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Health and Nutrition

Poor nutrition, inactivity and obesity are everyday problems for many of Georgians. Parents, day care workers, food service providers, teachers and others need to know how to guide children into maintaining a healthy lifestyle at an early age.

The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences tackles these issues through research and study, community outreach through UGA Extension and partnerships with the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.

Grilling Safety

Ground beef must be cooked to an internal temperature of at least 160 F to be deemed safe.

Author: Published 09/19/2017
Traveling Kitchen

Rockdale County Extension agent teaches good nutrition, cooks healthy meals in mobile kitchen.

Author: Published 07/13/2017
Kids Cooking Competition

Fulton Fresh's school-aged chefs wow their adult counterparts with cooking skill, creativity and cooperation.

Author: Published 06/15/2017
Mobile Market Season

UGA Extension offices in Clayton and DeKalb counties offer mobile markets to provide produce with a side of public health.

Author: Published 06/01/2017

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