Over the past eight years, Lydia Norris, manager of the Southside BP on Highway 27 in Carrollton, has watched the spending habits of her customers evolve.
Blog: Healthy Diet
Fulton County Schools’ Nutrition Program recently hosted its inaugural Student Choice Food Challenge.
The New Year brings new opportunities for schools in Georgia to get their students on track for a healthy lifestyle.
One of American’s favorite times of year has arrived again. The winter months filled with warm, delicious foods are a staple way to celebrate the holidays, but often lead to unwanted weight gain.
This school year, White County students enjoyed delicious watermelon from a farm less than 25 miles away. Across the state in Tift County, the school system invested in a 15-acre farm to teach students about gardening and food.
Ware County Head Start in Waycross is taking the lead in educating the state’s youngest students about nutrition, healthy eating and gardening with a new farm to preschool program.
The DeKalb County Board of Health, in collaboration with DeKalb County Government and DeKalb County, is asking the public to help name its new mobile farmers market.
The Holiday Survivor III Awards Ceremony was held last week at the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH). No matter how much weight was lost, all of the winners proved that losing a few pounds can make a big difference in improving your overall he
It’s easy to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Between travel plans, shopping and holiday celebrations, we often overlook those in our very own communities that are in need during this season.
Researchers at the University of Georgia have discovered that a chemical compound commonly found in coffee may help prevent some of the damaging effects of obesity.