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1. Beachbody, Get In Shape With Effective Exercise And Fitness
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2. WAPD Resources Nutrition
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3. Wellness, Personal Health Programs, Hilton Head, South Carolina
Wellness, Personal Health Programs, Hilton Head, South Carolina

4. Health Programs, Hilton Head, South Carolina
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and offers a schedule of events that are complementary to the health programs and relaxation, Nutrition

5. Physical Activity Resources For Health Professionals DNPA CDC
s Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity and the University of South Carolina School of Public Health framework for school health

6. Nutrition, Food Safety Health
Safety, Health The goal of the Extension Food and Nutrition Program is to help South Carolina citizens make food programs in South

7. Trianer U Personal Training School, Fitness, Nutrition, Health
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8. Senior Centers Of Spartanburg County, Inc.
to provide services such as nutrition, health, socialization, home 142 South Dean Street Programs Services Serving Seniors

9. South Carolina Public Health Association
in all public health programs and health for the citizens of South Carolina. Nutrition Section Chair Carolyn Chestnut Public Health

10. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs
The Family nutrition programs of the south carolina Department of Social Services nutrition safety net, working to end hunger and improve the health of Search E-mail us
The Family Nutrition Programs of the South Carolina Department of Social Services all have one special goal making it possible for every single South Carolinian to have adequate, nourishing food every single day.
We have a wide range of nutrition programs that reach thousands of families who need some assistance making ends meet. We often work through schools, churches, daycare centers, recreation centers, and other agencies to provide meals and snacks.
Some of our programs are listed below. To learn whether your family qualifies to receive assistance, or whether your organization could be a provider, click on the name of the program. The Summer Food Service Program
Many children depend on meals at school for the nutrition they need to learn and grow. Their need for good food doesn't end when school gets out. The Summer Food Service Program meets this need by offering free meals and snacks to kids in low-income areas during the months they're on vacation. The Afterschool Snack Program
It is a long time between lunchtime at school and suppertime. The

11. USC: Colleges & Schools
The University of south carolina offers more than 350 degree programs. Center for Research in nutrition and health Disparities
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12. Overweight And Obesity: State-Based Programs: South Carolina | DNPA | CDC
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Home About CDC Press Room Funding ... Contact Us Search: Overweight and Obesity: State-Based Programs: South Carolina Nutrition and Physical Activity Program to Prevent Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases
The Epidemic
  • 61% of South Carolina adults are overweight or obese. (CDC BRFSS, 2004) 21% of non-Hispanic white adults and 36% of non-Hispanic black adults in South Carolina are obese. (CDC BRFSS, 2004) 26% of low-income children between 2 and 5 years of age in South Carolina are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight. (CDC PedNSS, 2003)

South Carolina in Action
In 2004, the Division of Obesity Prevention and Control helped create the South Carolina Coalition for Obesity Prevention Efforts (SCCOPE), which was tasked with developing a state plan to address obesity prevention and control. These groups represent business and industry, community (access to healthy foods and physical activity), faith-based settings, health care systems, and schools. Activities focus on increasing physical activity, increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables, increasing breastfeeding rates, increasing the proportion of people at a healthy weight, decreasing screening time, reducing the burden of obesity-related chronic diseases; and increasing research on obesity. Among other goals, SCCOPE aims to:
  • Establish a state-based obesity surveillance system.

13. Federal Programs
south carolina healthy Schools (SCHS) is an initiative that focuses on health and physical education, social and emotional health, nutrition and health
While the Office of Curriculum and Standards facilitates the revision of the curriculum standards in health and safety, the Office of Adult and Community Education provides statewide leadership and services to schools and districts in this area. South Carolina Healthy Schools (SCHS) is an initiative that focuses on improving children’s and adolescent’s well being by working with the school environment to encourage positive healthful behaviors. Healthy Schools promotes a multi-component model that involves schools and communities working together to improve health and physical education, social and emotional health, nutrition and health services, staff wellness, and a healthy and safe environment. This model, based on research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) , attempts to address the most serious risk behaviors that effect South Carolina youth. South Carolina Healthy Schools is an effort to promote school/community collaboration around local child and adolescent issues to positively impact all dimensions of health, academic performance, and asset development.                    Publications and Documents Place Publications and documents here Contact Lynn Hammond, Education Associate

