- District Finds Two is Better Than One. DeChellis, Joanna // Food Management Exclusive Insight;11/19/2014, p5
An interview with Kevin Ponce and Deborah Taylor, director and assistant director for the child nutrition management team at Oklahoma City Public Schools (OKCPS), is presented. Topics discussed include the reason behind Taylor's application for the position, the interview process made for their...
- Beware the Food Police. // Active Living: Newsletters;May2008, p29
The article offers tips for parents who want to prevent obesity on their children. It is suggested that parents must not impose restrictions on their child such as enforcing a diet, depriving him or her of French fries, or banning candy. It is pointed out that diets for children cause more...
- GROWTH Opportunities. Hall, Olivia M. // Human Ecology;Fall2014, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p3
The article offers insights regarding career growth development of Ivy Mumo, a nutritional science graduate it discusses her affiliation with the Wells lab, a Cornell Cooperative Extension summer intern which investigated children's nutrition and physical activity.
- HELP YOUR KIDS eat better. // Good Health (Australia Edition);Nov2011, p90
The article offers suggestions on helping children eat health food. According to Tufts University nutrition professor Susan B. Roberts and paediatrician Melvin B. Heyman, it is all about encouraging toddlers to try new types of food, without expecting them to finish it. Research suggests that...
- Work needed on kids' eating habits. Gillanders, Lyn // New Zealand Doctor;2/14/2007, p21
The article highlights the Feeding Infants and Toddlers Study (FITS). A significant finding of the study was that infants and toddlers receive the majority of energy and nutrients from relatively few foods. The study also reported only two fruits and vegetables, bananas and white potatoes, were...
- Obesity. Christoffel, Katherine Kaufer // Pediatric Annals;Jan2004, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p7
The author reflects on childhood obesity. She said that many are knowledgeable about obesity but they are ineffective in dealing with it. She believes that as a pediatrician, she has to lead, along with others, the nation towards a more healthy lifestyle. She said that child obesity is not a...
- Encyclopedia of Adaptations in the Natural World. Scarth, Linda // Booklist;5/1/2010, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p99
Reviews the book "Encyclopedia of Adaptations in the Natural World," by Adam Simmons.
- Picture This. Spindle, Les // Back Stage West;10/7/2004, Vol. 11 Issue 41, p13
Reviews the musical "Dorian, The Musical," by James J. Mellon and performed by Adam Simmons and Kevin Bailey at the NoHo Arts Center in Los Angeles, California.
- A Bookshelf of Nutrition Programs for Pre-School Children -- a Recent Selected Bibliography. Jelliffe, Derrick B.; Jelliffe, E. F. Patrice // American Journal of Public Health;Apr1972, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p469
The nutrition of pre-school children is a matter of prime importance in public health. This bibliography will serve to inform all health workers concerned with this problem on principles and practices employed in various parts of the world.