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  1. IHS diabetes nutrition resource manual : a resource for health providers working in American Indian and Alaska Native communities (SuDoc HE 20.308:D 54) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1997
  2. Eat smart Alaska!: Nutrition-related chronic disease in Alaska : 1997 needs assessment by Beverly Wooley, 1997

81. Nutrition At University And College: By US State
alaska. Sorry, we don't know of any ! University Kansas School Allied health Dietetics/Nutritionstudies Departmental and faculty information and newsletter.
Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Wyoming
Sorry, we don't know of any !
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Alabamah University: Dpt. Nutrition Sciences
Departmental information, along with links to their Obesity Center lay information service The American Board of Nutrition There is a separate web page for their collaborative venture with the Department of Medicine, the Division of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics
University of Alabama: Division of Clinical Nutrition
A joint Division in the UAB Departments of Nutrition Sciences and Medicine. Its faculty members are physicians trained in Internal Medicine, whose sole subspecialty is Clinical Nutrition. The web page has faculty information and some information about their research and clinical interests.
University of Alabama: Dpt of Human Nutrition and Hospitality Management (HuN)
Course information.
Auburn University (AL): Dpt.Nutrition and Food Science
Simple descriptive of department and courses.
Has an ADA accredited dietetics training program, but their web site has almost nothing on it at present (4/97).
Tuskegee University (AL): Dpt. Home Economics

82. AFT: PSRP: State Resource Links
alaska (back to top) Department of Education Student Services Child nutrition ProgramsDepartment of Occupational Safety and health Industrial Commission
AFT Home Welcome What's New Publications and Services ... Privatization Center State Resource Links



Alabama (back to top)
Department of Education

Child Nutrition Program

Department of Children's Affairs
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Alaska (back to top)
Department of Education
School Health and Nutrition Labor Standards and Safety Division ... Labor Relations Board Arizona (back to top) Department of Education Student Services Child Nutrition Programs Department of Public Safety Student Transportation ... Industrial Commission (Department of Labor) Arkansas (back to top) Department of Education Child Nutrition Network Occupational Safety and Health Administration Contact ... Workers' Compensation Commission California (back to top) Department of Education Office of School Transportation Association of School Transportation Officials ... AFT State Affiliate Colorado (back to top) Department of Education School Transportation ... Occupational Safety and Health Administration Contact Connecticut (back to top) Department of Education Nutrition Resources Division of Occupational Safety and Health ... AFT State Affiliate Del a ware (back to top) Department of Education Child Nutrition Labor Relations Services ... Occupational Safety and Health Administration Contact Florida (back to top) Department of Education Food and Nutrition Management Board of Education ... AFT State Affiliate Georgia

83. Safety Links
health Page USDA Food and nutrition Information Center health Organization Departmentof health and Human alaska Labor Standards and Safety Division Arizona
Other Links of Interest
Quick Links Government Agencies and Other Institutions
Cool Safety Sites and Internet Resources

Environmental / Chemical

Online Safety Library

Government Agencies and Other Institutions with safety and health-related information:
Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

EPA Region 6 Tribal Offices

Department of Energy (DOE)
FedWorld Info Network
Cool Safety Sites and Internet Resources: OSU EHS's Safety Information on the Web Safety Related Internet Resources American Industrial Hygiene Association Campus Safety, Health and Environmental Management Association ... Industrial Hygiene on the WWW (Online calculations and tables) Lab Safety Supply (check out their EZFacts) National Ag Safety Database National Safety Council New York Safety Web OSHWEB ... (great links section) Environmental / Chemical: 2000 North American Emergency Response Guidebook Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry American Chemical Society American Industrial Hygiene Association ... ChemFinder (Search by name, info plus links, including MSDSs)

84. Selected Additional Resources
Position Paper, Bureau of nutrition and WIC, Iowa, 2000 healthy Hearts for AmericanIndians and alaska Natives A Bringing Heart health to Latinos A Guide for
Public Health Approaches to Healthy Weight: Adolescent Women of Color
Selected Additional Resources
Below is a list of additional resources relating to healthy weight promotion in adolescent women of color (see also the references identified by the meeting panelists and audience in the Briefing Papers and Transcript Summary ). The NWOPP web site Resources and References links also provide an extensive list of web sites, reports, journal articles, and other resources related to obesity. The resources outlined below include additonal:
Web Sites

Reports and Guidelines


Web Sites
CHID (Combined Health Info. Database)
Food and Nutrition Information Center

