The Georgia Department of Public Health’s (DPH) LaGrange Health District is cooking up healthy, affordable and delicious meals for local families through Cooking Matters, a program led by Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign.
Blog: Georgia WIC
Want to know if good health and quality of life are in your future? No need to call a psychic or have your palm read; simply consult your nearest registered dietitian (RD) to discuss your eating pattern.
As a public health dietician with Fulton County’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, Greta Sebestyen, MS, RD, LD, knows a thing or two about helping families make changes for a healthier lifestyle.
It seems like an unlikely pairing – birthday cake and nutrition experts.
September is National Childhood Obesity Prevention Month.
More than 400 county, district, state and federal WIC staff attended the Georgia WIC Customer Service Conference in Atlanta, where nationally renowned motivational speakers Adolph Brown, III, Ph.D and Kit Cummings were guest presenters.
More than 1,200 Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition and breastfeeding professionals are meeting in Atlanta – the National WIC Association (NWA) today kicked off its annual conference in downtown Atlanta.
Have you ever passed up the opportunity to complete a survey because you thought your opinion wouldn’t matter anyway?
What do happy memories, sad goodbyes, 40 years and the colors purple and silver have in common?
“If it tastes good, it can’t be healthy.” So goes the old adage, which usually accompanies the choice between chowing down on a 1,000-calorie burger or eating a small garden salad.