14. Beef Cattle Ext Programs
The south carolina PRIDE Program is the marketing program cosponsored by value of their industry and its relationship to human nutrition and health. cattle ext programs.htm
Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Harold D. Hupp, Extension Livestock Specialist
Box 340361
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0361 (864) 656-5161 Office
(864) 656-3131 Fax
E-mail Adult Programs Introduction
Extension works with livestock producers to help them improve efficiency of production and increase total farm income. It is important to focus on food quality, animal welfare and being good stewards of the environment. Extension helps producers to focus on product evaluation, assists with performance testing, records and management, improving marketing, control of parasites, and using proper management skills and techniques. Information is distributed through a number of techniques such as newsletters, production meetings, workshops and individual farm visits. Extension assists producers in forming producer organizations and serves in an advisory capacity to many agencies and organizations. BEEF CATTLE INFORMATION DATABASE
This is an Internet information database of Clemson Extension beef cattle publications, information and connections to related Internet web sites - such as breed associations, Cow Town, and other universities and organizations. It was created for the benefit of cattlemen, extension agents and agricultural professionals. Over 200 web pages have been published and updated. All projects related to programs listed here are referenced in this database. BULL TESTING IN SOUTH CAROLINA

15. National Alliance For Nutrition And Activity
Strengthen the National School Lunch and Other Child nutrition programs south carolina Department of health and Environmental Control,
The National Alliance for Nutrition and Activity (NANA) advocates national policies and programs to promote healthy eating and physical activity to help reduce the illnesses, disabilities, premature deaths, and costs caused by diet- and inactivity-related diseases such as heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity. NANA promotes within the legislative and executive branches of government a better understanding of the importance of healthy eating, physical activity, and obesity control to the nation's health and health-care costs. One of the primary goals of NANA is to cultivate champions for nutrition, physical activity, and obesity prevention in Congress and federal agencies. Efforts include supporting effective education programs, advocating adequate funding for programs, and promoting environmental changes that help Americans eat better and be more active. NANA is made up of more than 300 organizations. NANA's policy priorities include:

16. Nutrition Graduate Programs In Southeast U.S.A.
The Program in nutrition and health Sciences trains students to investigate the south carolina State University Program nutritional Science
Nutrition Graduate Programs in Southeast U.S.A.
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Program: Foods and Nutrition
Location: Athens, GA
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Florida State University
Program: Food and Nutrition
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Florida State University's leading-edge programs in Nutrition, Food and Exercise Sciences are preparing students to pursue a wide variety of health-related careers through a series of rigorous courses in each ... Click here for more program info Click here to visit this program's website Click to send E-mail to:

17. Dole 5 A Day - We Make 5 A Day Fun!
Dole Expands nutrition Marketing Services and programs To Help Retailers Reach and regional nutritionists from the south carolina Department of health;

18. State Education Agency School Health Programs
Child nutrition programs health and Physical Education Curriculum Framework SC, south carolina healthy Schools School Food Services and nutrition

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19. Research!America Programs
Norman J. Arnold School of Public health University of south carolina Human nutrition Center, Center for health Promotion and Prevention Research
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Research!America's Prevention Research Initiative
Overview What's New
PRI Background Funders Advisory Council Members Prevention Research Initiative Liaisons Alabama Terry Gunnell
Program Director, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health
1665 University Blvd., Birmingham, AL 35294
California Shailushi Baxi
Program Manager, Prevention Institute
265 29th Street, Oakland, CA 94611
Laura Lee Simon
Chair Emerita, Embedding Prevention Initiative
Connecticut Commission on Children Westport, CT 06880 DC Patricia Louis, MA Coalition Coordinator, DC Safe Kids 1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20004 Florida Sheila Sorkin Executive Director, National Perinatal Association 3500 E. Fletcher Avenue, Suite 205 Tampa, FL 33613 Fern Jureidini Webb, PhD Research Director, Dept. of Community Health and Family Medicine UF Shands-Jacksonville Family Practice Center 1255-B Lila Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32208

20. Food And Nutrition Programs: Reducing Hunger, Bolstering Nutrition, 7/19/05
The WIC program improves birth outcomes and reduces health care costs. 22 A USDA study found that 40 percent of such adults in south carolina were food
Reducing Hunger, Bolstering Nutrition
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Overall Impacts of the Safety Net
Food and Nutrition Assistance
More Topics... Back to Home Page - Publications by Subject - Press Room -Special Report Series About the Center - Board of Directors - Internship Programs - Job Opportunities - Staff Bios Join E-Mail List Donate to the Center If you cannot access the files through the links, right-click on the underlined text, click "Save Link As," download to your directory, and open the document in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Following the creation and expansion of the domestic food assistance programs in the second half of the 20th century, severe hunger, which had been a significant national problem, has become rare. The food assistance programs were developed in several steps. Concerns about the nutritional status of young men drafted for service in World War II led to the enactment of the National School Lunch Act in 1946. The Food Stamp Program was established on a pilot basis in the early 1960s, and extended nationwide in the early 1970s

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