Konopka Institute for Best Practices in Adolescent Health

National Rural Health Association

National women's Health Information Center (NWHIC)
(National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)
(Medline literature searches and abstracts) Sisters Together Move More, Eat Better Program

85. FY 2002 Departments Of Labor, Health And Human Services, Education, And Related
part of a grant that also supports museums in alaska and Massachusetts of programsthat provide primary, prenatal, nutrition, and mental health care services
FY 2002 Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill
List of Hawaii-related Initiatives P.L. 107-116
Impact Aid – $39.52 million

Hawaii's Impact Aid funding is part of a larger amount recommended by the Congress for Impact Aid programs nationwide. Hawaii's allocation represents a nearly $10 million increase from funds the state received last year. The programs provide support to school districts with students who are children of members of the armed forces and federal government employees. (FY01: $30.4 million) Native Hawaiian Education – $30.5 million
The Congress approved $30.5 million for Native Hawaiian education programs that develop curricula for students of all levels, train and recruit teachers, and support education councils statewide. The funding is a $2.5 million increase over the amount appropriated in Fiscal Year 2001. The education programs began in 1988 and were established by the Native Hawaiian Education Act, which seeks to raise the educational status of Hawaii's indigenous people. Senator Inouye sponsored this legislation. A portion of the increase will be used to "co-locate" or undertake construction improvements and repairs at public schools with high percentages of Native Hawaiian children. (FY01: $28 million) Title III, Strengthening Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions – $3.25 million

86. Click To See More Resources Archives Book Reviews Companies
Ted Stevens (alaska), the top Republican on the Senate made fully aware of the socialand health consequences of Looking for an educational tool for nutrition?
Click To See More Resources Archives Book Reviews Editorial Team Higher Education PE Web Sites K-12 School PE Web Sites PE Academic Areas PE Advocacy PE Forum Online Site Sponsorships State AHPERDs State PE Standards Teaching Unit Plans Web Pages of PEHLS Professionals March 5, 2003 Vol.5 No.3 Conference/Workshop Calendar Editorial Challenging Times for Physical Education News about physical education continues to excite and depress us. An additional $60 million will be available next year for PEP grants. Simultaneously, here in the state of Washington, Governor Locke has proposed eliminating required assessment in physical education. This week a former student contacted me with news that her school district was proposing to reduce time allocated for physical education. A couple of months earlier we learned that a large California study found a positive relationship between fitness and academic performance. Almost daily we hear reports of programs receiving accolades and programs facing cuts. The pressure of the President's Elementary and Secondary Education Act is forcing all states to refocus on academic standards. The challenge of HOW to increase academic performance will undoubtedly lead many districts to propose reductions in physical education.

87. National Council Of Urban Indian Health
appropriate health, education, and social programs for American Indians and AlaskaNatives nationally. The Centre for Indigenous Peoples' nutrition and

88. Martindale's Health Science Guide: Nutrition Center
Martindale's health Science Guide 2003. THE "VIRTUAL" ~ nutrition CENTER. * Food Science * Food Management Travel Warnings Immunization. nutrition health Sciences Conferences
M artindale's H ealth S cience G uide -
* Food Science * Food Management *
* 1,000's of Recipes *
- Latest Update -
US/Pacific Wednesday, April 2, 2003
Sydney, Australia Thursday, April 3, 2003
Language Dictionaries

File Download Time Calculator


NUTRITION OVERVIEW World Daily Reports Nutrition Journals Nutrition (All Inclusive) Nutrition ... On-Line Nutrition Calculators NUTRITION INTERACTIVE Anatomy - Know Your Body! Body Composition Analysis Food Chemistry (Microbiological Methods ... Nutrition Resources A uthor: Jim Martindale
Production, Newport Beach, California. C onsultant: Frank Potter S pecial thanks to the: UCI Science Library Department of Defense National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation Martindale's 'The Reference Desk' Martindale's Health Science Guide; Subsections within, are the sole property of James G. Martindale are hosted by UCI Science Library and various other sites around the world NUTRITION OVERVIEW WORLD DAILY REPORTS Current time is: Singapore US/Pacific UTC/GMT/ZULU Cairo Sidereal Time (US only) or Julian Date Your current time is: The World Clock World Time Zone or Cities * States * Countries in Asia Australia ..New Zealand Pacific ... S. America

89. Chronic Disease Prevention | Programs | Nutrition & Physical Activity
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Chronic Disease Prevention
Announcements Contact Us
Chronic Disease Overview
... Related Links

