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1. American Public Health Association - Public Health Links
ACF programs, clearinghouses and special projects
Schools of Public Health
(and other MPH programs)

2. U Of MN Extension - Agriculture, Food And Environment
Educational programs for agricultural systems that produce, market, or consume animal products. Information on aspects of livestock, poultry, and dairy production (including nutrition, genetics, animal health, and breeding, as well as finance, environmental management, and other related topics).
Business Management, Farm

Farm Credit Mediation

Crops Barley
Conservation Tillage


Crops, Marketing

Livestock Alternative Animal Enterprises
Animal Health

Dairy Goat
Dairy Production ... Swine Production Agriculture, Food and Environment programs address crop and livestock production systems that are profitable, sustainable, environmentally sound, and safe. Issues include business management and marketing, environmental stewardship, food systems, agriculture policy, and science and technology. For commercial horticulture see Garden Soil Water Concepts Planning an Agricultural Subsurface Drainage System Most recent variety performance data from U of M scientists What's New on the Web Cultural and Chemical Weed Control in Field Crops2003 Grain Storage Tips: Factors and Formulas for Crop Drying, Storage and Handling Minnesota Farm Machinery Economic Cost Estimates for 2001 On-Farm Cropping Trials - Northwest and West Central MN - pdf ... Validating N Rates for Corn on Farm Fields in Southern Minnesota Agriculture, Food and Environment Workshops Find convenient educational offerings and e-learning Related Extension Web Sites and Newsletters Agricultural Drainage - "The Drainage Outlet" Animal Science Extension Aphid Alert Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Extension ... Minnesota Health, Environmental, and Pesticide Safety

3. Epi Research: Maternal And Child Nutrition Training And Research Program
of minnesota Leadership, Education and Training Program in Maternal and ChildNutrition offers graduate and postdoctoral training programs for health
Research history
Major research areas


Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention
Division of Epidemiology University of Minnesota School of Public Health
Research in the Division
Maternal and Child Nutrition Training and Research Programs
The University of Minnesota Leadership, Education and Training Program in Maternal and Child Nutrition offers graduate and postdoctoral training programs for health professionals who wish to specialize in maternal and child nutrition. Programs of graduate study are available at both masters and doctoral levels. Areas of faculty expertise and specialization include: maternal nutrition, child and adolescent nutrition, prevention of eating disorders, childhood obesity, school and community nutrition intervention programs, dietary assessment methods, nutritional epidemiology, and factors affecting child and adolescent growth and development.
Maternal and Child Nutrition Traineeships
Maternal and child nutrition traineeships are available to RDs who wish to pursue a graduate degree (MPH or PhD) in public health nutrition and to individuals who have completed a PhD program and desire additional experience in MCH nutrition research. Applicants for traineeships must be Registered Dietitians who have work experience related to nutrition and/or maternal and child health and who have career goals related to leadership or research in this area. These traineeships are funded by the U.S. Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. All traineeships provide tuition assistance and a monthly stipend.

4. Nutrition Complete List Of Links
Read about this company's weightmanagement programs and food supplements. With a FAQ, and before-and-after photos of successful dieters. lbs - Jean Nelson, minnesota, USA". health weight management solutions and optimal health management programs. SlimCity is the field in health nutrition. SlimCity - setting
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Metabolic Pathways
Anatomy Browsers On Line journals Nutrition Calculators ... Disease / poison databases
Metabolic Pathways

5. More Extension Services
nutrition Education Program. Michigan. MSU Extension Home Page Youthhealth and Wellness Food, nutrition and health programs. minnesota.

