October 24th, 2014
Georgia is making slight progress in the fight against childhood obesity, but is expected make more headway, said University of Georgia food and nutrition expert Caree Cotwright. School lunch programs, controversial now because of a federal mandate to serve healthier food choices, aren’t the problem, said Cotwright. But school nutrition can make a big difference, she said, especially with low-income children whose main source of nutrition may be breakfast and lunch at school. For the full story, visit this link.
The UGA Student Dietetic Association is an organization run by students majoring in dietetics.
Initiative aims to reduce obesity-related health disparities among low-income African-Americans
Here I unfold a day at Tetteh Quarshei Hopsital and how it led to me knowing my purpose in life
How my mind changed about Ghana in 2 short weeks
The realizations I had on a 13 hour drive to Mole