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  1. Your Health Coach by Beverly Chesser, 1988-06

21. FRAC - Indian And Native American WIC Programs Making Healthy Difference
The report reviews 25 years of health and nutrition progress driven by WIC; North carolina, North Dakota, south carolina, south Dakota, and Wyoming.
Thursday, APRIL 26, 2001
CONTACT: Ellen Vollinger
PHONE: 202-986-2200 x3016

I ndian and Native American WIC Programs provide much-needed nutrition and health benefits to over 57,000 Native American women, infants and children each month, according to the Food Research and Action Center's (FRAC) new publication, "WIC in Native American Communities: Building a Healthier America." The report reviews 25 years of health and nutrition progress driven by WIC; analyzes previously unpublished government data on the extent of Native American health and hunger; and provides new data profiles of 31 Indian and Native American WIC programs. WIC In Native American Communities: Building A Healthier America Report Summary (html) WIC In Native American Communities: Building A Healthier America Report Summary (.pdf) Model Article for Use in Community Newspapers, Newsletters and Other Publications

22. Steps To A HealthierUS - Prevention Portfolio - Prevention Programs In Action
In 2002, the south carolina Cardiovascular health Program provided funding andtraining to eight Division of Chronic Disease Prevention and nutrition
Reducing the Burden of Disease
Heart Disease and Stroke
Arkansas: Implementing Cardiovascular Disease Guidelines for Physicians and Patients to Improve Health Outcomes
Public Health Problem
Cardiovascular disease (CVD), mainly heart disease and stroke, is the leading cause of death in Arkansas. The state ranks fifth in the country in deaths from heart disease and second in deaths from stroke. The increased burden of disease in Arkansas compared with the rest of the United States may be partially explained by the higher rates of cardiovascular risk factors among state residents. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) 1999 data indicate that more people in Arkansas than those in the general U.S. population have high blood pressure (28% vs. 24%), smoke cigarettes (25% vs. 22%), and are completely physically inactive (28% vs. 27%). Evidence That Prevention Works
Compelling evidence from recent clinical trials supports the merits of aggressive risk reduction therapies for patients with CVD. The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology urge all health care settings where CVD patients are treated to develop specific protocols and procedures reminding health care providers to implement the guidelines and assess the success of appropriate treatments. Program Example

This program demonstrates the importance of disseminating and implementing recognized guidelines for the primary and secondary prevention of CVD by applying health systems. A guidelines-based approach can result in better outcomes for patients by applying recognized prevention and treatment standards, which help ensure improved quality of life and reduced risk for initial and recurrent heart attacks and strokes.

23. Online Fitness And Nutrition Degree Programs, Courses And Training/Certification
south carolina Colleges in south carolina Universities SC south Dakota Collegesin south Online Public health Degree programs, Courses, Training
Online Fitness and Nutrition Colleges and Online Fitness and Nutrition Schools Online Programs Accounting Administration Animation Applied Management ... Visual Communication
Online Fitness and Nutrition Degree Programs and Training/Certification
The following schools offer Fitness and Nutrition Courses Online (through distance learning), that can be taken on your home computer at your own convenience. Click this link you are interested in local colleges that offer Fitness and Nutrition Programs Thomson Education Direct - Online Available Programs: Fitness and Nutrition Click here to receive more information about our Programs Listings by State/Province Listings by Area of Study United States:
Alabama Colleges in Alabama Universities AL

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Arizona Colleges in Arizona Universities AZ

Arkansas Colleges in Arkansas Universities AR
Wyoming Colleges in Wyoming Universities WY
Alberta Colleges in Alberta Universities AB

British Columbia Colleges in British Columbia Universities BC

Manitoba Colleges in Manitoba Universities MB

New Brunswick Colleges in New Brunswick Universities NB
Other Links and Resources
Online Schools and Distance Learning Programs: Online Accounting Degree Programs, Courses, Training

24. Casey Journalism Center | Resources | Health/Development | Nutrition/Obesity
University of south carolina Address 102 health Sciences Building its Website includes key state contacts for afterschool and nutrition programs.

