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41. Holistic Nutrition Natural Health Programs - 4 College Search
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42. Steps To A HealthierUS - Prevention Portfolio - Prevention Programs In Action
Physical Activity and nutrition Program 4300 Cherry Creek Drive south HPDPA5 Program Example The North carolina Healthy Weight Initiative is the
Addressing Lifestyle Changes
Nutrition and Physical Activity (Obesity)
Colorado: Launching Colorado on the Move TM : A Comprehensive Effort to Increase Physical Activity
Public Health Problem
Between 1987 and 2000, obesity reached epidemic proportions in the United States, with more than 45 million adults classified as obese. In Colorado, adult obesity (body mass index [BMI] 30) rates increased from 6.9% in 1990 to 14.9% in 2001; the prevalence of overweight (BMI 25) among adults also rose from 36.7% to 51.6% during those years. Evidence That Prevention Works
Research has demonstrated that preventive measures such as improved nutrition, tobacco cessation, increased physical activity, and early detection and intervention may prevent heart disease, stroke, and other chronic diseases. Physical activity helps to control weight; contributes to healthy bones, muscles, and joints; reduces falls among the elderly; helps to relieve the pain of arthritis; reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression; and is associated with fewer hospitalizations, physician visits, and medications. Program Example
Through a partnership with the University of Colorado Health Sciences, the Colorado Physical Activity and Nutrition Program is implementing two community interventions in Peetz, Colorado, which has a large rural population, and in the Denver Metro Black Churches, which allows program coordinators to work in an already established urban and African American setting to reach high-risk populations. These interventions focus on a physical activity component to encourage participants to walk 2,000 steps a day more than they walked before the program. Pedometers are offered to assist participants in their efforts. Additional worksites and community sites throughout the state are also participating. The intervention will introduce a nutrition component as well, most likely promoting a 5 A Day campaign. The program has been named

43. South Carolina Public Health Association
and lifestyle habits to promote optimal health for the citizens of south carolina.nutrition Section Chair Carolyn Chestnut Public health Nursing
SCPHA Sections
The Association is comprised of 10 sections, offering membership involvement in activities representing a wide variety of disciplines and interests. To send an email to the section chair, simply click on their name. Following are brief descriptions of the 10 sections:
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
This Section provides a forum for public health professionals from all disciplines to learn about the negative impact of substance abuse on individual, family and community health. Activities are aimed at increasing awareness of the interrelationship of the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs on a variety of public health and safety problems.
ATOD Section Chair: Cheryl Azouri-Long
Disease Control
This Section works to prevent and control both infectious and chronic diseases. In pursuit of this goal, the section addresses primary and secondary prevention of controllable diseases and explores innovative methods for disease control.
Disease Control Section Chair: Pamela Davis
Environmental Health
This Section promotes public health by working to protect the environment. Members of this section are principally from the field of environmental engineering, sanitation, planning and management and directors of health care programs, service units and facilities.

44. 2000 National Doctoral Program Survey - Reports For Programs In South Carolina
Reports for programs in south carolina. Program reports are available for US Food Science and Human nutrition Department Discuss 3 responses
The 2000 National Doctoral Program Survey
Released October 17, 2001 Tell a friend! Survey Home Aggregate Results Program Results ... Select a State
Reports for Programs in South Carolina
Program reports are available for U.S. programs from which at least 10 responses were received. Clemson University [Summary] Bioengineering Department [Discuss] - 1 response Biological Sciences Department (Zoology) [Discuss] - 4 responses Business and Public Affairs - Management Dept (Management Science) [Discuss] - 2 responses Chemistry Department [Results] [Discuss] - 10 responses Food Science and Human Nutrition Department [Discuss] - 3 responses Genetics Program [Discuss] - 2 responses Industrial Engineering Department [Discuss] - 1 response Mathematical Sciences Department [Discuss] - 6 responses Physics and Astronomy Department [Discuss] - 2 responses Medical University of South Carolina [Summary] Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department [Discuss] - 1 response Biometry and Epidemiology Department [Results] [Discuss] - 11 responses Cell and Molecular Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Dept [Discuss] - 9 responses Microbiology and Immunology Department [Discuss] - 7 responses [Results] [Discuss] - 12 responses [Discuss] - 4 responses Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Department [Discuss] - 3 responses Pharmacy College (Pharmaceutical Sciences) [Discuss] - 4 responses Physiology and Neuroscience Department [Discuss] - 2 responses University of South Carolina at Columbia [Summary] Biological Sciences Department [Results] ... [Discuss] - 13 responses