6. MDH-Family Health Division, MDH-Family Health Division
Program provides nutrition education, access to health services, referrals to health about programs or services. Address of and directions to the minnesota Department of health
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Division of Family Health
About Family Health
Consumer Information Professional Information News and Announcements
Family Health Division Program Areas
  • Maternal and Child Health. Promotes better health for children, youth, women, and their families by providing technical assistance and administrative support to local public health agencies, health care providers, and health planners.
    Maternal and Child Health Advisory Task Force.
    Created in state statute, this group of public representatives provides the Commissioner of Health and MDH's MCH-related programs with advice on the needs of Minnesota's MCH populations, and on guidelines, programs, services, and other recommendations to meet those needs.
    Annual Betty Hubbard MCH Leadership Award
    . The Betty Hubbard MCH Leadership Award is presented each year by the MCH Advisory Task Force and the Commissioner of Health to individuals making significant contributions to maternal and child health in Minnesota at the community and statewide levels.
    Minnesota Children with Special Health Needs.

7. MHCP Provider Manual Chapter 2: Minnesota Health Care Programs And Services (MN
Information for providers about minnesota health Care programs and Services. the addition of a third annual cleaning. nutrition Benefits covers up to $50.00 per calendar month of is also located in the Prepaid minnesota health Care programs chapter (Ch.
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Select a chapter: 1. Requirements for Providers 2. Health Care Programs and Services 3. Prepaid MN Health Care Programs 4. Billing Policy 5. Authorization 6. Physician and Professional Services 7. Anesthesia Services 8. Clinic Services 9. Children's Services 10. Reproductive Health/Ob-Gyn 11. Lab/Path., Rad. and Diag. Services 12. Ambulatory Surgery Services 13. Inpatient Hospital Authorization 14. Hospital Services 15. Chemical Dependency 16. Mental Health Services 17. Rehabilitative Services 18. Chiropractic Services 19. Dental Services 20. Eyeglass and Vision Care Services 21. Transportation Services 22. Pharmacy Services

8. North Carolina Women's And Children's Health Section Nutrition Links
CDC's Center for National Immunization programs; Every Child The University of minnesota'sNutrition Expedition; The SHAPE PageShaping health As Partners
State of North Carolina - Women's and Children's Health Nutrition Links General Nutrition and Foodservice Links
Breastfeeding Links
Child Nutrition Program Links
Child Nutrition and Health Issues
Nutritionist's Links

9. U Of MN - Food Science And Nutrition - Craig Hassel
and the University of minnesota to address chronic health issues in Native Americancommunities through culturallybased food and nutrition programs of teaching
164 FScN
1334 Eckles Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
Discipline/Specialty Nutrition/ Extension Nutrition Education Ph.D., Nutritional Sciences/Food Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, 1986
M.S., Animal Science/Nutritional Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, 1982
B.S., Nutritional Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1979
Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, 1994-present
Assistant Collegiate Program Leader, 1993-4
Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, 1988-1994 Research Interests I have a broad interest in exploring non-biomedical approaches to food, nutrition and health, which I ground in the context of specific community-based outreach and partnership relationships. Teaching CSPH 5111 Ways of Thinking About Health 2000-02 AGRI 1000H: Native American Perspectives on Land Use and the Environment, 1998

10. University Of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Public Health
20002002 Undergraduate Catalog. Public health (PubH). At the University of MinnesotaDuluth. 5900, Public health nutrition Principles and programs, 2, *, *,
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (IPEDS 174066)
2000-2002 Undergraduate Catalog
Public Health (PubH)
At the University of Minnesota Duluth
Course # Description Credits Equivalent Course Fulfills requirements for Major/Minor Liberal Education Category Cultural Diversity International Perspective Personal and Community Health Hlth 1000 Yes Fundamentals of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Hlth 3202*** Yes Basic Concepts in Personal and Community Health Hlth 3101 Yes Practicum in Peer Education I Hlth 3997 Yes Practicum In Peer Education II Topics in Public Health Epidemiology: Science, Methodology, and Application Fundamentals of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Hlth 3202*** Yes Public Health Interventions for AIDS Culture and Health Behavior Prevention of High-Risk Behavior Among Adolescents Program Evaluation for Public Health Practice Applied Research Methods Dying and Death in Contemporary Society: Implications for Intervention Legislative Advocacy Skills for Public Health Community Health Theory and Practice I Community Health Theory and Practice II Social Inequalities in Health Community Health Education in Health Care Settings Internship in Health Education Practice II Exposure to Environmental Hazards Environmental Health Effects: Introduction to Toxicology Environmental and Occupational Health Policy Environmental and Worker Protection Law Preventing Pollution: Innovative Approaches to Environmental Management Risk Analysis: Application to Risk-Based Decision Making Public Policy and Risk: Strategies for Effective Decisions and Discourse