25. Small Farms And Farmers Market Nutrition Programs
Farmers Market nutrition Program. For many years, the south carolina Departmentof Agriculture and the south carolina Department of health and Environmental
Contact Us! Small Farms Program The South Carolina Department of Agriculture's Small Farms Program was the first of its kind in the country. The program provides assistance to small family farmers with an emphasis on dissemination of information, referrals, and counseling. Special importance is placed on farmer owned marketing cooperatives, land retention, alternative land use, and community development. Major focus is also centered on identifying and securing financial resources, locating profitable markets, and assisting farmers with efficient farm operations. Farmers Market Nutrition Program For many years, the South Carolina Department of Agriculture and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control have cooperatively participated in the WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP). Also, several years ago, the South Carolina Department of Agriculture began a working partnership with the South Carolina Department of Social Services in the Seniors Farmer Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP). The United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service administers the grants for both programs. FMNP is associated with the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program which provides supplemental foods, health care referrals and nutrition education at no cost to low-income pregnant and post-partum women and to infants and children up to 5 years of age who are found to be at nutritional risk. The Seniors Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) provides coupons to eligible senior citizens that for purchasing produce from certified farmers that are participating in the program.

26. South Carolina
south carolina Dottie Ryan, RD southeast United Dairy Industry Association nutrition education programs for educators, health professionals and consumer
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Arkansas ... Privacy Statement As a leader in nutrition research since 1915, the National Dairy Council® is dedicated to providing timely, scientifically sound nutrition information on the health benefits of milk, cheese and yogurt. © 2005 National Dairy Council®

27. Center For Research In Nutrition And Health Disparities
south carolina currently ranks among the highest in prevalence of both obesity nutrition interventions, programs, and strategies are showing results in
... FACULTY / STAFF The Center for Research in Nutrition and Health Disparities in the Arnold School of Public Health was formed to address these new public health problems. Faculty and staff at the center are dedicated to advancing research on causation, prevention and treatment of obesity and related disorders. Interdisciplinary projects include basic science, clinical research, methodological research, epidemiology, community based research, and clinical trials. CENTER GOALS Center goals include expanding the body of knowledge on:

28. SCDHEC: State Nutrition Consultant
south carolina Department of health and Environmental Control The state 5 A Day Program. Promotes nutrition education in schools and
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control -

29. SCDHEC: Community Health & Chronic Disease Prevention
level to promote physical activity and nutrition through SCDHEC’s local healthdepartments south carolina Arthritis Prevention and Control Program
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control -
  • Certificate of Need Certification Disease Control Emergency Medical Services ... Tobacco Prevention The Bureau of Community Health and Chronic Disease Prevention's mission is to improve the health status of local citizens. It seeks to be community-focused, proactively responsive, and team-oriented in providing culturally appropriate leadership, technical assistance, and resource sharing to South Carolina's communities. It works with district staff, community advocates, and others to improve current levels of communication, collaboration, and consultation among DHEC's Health Services, other state agencies, and local community partners. The Bureau is composed of eight divisions that address a wide variety of program areas. Below is a listing of the divisions with a brief description of their missions as well as links to their individual webpages where available.
    Office of Healthy Schools
    The Office of Healthy Schools focuses on improving the academic achievement and health of school age children and youth, school faculty, staff and communities by providing training, technical assistance and resources for schools to become health promoting and improve academic success of their students. We strive to ensure that school health issues are addressed across all program areas and encourage involvement of the community and local businesses in partnerships to improve adolescent and school health.

30. Department Of Social Services - Family Nutrition Programs
In south carolina over 100000 households depend on the Food Stamp Program eachmonth to get the food they need for good health. Search E-mailus
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Program Information Forover 30 years, the Food Stamp Program has served as the foundation of America'snational nutrition safety net, working to end hunger and improve the healthof low-income people by helping families buy the food they need for a nutritionallyadequate diet. In South Carolina over 100,000 households depend on theFood Stamp Program each month to get the food they need for good health. Forchildren, a better diet means better learning in school. For adults, itmeans better performance on the job or a better foundation for developingthe job skill that can give them and their families independence. For seniors,it means access to a balanced diet vital to their nutritional well-being.For everyone, participation in the Food Stamp Program can help stretchlimited budgets, improve nutrition, and reduce the risk of diet-relatedhealth problems. Families, people living alone, and people living with roommates use food stamps. People who are homeless can get food stamps, too. People of all ages use food stamps.

