August 26th, 2015
With fast food and pre-packaged food so readily available, one local program is teaching people how to make cost-effective and healthy meals while using food supplied by a local park, all at no cost to the participants.
The University of Georgia’s Extended Food Nutrition Education Program, located in Houston County, serves low-income families in the Middle Georgia area, including Cochran, Pulaski, Dooley, Crisp, Wilcox and Houston counties.
Read the full story at 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