition Science and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. About Accreditation Campus Programs Health We found 6 colleges and schools that offer programs in Foods And Nutrition Science Only show schools within miles of zip Regionally Accredited Colleges Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro, TN North Carolina Agricultural And Technical St Univ Greensboro, NC South Carolina State University Orangeburg, SC The University Of Tennessee Knoxville, TN University Of Kentucky Lexington, KY University Of North Carolina At Greensboro Greensboro, NC About These Institutions: This section of our site contains 5925 post-secondary institutions in the United States that offer campus based programs. All of these institutions have accreditation which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. You may also filter by accreditation using our
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