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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.

SNAP-Ed Program

UGA Extension teaches Georgians how to eat right with online and in-person lessons.

Author: Published 03/30/2017
Healthy Resolutions

UGA Extension expert offers simple steps for a better diet in 2017.

Author: Published 01/03/2017
Walk Georgia

Since 2008, UGA Extension's Walk Georgia has helped thousands of Georgians get fit, one step at a time.

Author: Published 12/14/2016
Fighting Obesity

UGA Cooperative Extension and UGA College of Public Health team up to fight obesity in Calhoun and Taliaferro counties.

Author: Published 11/17/2016

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