31. USC: Academic Bulletins
Donna L. Richter, Ed.D., University of south carolina, 1988 (3) A survey ofcurrent concepts in clinical and public health nutrition which are unique to
USC THIS SITE Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior
Ken W. Watkins, Interim Chair Professors
Donna L. Richter, Ed.D., University of South Carolina, 1988
Robert F. Valois, Ph.D., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, 1984
Associate Professor
Deborah M. Parra-Medina, Ph.D., San Diego State University, 1998
Ruth P. Saunders, Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 1986
Ken W. Watkins, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1999
Assistant Professors
Sara J. Corwin, Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 1996
Alexandra E. Evans, Ph.D., University of Texas, 1997 Kathryn J. Luchok, Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1993 Albert A. Neal, Ed.D., University of South Carolina, 1988 Stuart L. Usdan, Ph.D., University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2000 Professor Emeritus Roger G. Sargent, Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 1970 Murray L. Vincent, Ed.D., Temple University, 1967

32. Chronic Disease - State Profiles - South Carolina
Cardiovascular health State Program Capacity Building nutrition and PhysicalActivity Program to Prevent Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Chronic Disease Prevention
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Chronic Disease Overview
CDC's Chronic Disease Programs ... Related Links

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Fact Sheets
Funding Legislation Reports ... Statistics and Data
Fact Sheets
Cancer Burden Data
Summary data on lung, colorectal, breast, and prostate cancer. These state-level data include the estimated number of new diagnoses and cancer deaths as well as age-adjusted mortality rates broken down by race/ethnicity and presented alongside the national averages. Chronic Diseases: The Leading Causes of Death
Profiles the leading causes of death in the United States; such as, heart disease, stroke, cancer, and diabetes. Chronic diseases are among the most prevalent, costly, and preventable of all health problems. About 7 of 10 Americans who die each year, or more than 1.7 million people, die of a chronic disease.
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Healthy Youth Funding Database
Provides information on grants, scholarships, sponsorships, and other funds for school health programs. Sources of funding range from federal agencies and states to corporations, foundations, and other organizations. The database provides overviews, application assistance, and contact information for a wide variety of opportunities.

33. Office Of School Food Services Why We Have Child Nutrition Programs
We have child nutrition programs in south carolina schools because our 17% of south carolina s children are not covered by public or private health
Why We Have Child Nutrition Programs in South Carolina Schools
We have child nutrition programs in South Carolina schools because these programs focus on the health and education of children. We have child nutrition programs in South Carolina schools because nutrition plays a major role in five of the ten leading causes of death of Americans: coronary heart disease, stroke, arteriosclerosis, diabetes, and some types of cancer. We have child nutrition programs in South Carolina schools because our children need them to improve their chance of success. According to South Carolina Kids Count data:
  • 23% of South Carolina's children live in poor families, thus reducing their opportunities for healthy growth and development.

34. Programs
Currently, there are fifteen community action agencies throughout south carolina.(CSBG is a federal block grant funded by the US Department of health and
Office of Economic Opportunity
1205 Pendleton Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Ph: (803) 734-0662
Fax: (803) 734-0356
C ommunity S ervices B lock G rant (CSBG)
provides an array of funding for vital communtiy initiatives, including assistance for education, employment, emergencies, housing and health care. Community programs are intended to encourage families toward self-sufficiency. CSBG programs are implemented each year through regional community action agencies. Currently, there are fifteen community action agencies throughout South Carolina.
(CSBG is a federal block grant funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services). C ommunity F N makes funding available for nutrition information, health care and food assistance through community action agencies.
G eneral E mergency A ssistance P rogram (GEAP) The Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) provides General Emergency Assistance to assist with utility bills, food, clothing and medical services. The need must be of an emergency nature in order to qualify for assistance. L ocal I nitiative P rojects are services and activities which target the anti-poverty goals as set forth in Section 675(C)(1) of the CSBG Act. Those include projects pertaining to employment, education, income management, energy, health, emergency, housing, nutrition and other areas in which there may be obstacles that impede the attainment of social and economic self-sufficiency by low-income persons.

