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School Lunch Program Findings Indicate Success
Combustible Grain Dust Prevention Workshop Planned
Dislike the Behavior, Love the Child
Horticultural Research Focuses on Increasing Antioxidant Content, Decreasing Disease
MANHATTAN, Kan. – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 70 percent of the U.S. population age 20 and older is overweight, with more than 35 percent of that population considered obese. Many people who are obese suffer from a number of degenerative health issues that need to be addressed and prevented, said C.B. Rajashekar, professor of food crops and phytochemicals in Kansas State University’s Department of Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources.
Kansas State University hosts national summit June 9-10 to improve rural access to healthy food
More Nutrient-Dense Foods for Everyone
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REPORT CARD ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH...
RURAL GROCERY STORES ARE VITAL...
UPDATING NUTRITION FACTS LABELS...
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Including Children in Holiday Activities is Best Gift
K-State Experts Address Ways to Reduce Thanksgiving Meal Costs
Push Processed Trans Fats Aside
Poor Bone Health