45. Partnership Members
Medical University of south carolina Weight Managemant Center, Charleston, SC.Metyroplex health and nutrition Services, Inc., Washington, DC
Partnership Principles The Partnership subscribes to the following principles Partnership Members Organizations American Association of Lifestyle Counselors, Dallas, TX American Dietetic Association, Chicago, IL American Obesity Association, Washington, D.C. American Society for Clinical Nutrition, Bethesda, MD American Society of Bariatric Physicians, Englewood, CO American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Gainesville, FL The Center for Bariatric Medicine, Roanoke, VA Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA Comprehensive Weight Control, Rockville, MD Department of Nutrition Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL Division of Nutrition Research Coordination, National Institutes of Heath, Bethesda, MD, Deerfield Beach, FL Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Washington, DC The George Washington University Obesity Management Program, Washington, D.C. Health Management Resources, Boston, MA Jenny Craig, Inc., Del Mar, CA Knoll Pharmaceutical Company, Mt. Olive, NJ

46. Eat Right South Carolina -- South Carolina Dietetic Association
profitgenerating nutrition programs, functions as a member of the Positions include south carolina Retirement, State health Insurance,
GO NUTS : Nuts were once thought taboo on a heart healthy or weight loss diet because of their high fat content. But recent studies show that nuts ward off heart disease and prostate cancer. Nuts are cholesterol free and shell-full of important nutrients, including protein and fiber.
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47. ACM Doctoral Programs
DPH, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of south carolina, SC DrPH,nutrition, University of North carolina at Chapel Hill, NC
Participating States
Participating Colleges

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Doctoral Programs for Delaware Residents in the ACM
Listed Alphabetically
Programs in the ACM are selected by the participating institutions and are subject to change . In addition, some states and colleges restrict ACM access If you are interested in a program that is not listed, please contact the ACM Coordinator Degree Programs Institution State PhD Ancient Egyptian History University of Memphis TN PhD Anthropology TX PhD Anthropology University of Oklahoma OK PhD Anthropology University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN PhD Architecture Georgia Institute of Technology GA PhD Architecture TX PhD Astronomy University of Florida FL AuD Audiology Towson University MD AuD Audiology University of Memphis TN AuD Audiology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill NC AuD Audiology (Communicative Disorders) University of Louisville KY PhD Cognitive Science Mississippi State University MS PhD Communication Sciences and Disorders East Carolina University NC PhD

48. Department Of Human Nutrition Faculty
Public health Psychology of Physical Activity and nutrition, Community health Stewart Trost, Ph.D. 1998, University of south carolina, Columbia,
Faculty Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors Instructors ... Extension Associates Professors Denis M. Medeiros, Department Head Ph.D., RD 1981, Clemson University: The role of copper-deficiency in the development of cardiac hypertrophy. Impact of trace elemental deficiences upon ultrastructural, physiological and molecular aspects of the heart.
Edgar Chambers IV , Ph.D. 1980, Kansas State University: Sensory analysis and testing with trained panels and consumers. Research focuses on testing of sensory methodology with food and non-food products; food/beverage flavor; product development; flavor transfer in packaging; and sensory testing of textiles, paper, automotive finishes, and other consumer goods.
Katharine K. Grunewald , Ph.D., R.D. 1979, University of Kentucky: Nutrition and exercise, particularly effects on adiposity and muscle development; physical fitness; sports nutrition; and obesity.

