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ICYMI: A Virtual Tour: Explore Nutrition Tools and Resources from USDA and HHS Websites

Aaron Weibe ·
We had a wonderful and very informative webinar yesterday with @Marcia Greenblum & @colleen.sideck from USDA, and @Holly H. McPeak from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services! During the webinar, these panelists guided participants through the different nutrition tools and resources found on the USDA and HHS sites. There were a TON of resources that they covered, and as promised - we wanted to share that list here: If you missed the webinar, you can find a recording of it here...
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Re: ICYMI: A Virtual Tour: Explore Nutrition Tools and Resources from USDA and HHS Websites

Robert N Masson ·
Please take me off this mailing list Robert Masson Assistant Agricultural Agent Yuma County Cooperative Extension 919-889-0855
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Re: Best thing you've shared recently?

Rose Massengill ·
Great post and so true. When someone invests their time in you or what are involved with- it means a great deal. Our ideas and creativity as contributions demonstrate investment in our work and thus our energy and passion.
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Re: Best thing you've shared recently?

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
I love this post! My husband - among other things - is a coach. He uses this example from John Wooden. The HBR piece is one of my favorites. Thanks, Karl!
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Best thing you've shared recently?

Karl Bradley ·
Completely out of the blue I asked my son this question... What's the best thing I've ever shared with you? We both moved on to other things & frankly I thought he'd forgotten. Eventually, he came over to me & said the best thing I'd shared with him was.........time! Well, needless to say, this blew me away. We all search for things in which to be proud of our kids but this simple answer struck me as profound for a teenager. The only thing we all have in common is time. A few years...
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Re: Nutrition and Physical Activity During Pregnancy

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Postpartum Nutrition and Physical Activity

Aaron Weibe ·
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RFA: Extension Collaborative on Immunization Teaching & Engagement (EXCITE) Immunization Education Pilot Projects (Activity 2)

Aaron Weibe ·
Extension Committee on Organization and Policy, Health Innovation Task Force Extension Foundation EXTENSION COLLABORATIVE ON IMMUNIZATION TEACHING AND ENGAGEMENT (EXCITE) IMMUNIZATION EDUCATION PILOT PROJECTS (ACTIVITY 2) DATES: MAY 1, 2021 - APRIL 30, 2023 ELIGIBILITY: The RFA for EXCITE Activity 2 is open to all Land Grant University CES professionals. Each LGU may apply as part of an unlimited number of lead and collaborating applications for EXCITE Activity 2. At most, one project per...
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Get better at anything!

Karl Bradley ·
Had the good fortune of carving out some time to finish a book that has made a quick impact on my life; " Triggers " by Marshall Goldsmith. The most powerful aspect of this book for me was self questioning . Heard about this technique from one of his social media posts & had been half-heartedly going through the motions of this technique. I needed some coaching on it for sure. He states that active questions make the most difference because of how they frame the responsibility. They...
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Are you ready?

Karl Bradley ·
Life isn’t happening to you it’s happening for you. Are you ready to lean into all the opportunities life brings? When was the last day you felt at your best? What does it mean to be ready ? When you're ready you feel prepared. You feel rested. To be the best we can be, it takes caring for our mental, physical, spiritual and emotional states. Taking care of what it means to be human. When we fail to prepare we're preparing to fail. To be the best we can be means helping others be the best...
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Values & Chronic Pain

Karl Bradley ·
Studies by the CDC and others have found upwards of 50 Million Americans live with some type of chronic pain. Advances in treatments are happening. While these vary greatly in availability and cost, here's one helpful connection we can all do for free! Our core values help define the direction we want our lives to move towards. They drive our decisions and actions. We are never "finished" moving toward our values. Being a loving partner or a helpful colleague are both values because you have...
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Cheryl Bush ·
Thank you, Karl! Just what I needed to start this and each day!
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Inform the Development of the Physical Activity Guidelines Midcourse Report on Older Adults Posted on November 8, 2021 by ODPHP

Holly H. McPeak ·
Posted on November 8, 2021 by HHS/ODPHP HHS is seeking public input to help inform the Physical Activity Guidelines Midcourse Report on older adults. HHS is requesting input through written comments and nominations of qualified candidates to support the development of the report. Learn More About the Call for Written Comments The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides science-based recommendations on how physical activity can help promote health and reduce the risk of chronic...
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Re: Step It Up Adding More Movement into your Day

Aaron Weibe ·
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Movement and Mental Health

Tramayne Richardson ·
As the pandemic continues, the rates of mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression steadily continue to climb. During times of quarantine, while working virtually, or when managing a new schedule, it is easy to forget about adding movement to your day. Sedentary activities like watching tv, video gaming and computer work are dominating our current society while mental health is on the decline. One approach to lowering bouts of anxiety and depression, improving mood, and gaining...
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Re: Movement and Mental Health

A. Renee' Hall ·
Such a great and timely article! We must continue to encourage physical activity among our nation's youth (and adults)! Thanks, Tramayne Richardson!
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Re: Benefits of Physical Activity for Seniors

Aaron Weibe ·
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Join Us for a Move Your Way® Webinar: The Physical Activity Guidelines in Action!

Holly H. McPeak ·
Register now: On April 27 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. ET, we’ll host an informational webinar highlighting success stories and lessons learned from select Move Your Way pilot communities. Join the conversation and learn about effective strategies from our pilot communities for using Move Your Way community resources.
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Re: Move Your Way® Webinar: The Physical Activity Guidelines in Action!

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: BeneFITS of Walking

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Invitation to participate in a feedback session about the Move Your Way campaign

Holly H. McPeak ·
The HHS/Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) is looking for participants for an upcoming feedback session about a new resource they’re developing. They are looking to talk to representatives from local health departments or other community organizations who aren’t yet familiar with the Move Your Way campaign to participate in a one-on-one feedback session. The sessions will be held the week of June 6th remotely via Zoom, a video teleconference platform and will last...
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Re: U and I Together: An activity series where all ages can learn!

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: U and I Together: An activity series where all ages can learn!

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior for Persons with Disabilities: Process to Practice

Aaron Weibe ·
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