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81. USC Prevention Research Center :: PA Links :: State Health Departments
The Obesity Prevention Program website has physical activity, nutrition, andobesity links that are categorized into south carolina Department of health
730 Devine Street
Columbia, SC 29208
p: 803.777.4253
f: 803.777.9007
e: USC THIS SITE Alabama Department of Public Health

The Alabama Department of Health's Physical Activity site contains general information on physical activity, including benefits, recommendations, and links. It also contains downloadable physical activity pyramids for adults and kids. California Department of Health Services

California's Department of Health Service's Physical Activity page contains a list of PA events across the state as well as general physical activity information and links. Connecticut Department of Health

The Obesity Prevention Program website has physical activity, nutrition, and obesity links that are categorized into school, worksite, community, healthcare, and individual. Delaware Division of Public Health

82. Nutrition Graduate Programs In United Kingdom And Ireland
Directory of graduate and postgraduate programs, including program descriptions, M.Sc. - nutrition, Physical Activity, and Public health
Graduate Schools in United Kingdom and Ireland
Sponsoring Institutions:
Center for International Studies
Click here for information on becoming a sponsoring institution
General Listings:
Bath Spa University
Nutrition, Diet and Lifestyle
International Office, Bath Spa University, Newton Park
Bath, BA2 9BN England, U.K.
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Research degrees are awarded through the submission of a thesis and an oral examination. In the case of creative work, this is presented in relation to the thesis written by the candidate and set in its relevant theoretical, historical, critical or design context.
Degrees Offered:
Ph.D. British Council USA British Embassy Graduate Degrees 3100 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20008-3600 Phone: The British Council USA actively promotes UK education and training through our online office in Washington, DC (our office is not open to the public). On our website you will find all the information you need to expand your horizons by studying abroad. Order university application forms, information leaflets, and popular guides to living in the UK. Learn what universities are best for your interests and what financial aid is available. Apply for the Marshall Scholarship - a major scholarship program designed to bring American graduate students to the UK. Through our work in arts, science and technology and education, we endeavor to promote an image of the UK that is up to date, vibrant, in the vanguard of new thinking and fully representative of our geographic and cultural diversity.

83. Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP)home Page
Public health Agency of Canada / Agence de santé publique du Canada Baker LakePrenatal nutrition Program, Baker Lake, Nunavut Epit Nuji Ilmuet (Woman
All children Prenatal - 6 years Children - Adolescents 7-18 Years Family / Parenting ... Programs
About the Program outlines how our projects assist our clients and communities. Projects Directory On Line is a complete list of CPNP Projects across the country including sponsor name, project title and project description CAPC / CPNP Catalogue is a listing of products and resources available from or in use by CAPC and CPNP projects, including books, pamphlets, videos, tool boxes, etc. Regional Contacts For more information about funding or priorities, please contact a CPNP program consultant in your region.
Project Profile
Read more about the innovation and accomplishment of a community based CPNP project.
Reaching Canadian Communities
A Portrait of Participants
Contact Us Help ... PHAC Home
Last Updated: 2005-04-19 Important Notices

84. Office Of Nutrition Policy And Promotion
health Canada / Santé Canada Government of Canada Welcome to the Officeof nutrition Policy and Promotion . can now be found at
Français Contact Us Help Search ... Nutrition Labelling "Welcome to the Office of Nutrition Policy and Promotion" can now be found at: Please update your bookmarks accordingly. Last updated - 2002-08-13 Important Notices

85. Nutrition, Food Safety,&Health
The goal of the nutrition, Food Safety, and health program is to help SouthCarolina citizens make healthy food choices and handle food safety.
** You need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to access some of the publications listed below.
If you do not have it installed on your computer, you can download it now. Consumers are bombarded with food and nutrition information every day. Translating nutrition concerns into improved dietary decisions is difficult. Who and what to believe are confusing and frustrating decisions. These challenges call for creative educational solutions.
The Facts
  • In South Carolina, deaths from heart disease, cancer, and stroke are above the national average. High blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity affect the health of many adults and youth. All of these conditions can be related to poor dietary habits.
    Almost half of the food dollar is spent on food eaten away from home where wise dietary choices are frequently hard to make.
    The safety of food is a major concern to consumers. Research confirms that consumers need assistance in handling food at home, as this is often a source of foodborne illness.
    Families with limited resources find it difficult to afford an adequate and nutritious diet. Government assisted food programs are changing.