49. About Our "Food, Nutrition And Health" Programs
Extension is addressing these concerns with the following programs. North carolina Cooperative Extension. Food, nutrition health Graham County

Graham County
About Our "Food, Nutrition and Health" Programs
Food Preservation and Safety
Food safety is an area of concern in Graham County. Food borne illness can result when individuals consume unsafe food. Poor food handling practices foster the development of bacteria,molds, and viruses that can lead to food borne illness. Consumers have access to a wide range of nutrition information via television, the Internet, and written materials. However, it is important to differentiate between sound information and fads. Cooperative Extension promotes good nutrition by providing consumers with research based information that will enable them to make healthier choices. Graham County Cooperative Extension has all the latest research-based information concerning food preservation and safety and equipment to test pressure canner gauges. For more information contact Family and Consumer Education Agent Linda Buchanan at 828-479-7979 or email at
There is growing public interest in nutrition as it relates to chronic disease. Healthy dietary choices can aid in controlling conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes. Weight control continues to be an issue of much debate. In the quest for the "perfect" body many are turning to fad diets and quick fixes. Graham County Cooperative Extension focuses on teaching county citizens the basics of good Nutrition, Weight Management and Heart Healthy Food Choices. Partners in Wellness, a food safety and nutrition program for senior citizens is presented frequently at the local senior centers. Programs for all age groups will be offered on a regular basis throughout the year.

50. Childhood Obesity And Nutrition Briefing Document American
CMS Web Site on the State Children s health Insurance Program (SCHIP) New York, North carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, south carolina, Vermont and Washington.

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Recent Studies
  • Economic Impact Studies
    According to a study published in the January 21 issue of Obesity Research, providing medical treatment to obese Americans cost $75 billion in 2003. The study, State-Level Estimates of Annual Medical Expenditures Attributable to Obesity , was sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control to estimate the state-by-state costs of obesity, separate from costs incurred from those related to overweight, which cumatively amounts to $93 billion. Several state legislators have been confronted with concrete numbers of how much obesity has affected their states in terms of health care costs, from $87 million in Wyoming to $7.7 billion in California. These numbers may be used by lawmakers to justify obesity related legislation touching on snack taxes, physical education standards and vending machine restrictions.

51. 2005 DGAC Report - Part G. Appendices, Sect. 7. Biographical Sketches Of DGAC Me
She is program leader for nutrition, physical fitness, and rehabilitation for the In 1974 he joined the faculty of the University of south carolina,
Nutrition and Your Health:
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Appendix G-7: Biographical Sketches of the 2005 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Members
Janet King, Ph.D., R.D., Chair Dr. King joined Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute as a lead scientist in February 2003. She also holds appointments as Professor of Nutrition and Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of California, Davis, and Professor Emeritus of Nutrition at the University of California, Berkeley. Previously, she directed the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Western Human Nutrition Research Center for 8 years. She was a faculty member in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, for 23 years and chaired the Department from 1988 to 1994. Dr. King has published more than 200 papers and abstracts and has trained more than 50 graduate students, postdoctoral Fellows, and visiting scientists. In addition to maintaining an active research program, she has been committed to translating research findings into policy and practice throughout her career. In recognition of her international and national reputation, Dr. King was elected to membership in the IOM/National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in 1994. She has a Ph.D. in nutrition from the University of California, Berkeley.

52. ACF - Programs
nutrition Assistance programs (US Department of Agriculture) Florida, Georgia,Kentucky, Mississippi, North carolina, south carolina, and Tennessee
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Are you looking for information on how to get assistance for yourself, your family, or a friend? If so, you may find our Contacts page helpful in finding assistance near you. Are you looking for general information about Federal programs serving children and families? On this page you will find links to information on the programs overseen by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). ACF oversees about 60 programs that provide funds to state, local, and tribal organizations, both public and private. ACF also has several partnership projects, Federal Committees, and clearinghouses that provide the public with a variety of resources. This page links to programs, regional offices , clearinghouses, committees, and special projects.