35. - Benefits Report
south carolina Special Supplemental nutrition Program for Women, Infants, The program is administered by the south carolina Department of health and

36. Food And Nutrition: Kids Are Helping Themselves To Healthy Lunches
Vivian Pilant, state food service director for south carolina, According toCharles Kirby, director of special nutrition programs for FNS southeast
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Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with It's free! Save it. Kids Are Helping Themselves to Healthy Lunches State school food service directors in the Southeast identified better merchandising as a primary need 3 years ago. The first joint project to address this need was the development of the "School Recipe Portfolio' merchandising manual. Developed by eight states in cooperation with the Southeast Regional Office of USDA's Food and Nutrition Service, the manual shows how the school meal recipes should look on the serving line and gives "how to' ideas for easy and attractive garnishes.

37. State Agencies Administering The Child Nutrition Programs
Bureau of Child nutrition programs Florida Department of health 4052 Bald CypressWay, south carolina NSLP State Director Office of School Food Services
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Child Nutrition Programs
Alabama Department of Education
Gordon Persons Building
50 North Ripley Street, Room 5301
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-2101
Phone: 334-242-1988
Fax: 334-353-5388 Alaska NSLP, CACFP, SFSP
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Child Nutrition Programs 801 West 10th Street, Suite 200 Juneau, Alaska 99801-1894 Phone: 907-465-8708 Fax: 907-465-8910 Arizona NSLP, CACFP, SFSP State Director Health and Nutrition Services State Department of Education 1535 West Jefferson Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Phone: 602-542-8709 Fax: 602-542-1531 Arkansas NSLP (Public) State Director Child Nutrition Section Department of Education Executive Building Suite 404 2020 West 3rd Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72205-4465 Phone: 501-324-9502 Fax: 501-324-9505 Arkansas NSLP (Private), CACFP, SFSP State Director Special Nutrition Programs Slot S155 Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education Department of Human Services Post Office Box 1437 Little Rock, Arkansas 72203-1437

38. Human Nutrition
The DPD program provides the opportunity for south carolina residents to remain unique nutritional and health concerns and conditions in south carolina. mission and goals.htm
302 Life Sciences Building, Rock Hill, SC 29733 • 803/323-2101 • 803/323-2254 (Fax) Winthrop University Mission, Vision and Plans University Organization Chart College of Arts and Sciences Mission Department Mission ... Subscribe Unsubscribe Class List Serves Didactic Program in Dietetics Mission Statement The department offers one of three DPD programs in South Carolina, providing education for the majority of dietetics students in South Carolina and the Charlotte, North Carolina area. This is an important service given the severe shortage of dietitians in parts of South Carolina. Dietetics education offered by our department plays a unique role in the process necessary for meeting dietetic registration eligibility requirements for Carolinians. The DPD program provides the opportunity for South Carolina residents to remain in state for their dietetics education, as well as continuing to serve the needs of individuals from other states and countries. Didactic Program in Dietetics Goals and Objectives 1. Graduates will have a broad educational background in the physical, biological, behavioral, social and communication sciences, along with specialization in the areas of food and nutrition.

39. Dole 5 A Day - We Make 5 A Day Fun!
south carolina, developed a nutrition program for their special education students For information on Dole’s nutrition and health program, visit

40. The Healthy South Carolina Initiative
The Lighten Up program continues to teach nutrition and health information churches (20) African American in both North carolina and south carolina.

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Introduction Goals and Objectives 28 Initiatives ... Monitoring and Evaluation
A Church Based Approach to Lifestyle Change
Brent M. Egan, MD
College of Medicine
Specific Aims:
  • Evaluate participation in a lifestyle education program in churches and its use of a newsletter, group retreats, and telephone support network Evaluate cardiovascular risk at baseline, end of the 10-week educational program called "Lighten up," and one year after baseline
Click here to redirect to the Lighten Up website. ( Results:
  • The program has reached over 700 participants through 35 churches (20) African American in both North Carolina and South Carolina. Significant improvements in weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides and glucose levels by 10 weeks and differences noted in weight and systolic blood pressure by one year after completing the course. Parish Nurses are provided training and Education Manuals to develop programs in their faith communities.

For more information contact
Mary Joan Oexmann, MS RD

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