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ICYMI: Healthy Eating, Social Media, & Lower Income Communities – A Research Review

Aaron Weibe ·
Yesterday, we hosted a webinar led by Jessica Larson - Public Affairs Specialist, Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, U.S. Department of Agriculture. She provided a research review that offered insights on how various SNAP-eligible audiences use social media channels, particularly when it comes to health and healthy eating. Participants had a chance to find out which platforms are preferred by different lower income populations to more effectively communicate healthy eating messages...
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Re: CRISES OF LEGITIMACY OF SCIENCE-WHAT CAN BE DONE?

Rick Klemme ·
Excellent blog post (although I am not sure that using French helps with the perceived arrogance of science and the academy😊). Anyway, here’s an editorial that was in the local Madison newspaper a couple of weeks ago that speaks to the challenge of communicating science (around COVID 19) that lays out some self-ownership that the science community needs in connecting with the public. Paul Fanlund | The Capital Times Even before vaccines became widely available, one could have predicted that...
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Check Out the New Consumer-Friendly Handouts Based on the Dietary Guidelines!

Holly H. McPeak ·
The HHS Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion has added 5 new consumer-friendly handouts based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025 to the Toolkit for Professionals at: https://health.gov/news/202112/check-out-new-consumer-friendly-handouts-based-dietary-guidelines
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Dietary Guidelines Professional and Consumer Resources Now Available in Spanish Este mensaje está en español debajo

Holly H. McPeak ·
As part of National Nutrition Month®, we are excited to announce that many of the professional and consumer resources for the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025 are now available in Spanish. We invite you to check out these new resources on DietaryGuidelines.gov . Thank you for the important work that you do every day to improve the health of Americans by encouraging healthy food and beverage choices in communities where you live and work. Print Materials/Materiales Impresos...
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There’s Still Time to Register for the First Meeting of the 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Posted on February 8, 2023 by ODPHP

Holly H. McPeak ·
The U. S. Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Agriculture (USDA) announced that the inaugural meeting of the 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee will be held February 9-10, 2023. The public is invited to attend the meeting virtually. Registration for the meeting is currently open through February 10th. To register to view the meeting, visit DietaryGuidelines.gov . The 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee will be chaired by Sarah Booth, Ph.D., and Angela...
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ICYMI: 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Holds First Meeting

Holly H. McPeak ·
February 24, 2023 By: Edward McCarthy , Public Affairs Specialist within OASH Office of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Image: 2025 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee with HHS Assistant Secretary Rachel Levine, USDA Deputy Under Secretary Stacy Dean and Committee staff leads Summary: This blog provides an overview of the events of the first meeting of the Dietary Guidelines Committee on February 9th and 10th, 2023. Rockville, Md. – ICYMI: On February 9 and 10, the newly announced...

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