86. Health
School of Dietetics and Human nutrition . 1 The School. 1.1 Location 2.1 Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program - B.Sc.(N.)
Table of Contents
- Welcome to McGill! - - About This Calendar - - General University Information and Regulations- 1 General Information ... 7.4 Courses

87. Master Of Health Science (M.H.Sc.) Program In Community Nutrition - Department O
Master Of health Science (MHSc.) Program in Community nutrition The Communitynutrition program provides students with knowledge and skills that are
Master Of Health Science (M.H.Sc.) Program in Community Nutrition (This is not the same as the M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs.)
Program Director Melanie Morris
Phone: (416) 978-3617
Fax: (416) 978-5882
Email: Introduction - The M.H.Sc. Program The M.H.Sc. Program in Community Nutrition is a professional program administered jointly by the Department of Public Health Sciences and the Department of Nutritional Sciences. It is one of six specializations within the M.H.Sc. program. The Community Nutrition specialization offers education in advanced level community nutrition practice and entry level dietetic practice. The entry-level component has been accredited by Dietitians of Canada. Graduates are eligible for membership in Dietitians of Canada and provincial regulatory bodies. Course Work Several courses that focus on aspects of community health are taken along with students from other specializations. Many courses are nutrition and food related. Elective courses are taken according to individual interests and learning objectives. Adult education, program evaluation, health promotion, and health communications are examples of elective courses. Students who are members of professional/regulatory bodies may replace selected entry-level courses with electives of their choice. For specific course information see the Department of Public Health Sciences website,

88. 2004 Press Release
Healthy Start ProgramNutrition and Fitness Services Easter Seals Oregon Scranton, south carolina. Atlanta AfterSchool All-Stars Program

ADA Home Page
General Mills Champions Grants Awarded to Help Children Nationwide Develop Skills to Eat Healthy and Stay Fit MINNEAPOLIS(BUSINESS WIRE)May 24, 2004
Program is a Partnership of the General Mills Foundation, American Dietetic Association Foundation and President's Challenge Fifty nonprofit community groups across the U.S. received grants totaling $500,000 from the General Mills Foundation to support pioneering programs that help children develop lifelong nutrition and physical fitness habits. Now in its second year, the General Mills Champions program is a long-term partnership between the General Mills Foundation, the American Dietetic Association Foundation and the President's Challenge. Additional components of the initiative include sponsorship of the Presidential Active Lifestyle Awards (PALA), as well as the development of nutrition and fitness mentoring models. The initiative provides grants of $10,000 to schools or nonprofit community groups with programs that equip children and their families with skills they need to eat a balanced diet and exercise on a regular basis. This year's grant winners include programs such as Splash! Kids Aquatic Program for low-income African-American families in Philadelphia. Others include the Reading, Running and Celery Sticks program in St. Louis that combines physical activities with a reading program for 3-5-year-olds; Portland's Healthy Start Program-Nutrition and Fitness Services that targets first-time mothers between the ages of 16 and 20; Give Me Five, an after-school program in Paul, Idaho in which healthy snacks will be served, 20 minutes will be devoted to physical activities, and a registered dietitian will present a weekly nutrition activity for students.

89. BHPR - Public Health Traineeship
University of south carolina, Cheryl L. Addy, Ph.D., Public HealthTraineeship program contact Cecelia Maryland,,
The javascript used on this site for creative design effects is not supported by your browser. Please note that this will not affect access to the content on this web site. Setup Instructions Public Health Traineeship
FY 2004 Grant Contacts
These grants support traineeships for students in graduate health educational programs in accredited institutions. The awarded institutions than determine which students to select for their federally funded projects. Provides traineeships for individuals in fields where there is a severe shortage. Shortage fields are identified by statute and include epidemiology, environmental health, biostatistics, toxicology, nutrition, and maternal and child health. Grantees are encouraged to increase the number of underrepresented minorities and graduates who serve in underserved areas. Grants are awarded to accredited schools of public health and other public or nonprofit private institutions accredited to provide graduate or specialized training in public health.