Improving Nutrition and Increasing Physical Activity
Percentage of Adults Who Are Obese,* by State States where there were no data available. States where less than 10% of adults report being obese. States where 10%–14% of adults report begin obese. States where 15%–19% of adults report being obese. States where greater than 20% of adults report being obese. Kansas
Wyoming Colorado
New Jersey New Mexico Rhode Island Utah Washington Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Connecticut Delaware Florida Hawaii Idaho Illinois Iowa Indiana Kentucky Maine Maryland Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Hampshire New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee

90. Tribal College Journal
discusses future directions to improve the health of American Indian and AlaskaNative children Diet and nutrition for People with Diabetes This two
Enter keyword:
Volume XI Fall 1999 Issue #1
A Resource Guide: Native American health promotion and disease prevention
by Jackie Two Feathers
There are growing concerns among Native American communities today regarding chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes and their causes. Research indicates that changing lifestyles have led to an increase in heart disease and type 2 diabetes in Indian people. Many advocate returning to a traditional diet and increasing exercise to live a healthier life. Although there are many resources about nutrition and chronic disease available, few are Native American specific. Some of the nutrition resources in this guide are specific to particular tribes or regions, but they can be applied to other indigenous people. Not all resources could be listed due to space limitations, but this guide will lead to many useful links and additional resources for information.
Indian Health Service Diabetes Program
The mission of the Indian Health Service (IHS) Diabetes Program is to develop, document, and sustain a public health effort to prevent and control diabetes in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. The website has hyperlinks to U.S. IHS Diabetes Programs, a bibliography of publications from 1986-1999, and an excellent IHS catalog of diabetes education materials which includes videotapes, slide/audio tape modules, and books on diabetes and nutrition. For further information contact IHS-HQ, Diabetes Program, 5300 Homestead Road, NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110. Phone (505) 248-4182; Fax (505) 248-4188. E-mail Lorraine Valdez at

91. Alaska Native Organizations
nbspIf you found ANSC helpful you may also try Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutritionand Environment alaska Native Tribal health Consortium The
Site Links:

Alaska Native


Contact Us

Current Weather:
Contact Us Via Email:
Alaska Native Organizations
And Organizations Providing Assistance to Alaska Natives
Alaska Conservation Foundation
Alaska Conservation Foundation is a community foundation for the environment that receives and awards grants throughout the state to: -Protect the integrity of Alaska's ecosystems, -Promote sustainable livelihoods for Alaska's communities and people. Alaska Federally Recognized Tribes and Regional Corporations Alaska Federation of Natives The mission of AFN is to enhance and promote the cultural, economic, and political voice of the entire Alaska Native Community. AFN's major goals are to: Advocate for Alaska Native people, their governments and organizations with respect to federal, state and local laws; Foster and encourage preservation of Alaska Native cultures; Promote understanding of the economic needs of Alaska Natives and encourage development consistent with those needs; Protect, retain and enhance all lands owned by Alaska Natives and their organizations; and Promote and advocate programs and systems which instill pride and confidence in individual Alaska Natives. Alaska Inter-Tribal Council Standby for AITC's website it will be fully online soon!

92. Healthfinder® — Indian Health Service - IHS
The Indian health Service (IHS) provides comprehensive health services through IHS and tribally contracted hospitals, health centers, school health centers,
health library just for you health care organizations search: help
Indian Health Service - IHS
organization URL(s)
other contact information
Reyes Building,
801 Thompson Ave.,
Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20852 301-443-3593 (Voice)
301-443-0507 (FAX)
The Indian Health Service (IHS) provides comprehensive health services through IHS and tribally contracted hospitals, health centers, school health centers, and health stations. Health services provided include medical, dental, and environmental health programs. Special program concentrations are in disease prevention and health promotion, alcoholism, substance abuse, suicide, accidents, maternal and child health, nutrition, and public health services.
online resources

93. Alaska
National Association of Farmers' Market Nutrition Programs Pioneer Farmers Market Morgan County Farmers Market State Farmers Market Government St. Market Troy, AL Decatur, AL Raleigh, NC Mobile, AL Want to have your Farmers' Market on Our Website? Send your pictures and a brief description to Cultivating opportunities for consumers to buy fresh produce from local growers Home Impact Reports What's New News ... Development Resources [Senior FMNP Contact
Maternal, Child, and Family Health
Division of Public Health Nutrition Services-WIC
PO Box 110612
Juneau, AK 99811-0612
PHONE: (907) 465-8636
FAX: (907) 465-3416 FMNP Coordinator : Paraluman Medalla (907) 465-5322
Email: Send mail to with questions or comments about this web site.
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