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Robeson County residents line up for disaster food and nutrition benefits


Robeson County residents line up for disaster food and nutrition benefits

WLOS - September 28, 2018

People spent hours in line Friday at the Robeson County Department of Social Services applying for the Disaster Food and Nutrition benefits program. (Photo ...

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Tips to manage nutrition at home
Havelock News, North Carolina - September 9, 2020

Deena Bouknight More Content Now Wednesday Sep 9, 2020 at 6:00 AM Erin Morse, chief clinical dietitian for UCLA Health in California, acknowledged that mealtimes have been and will continue to be — for the foreseeable ...

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Tips to manage nutrition at home
StarNewsOnline.com, North Carolina - September 9, 2020

Deena Bouknight More Content Now Wednesday Sep 9, 2020 at 6:00 AM Erin Morse, chief clinical dietitian for UCLA Health in California, acknowledged that mealtimes have been and will continue to be — for the foreseeable ...

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Help Wanted: ICOA's Senior Nutrition Program could use a helping hand
Statesville Record & Landmark, North Carolina - July 30, 2020

A knock signals a hot meal is about to come through Wade and Evelyn Campbell's front door. The two seniors are recipients of meals as part of the Iredell Council on Aging's Senior Nutrition Program and on Wednesday, Nancy Davis and Scott Harrell are the ones bringing ...

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Mountain Xpress
Mountain Xpress, North Carolina - July 9, 2020

Press release from the City of Asheville: The City of Asheville is pleased to announce that Asheville Parks & Recreation has been awarded an $80,000 grant from the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) for the development of a community nutrition ...

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Diet effects inflammation
Morganton News Herald, North Carolina - July 9, 2020

When you have excess inflammation in the body, known as chronic inflammation, it can lead to disease such as autoimmune disease, diabetes, heart disease and even cancer. In fact, inflammation is at the root of most disease. A poor diet is one of the biggest contributors ...

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