53. School Of Public Health Highlights
26th Annual Public health nutrition Update Syndrome X during which 200 publichealth managers from Georgia, North carolina, south carolina and Virginia


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Biostatistics Chile collaboration draws Latin American students
In an exciting multinational collaboration, various faculty members have continued to teach in the School of Public Health at the Universidad de Chile Summer School, January 2000 and January 2001. In addition to providing the faculty an opportunity to share knowledge and information internationally, the program has helped the School attract top students from Latin America.
Faculty participants include C. E. Davis, professor and chair, Gary Koch, professor, Shrikant Bangdiwala, research associate professor, Dana Loomis, associate professor, Gerardo Heiss, professor. Argentina collaboration allows doctoral training
Danyu Lin is Dennis Gillings Distinguished Professor
Dennis Gillings, Danyu Lin, and Dean Bill Roper Professor Danyu Lin joined the Department of Biostatistics in January 2001 as the inaugural Dennis Gillings Professor. Lin is recognized as one of the leading statisticians in the area of survival analysis. The Dennis Gillings Distinguished
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Continuing Education The Office of Continuing Education presented more than 150 programs to health and human service professionals in 2000-2001. Two key events are highlighted below.

54. University Of South Carolina WellnessWorks!
Insert page title here. UNIVERSITY OF south carolina Here are lists of someof the best nutrition, fitness, and health resources on the web!
HEALTH AND WELLNESS CAMPUS WELLNESS WELLNESSWORKS ONGOING SERVICES ... BLATT PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER USC THIS SITE Anytime you're looking for wellness resources, don't discount the myriad of online websites and services available! Here are lists of some of the best nutrition, fitness, and health resources on the web! "The Partnership for Essential Nutrition is a broad-based group of non-profit consumer, nutrition and public health organizations formed in 2004 to promote programs, policies and research that will advance public understanding about the essentials of a nutritionally balanced diet for weight loss and beyond..." "Healthfinder® is an award-winning Federal Web site for consumers, developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services together with other Federal agencies. Since 1997, Healthfinder® has been recognized as a key resource for finding the best government and nonprofit health and human services information on the Internet. Healthfinder® links to carefully selected information and Web sites from over 1,700 health-related organizations." "Nutrition.Gov, a new federal resource, provides easy access to all online federal government information on nutrition. This national resource makes obtaining government information on nutrition, healthy eating, physical activity, and food safety, easily accessible in one place for many Americans...Additionally, this ne

55. Infant Nutrition Resources.
health Promotion and programs Canada Prenatal nutrition Program. health CanadaPublications Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9 Tel (613) 9545995 Fax (613) 941-5366
All children Prenatal - 6 years Children - Adolescents 7-18 Years Family / Parenting ... Publications Meeting the nutritional needs of infants is well recognized as essential for infants' healthy growth and development. For the best possible start in life, the Public Health Agency of Canada supports and promotes breastfeeding as the unequaled way to provide optimal nutritional, immunological and emotional nurturing of infants. The Public Health Agency of Canada also ensures that health professionals have the information they need to help parents and caregivers meet the growing nutritional needs of children from birth to 2 years of age. Nutrition for Healthy Term Infants
Nutrition for Healthy Term Infants is the new national statement on nutrition for infants from birth to 24 months, developed collaboratively by the Canadian Paediatric Society, Dietitians of Canada and Health Canada. The document summarizes the existing scientific literature on infant nutrition and presents principles and recommendations to help health care professionals promote optimal, evidence-based nutritional care for infants in Canada. Collaboration between the three key organizations involved in infant nutrition has produced unified messages for health professionals to deliver to the public. A Multicultural Perspective of Breastfeeding in Canada
"A Multicultural Perspective of Breastfeeding" provides a summary of various beliefs and practices underlying breastfeeding and related infant practices in Canada. It serves as a stepping stone to a mutual respect and understanding of cultural diversity.