90. Master Of Public Health Program
The Master of Public health (MPH) program includes the five core areas within Dee K. Vernberg, MPH, University of south carolina, Ph.D., University of
MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH Public Health Program Director Carol Ann Holcomb, Ph.D., C.H.E.S.
Department of Human Nutrition
210 Justin Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-1407
Email: Coordinating Committee Betsy Barrett, Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional Management and Dietetics
Daniel Y.C. Fung, Animal Science/Food Safety
Carol Ann Holcomb, Human Nutrition
Mary McElroy, Kinesiology
Manuel Moro, Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology Graduate Faculty Betsy Barrett, Ph.D., Kansas State University
Tom Barstow, Ph.D., University of California-Davis
Richard C. Baybutt, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University Deborah D. Canter, Ph.D., University of Tennessee Delores Chambers, Ph.D., Kansas State University Edgar Chambers IV, Ph.D., Kansas State University M.M. Chengappa, Ph.D., Michigan State University David Dzewaltowski, Ph.D., University of Iowa Daniel Y.C. Fung, MSPH, University of North Carolina, Ph.D., Iowa State University Roman Ganta, Ph.D., All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi Kathy K. Grunewald, Ph.D., University of Kentucky

91. Teens—HoH SC
Teens ­ Promoting healthy Life Styles in south carolina. Hands on healthSCstaff teamed up with healthcare Pathway Program students from North

92. Graduate Studies Human Nutrition
The Human nutrition Graduate Program offers MSc and PhD degrees through theFaculty of Graduate Fundamentals of nutrition/Vitamins, Minerals, health

93. AoA Homepage > Professionals > SENIOR Grants Program
Four health program areas clinical preventive services, physical activity,chronic disease south carolina – Physical Activity SC PACE Senior Project
Skip Navigation Key Topics please select one -AoA Downloads -AoA Photos -Alzheimer's Disease -The Assistant Secretary -For Caregivers -Current Budget Info -Disaster Assistance -Events Calendar -Fact Sheets -History -Housing -In the News -Media Advisories -Mission -NAIC (Old Site) -Nutrition -Older Americans Act -Older Americans Month -Organizational Chart -Performance Plans -Press Releases -Regional Support Centers -State and Area Agencies on Aging -Visits of the Assistant Secretary -Volunteer Opportunities -Chinese Translation -German Translation -Spanish Translation -French Translation -Italian Translation -Japanese Translation -Korean Translation -Portuguese Translation Your Browser does not support javascript, so the search function on this page is disabled About AoA Press Room Elders and Families Professionals ... Professionals (SENIOR) Grants Program Professionals Addressing Diversity Aging Internet Information Notes Aging Network AoA Programs ... Transportation State-based Examples of Network Innovation, Opportunity, and Replication
(SENIOR) Grants Program The purpose of the SENIOR Grant Program is to demonstrate effective collaboration of State Health Departments and State Units on Aging to implement local evidence-based health promotion and disease prevention programs for older adults.

94. Center For Research In Nutrition And Health Disparities
The goal of this Seed Grant Program is to fund the work needed to develop Any area of research related to nutrition and health disparities is eligible
... FACULTY / STAFF The Center for Research in Nutrition and Health Disparities, Arnold School of Public Health recently invited applications for research projects focused on understanding the role of nutrition in health disparities. Proposals were due March 15, 2005. The decision is now pending regarding the 2005 Seed Grant recipient. The goal of this Seed Grant Program is to fund the work needed to develop an NIH proposal in an area related to nutrition and health disparities. Up to two projects at up to $20,000 for one year will be funded. We also hope to foster interdisciplinary research in this area, and encourage applications that involve collaborations between researchers from two or more departments within the school, other disciplines in addition to nutrition, and those involving scientists from other schools within USC and at other institutions. Topics of interest may include (but are not limited to) studies of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and obesity, and may include basic science, clinical, translational, or community intervention research Program Goals:

  • Provide initial project support for new investigators; allow exploration of possible innovative new directions for established investigators in nutrition sciences or health disparities research that represent a significant departure from ongoing funded research; and stimulate investigators from other areas of endeavor to use their expertise for nutrition and health disparities research.

95. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Epidemiology
Environmental Epidemiology, Nutritional Epidemiology, Reproductive Epidemiology University of south carolina, Arnold School of Public health
The WWW Virtual Library Medicine and Health : Epidemiology
Government Agencies University Sites Professional Societies Cancer Epidemiology ... Related Sites This page is maintained by the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of California San Francisco . Please mail the maintainer ( with any additions, changes, comments or suggestions.
Government Agencies and International Organizations

96. USC Prevention Research Center :: PRC Affiliated Projects :: Current Projects
University of south carolina PRC Home Arnold School of Public health Home Prevention Research Center s healthy Aging Research Network (HAN)
730 Devine Street
Columbia, SC 29208
p: 803.777.4253
f: 803.777.9007
e: USC THIS SITE Prevention Research Center's Healthy Aging Research Network (HAN) FUNDING SOURCE: Centers for Disease Control - National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion TIMELINE: Sept. 30, 2001 - Sept. 29, 2009 PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Sara Wilcox, PhD (USC EX-SCI)
Katherine Leigh, PhD (USC CHSPR)
Ken Watkins, PhD (USC HPEB)
Harriet Williams, PhD (USC SPH) Consistent with the work completed to date by the Network, and in accordance with CDC recommendations, the specific aims of the PRC HAN are to:
  • synthesize scientific information on the determinants of healthy aging, intervention research, and/or translation research for programs in healthy aging, conduct research on the effectiveness of community-based interventions for which evidence is insufficient to justify a CDC recommendation, evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of community-based programs
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    98. Senior Nutrition Scientist - Johanna T. Dwyer, D.Sc., R.D.
    of the Society for nutrition Education, and a past member of the Program As a Robert Wood Johnson health Policy Fellow (19801981), she served on
    Johanna T. Dwyer, D.Sc., R.D., Senior Nutrition Scientist
    Dr. Dwyer was a member of the Year 2000 Dietary Guidelines Committee. She has served as a study section member for the National Institutes of Health, and also served on the Board of Scientific Counselors for the National Cancer Institute’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control. As a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow (1980-1981), she served on the personal staffs of Senator Richard Lugar (R-Indiana) and the Hon. Barbara Mikulski (D-Maryland). During 1976 she served on President Carter’s President’s Reorganization Project in the Executive Office of the President, the White House. She also was vice chair and later chair of the food advisory group of the Office of Technology Assessment, US Congress. In 1969 she served as a special assistant to the President for the White House Council on Food, Nutrition and Health.
    Dr. Dwyer received the W. O. Atwater Award in 1996 from the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the J. Harvey Wiley Award from the Society for Nutrition Education and the American Dietetic Association’s Medallion award.
    For the Tufts portion of her time Dwyer serves as the Director of the Frances Stern Nutrition Center at Tufts-New England Medical Center, Professor of Medicine (Nutrition) and Community Health at the Tufts University Medical School, and Professor of Nutrition at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. She is also Senior Scientist at the Jean Mayer/USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University.

    99. Nutrition Graduate Programs In Canada
    Phone 1416-978-2422 Fax 1-416-978-5882 Degrees Offered M.Sc.- nutritionalSciences; MHSc. - Community nutrition (program jointly with Community health);
    Graduate Schools in Canada
    Sponsoring Institutions:
    Click here for information on becoming a sponsoring institution
    General Listings:
    McGill University
    Faculty of Graduate Studies
    Human Nutrition
    21111 Lakeshore Rd.
    St Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, H9X 3V9 Canada
    Click to send E-mail to:

    The School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in the broad fields of basic and applied human nutrition. Areas of interest include: basic research in energy; carbohydrate and lipid metabolism; clinical nutrition undertaken in the research facilities of the Crabtree Laboratories at the Royal Victoria Hospital as well as other hospitals; and community nutrition in Canada and abroad. The Centre for Nutrition and the Environment of Indigenous Peoples within the School provides an opportunity to study nutritional issues affecting indigenous populations.
    Degrees Offered:
    M.Sc.; Ph.D. McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences Medical Sciences 1200 Main Street West, Room 3N10 Hamilton, Ontario L8N 3Z5 Canada

    100. Health Canada - Healthy Living - Food Nutrition
    Encouraging Canadians to take a more active role in their health is one way that Food nutrition. A bowl of fruit The mission of the Food Program is to

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