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APPRECIATED: Retiring Barr Nutrition Center manager celebrated
Troy Messenger

APPRECIATED: Retiring Barr Nutrition Center manager celebrated

Troy Messenger - February 1, 2017

Tuesday was Martha Hall Appreciation Day at the Robert E. Barr Nutrition Center in Brundidge. Friends and family of the center’s manager gathered to ...

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No Honey Bun diet continues to pay off for Alabama's emerging star at running back
al.com, Alabama - October 15, 2017

Lighter and faster thanks in part to avoiding his favorite snack since June, Alabama's junior running back broke yet another long touchdown run Saturday night as he continues to establish himself as one of the nation's top running backs.The long TD run Saturday ...

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Try these three crucial nutrition tips
Gadsden Times, Alabama - May 8, 2017

The science of nutrition is constantly proving and disproving itself. While debunked myths like eating carbohydrates causes weight gain and eating before bedtime makes you fat still persist, what may have been thought of as fact in the past is not true today. Discerning ...

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State accepting public comments for 2017 nutrition program
Times Daily, Alabama - September 2, 2016

MONTGOMERY â The Alabama Department of Public Health is seeking public comments about the 2017 Women, Infants and Children nutrition program plan. The supplemental nutrition program for mothers, children and babies provides food vouchers to ...

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EXTENSION CORNER: Program seeks to strengthen family nutrition
Gadsden Times, Alabama - June 23, 2016

At program exit, 98 percent of Today’s Mom graduates delivered healthy weight babies. Maintaining a healthy diet and weight increases the likelihood of successful birth outcomes.The youth component of EFNEP focuses on nutrition education to contribute to personal ...

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Patients find nutrition rewards in program with Master Gardeners
Cullman Times Online, Alabama - July 5, 2015

âIt would involve cancer patients with a dual purpose of getting them out of the house, and eating a more healthy diet.â Glover went on to explain that the project was in fact a study which is still ongoing. The first order of business was finding

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