56. State 5 A Day Coordinators
Chief, nutrition Cancer Prevention Program California Dept of health Services south carolina Dept of health Environmental Control

State 5 A Day Program Coordinators Listing
Jack Hataway, MD
Director, Division of Chronic Disease Prevention
Alabama Department of Public Health
434 Monroe Street
Montgomery, AL 36130-3017
Alaska Diane Peck, MPH, RD Nutrition Services Unit Section of Maternal, Child and Family Health Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services 1231 Gambell Street Anchorage, AK 99501 American Samoa Margaret Sesepasara, RN, MSN Public Health Nutrition, Department of Health American Samoa Government Pago Pago, Samoa 96799 Arizona Sharon Sass, RD Community Ed. Nutrition Consultant Arizona Dept. of Health Services Family Health Services 1740 W. Adams Street #203 Phoenix, AZ 85007 Arkansas David Rath, MA, RD, LD Nutrition Consultant Division of Nutrition Services Arkansas Department of Health 4815 West Markham, Slot #23 Little Rock, AR 72205-3867 California Sue Foerster, MPH, RD

57. American Public Health Association - Public Health Links
Public health nutrition Program health EducationProgram University of south carolina School of Public health
Schools of Public Health
(and other MPH programs)

58. - Benefits Report
North carolina Special Supplemental nutrition Program for Women, Infants, andChildren (WIC) The North carolina Department of health and Human Services,

59. Palmetto Health Residency Programs: Family Medicine
Innovative study programs at the University of south carolina could lead to anMPH or MBA, MN Family health Nursing, University of south carolina;
Since 1977, the Family Practice Residency at Palmetto Health Richland has taken pride in training more than 200 successful family practice physicians for South Carolina and the nation. About half of our residents are from South Carolina. Others come from across the country, attracted by our urban community practice, affiliations with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, our multi-skilled faculty and an excellent geographic location.
Family Practice Center
The Family Practice Center is located in a gorgeous brand new facility located on a corner of the Palmetto Health Richland campus. We aim to function as a large private group practice, as we combine quality healthcare delivery and state-of-the-art equipment with modern management procedures. We serve as a major healthcare provider to the community in a great setting for primary care education. An integrated computerized network is used for appointment scheduling and medical record documentation. All patient rooms, resident offices, nursing areas and study areas are fully equipped with computers for instant access to patient records, prescription writing and lab results. We boast great online teaching resources through Palmetto Health Richland's excellent infomatics service and through the SC AHEC on-line library resource. Patients from all walks of life are seen in the Family Practice Center and present a broad spectrum of clinical problems. Outpatient visits average 48,000 a year. The center is divided into two wings of patient care, both an east and west wing with separate nursing stations in each area. We have 38 patient rooms and an additional three procedure rooms. Nurses, residents and faculty work together as a functional team. This is vital to the creation of a supportive environment for primary care education and exemplary patient care. The center features...

60. Nutrition Research Newsletter: Evaluation Of The South Carolina Seniors Farmers'
of the south carolina Seniors Farmers Market nutrition Education Program Farmers markets / health aspects nutrition counseling / Evaluation
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South Carolina Department of Social Services piloted the SFMNP through the Councils on Aging in 13 counties. The program was effective May 1, 2001, through September 30, 2001. Fifteen thousand eligible seniors were given $50 in vouchers (5 vouchers worth $10 each). Seniors registered for the program at a variety of sites, including Council on Aging sites, community centers, and churches. Farmers were not permitted to make change for the vouchers, and some seniors could not spend the entire voucher with one vendor. Nearly all participants reported that the nutrition information given with the vouchers was helpful. Despite being provided with nutrition information, most seniors did not purchase a fruit or vegetable that they had never tried before. The most frequently cited barriers to not wanting to attend nutrition classes were a lack of available transportation and poor health.

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