Fun With Fruits and Veggies on Flathead Reservation
IN THIS ISSUE: As we’ve mentioned in previous articles, diabetes and obesity are major problems in Native American communities. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we’re featuring several of our very own PreventObesity.net Leaders who are working to help Native American children become healthier.
We recently heard from a PreventObesity.net Leader who is in her first year of a program called FoodCorps―a “nationwide team of AmeriCorps leaders who connect kids to real food and help them grow up healthy.” Olivia DeJohn works with two school districts on the Flathead Reservation in western Montana. Read more about Olivia and her work here.
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TIME for Kids Seeks Input on Sugary Drink TaxesNovember 2014
IN THIS ISSUE: This week, over 3 million kids will read about the Berkeley soda tax in TIME for Kids and be asked to give their opinion in a poll on whether sugary drinks shoul
Working on Native American Health? We Want to Hear From You!November 2014
November is Native American Heritage Month, and we want to hear from those of you working to help improve the health of Native American youth across the country.
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