11. MN DHS: HIV/AIDS Programs.
nutrition supplements, when prescribed by a physician. These products may be purchasedat any outpatient pharmacy that is a minnesota health Care programs
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The state's programs offer:
  • Payment of medical and dental insurance premiums , including, but not limited to: policies carried through a COBRA extension, Medicare Supplement Policies and conversion or individually purchased policies. Payment of the patient's portion of the cost for all covered drugs list of covered drugs ). Drugs may be purchased at any outpatient pharmacy that is a Minnesota Health Care Programs provider. Routine diagnostic, preventive and corrective dental procedures furnished under the supervision of an approved dentist. Procedures covered include exams, prophylaxis, x-rays, amalgams, extractions, composites and routine root canal therapy.
    Payment of up to $50 each month for enteral nutrition supplements, when prescribed by a physician. These products may be purchased at any outpatient pharmacy that is a Minnesota Health Care Programs provider.
To be eligible for these programs a person must be:
  • A resident of Minnesota or St. Croix or Pierce counties in Wisconsin

12. Aging Initiative Area Agencies On Aging
adult day care, home health aides, housing nutrition programs such as homedeliveredmeals and minnesota's nutrition programs provide more than 5 million meals
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Minnesota Area Agencies on Aging help seniors and their communities
Area Agencies on Aging are designated by the Minnesota Board on Aging to plan for and administer programs and services for seniors. Each year, over 100,000 older Minnesotans benefit from programs and services provided by the aging network, including: Social Support Services such as transportation, health screenings, legal services, adult day care, home health aides, housing assistance, counseling, advocacy, homemaker services, chore services, and senior centers. Nutrition Programs such as home-delivered meals and senior dining Minnesota's nutrition programs provide more than 5 million meals a year. Minnesota's 497 senior dining sites, located in senior centers, community centers, schools and churches, offer nutritious midday meals along with social and rehabilitative opportunities. Older people unable to attend the senior dining sites may have meals delivered to their homes. Caregiver Services include a wide variety of services that "wrap-around" the caregiver, addressing his/her individual needs. Services are designed to improve a caregiver’s competence and confidence, and extend the time the care is provided. Examples of services include: information, peer counseling, coaching, in-home and out of-home respite, training and education, support groups, counseling, home adaptations, assistive technology, home safety management, companion, friendly visitor, chore, homemaking, and telephone reassurance. These services are available from a variety of entry and referral points across the health and community service systems network. Services that provide direct care (e.g., home care, adult day services, etc.) to the family member are also included.

13. Adolescent Health - School-Based Nutrition Services
period free from duty is essential to the health, morale and shall review and evaluateexisting food and nutrition programs, including school minnesota, Minn.

14. Senior Learning - Elderhostel
UPCOMING ELDERHOSTEL programs IN ROCHESTER, minnesota ***2003***. Prevention, Treatmentand Research; News In The Field of nutrition The health Science;
Senior Learning
Experience Midwestern hospitality amidst world-famous medical center, the Mayo Clinic . Rated one of the top cities in America, Rochester is a convenient and unique city to visit in winter. The comfortable, climate-controlled walking skyways and subways connect your hotel to Mayo Clinic, restaurants, bookstores, and cultural centers. Located 80 miles southeast of Twin Cities. Participants may fly directly to Rochester or fly to Minneapolis Airport and use the convenient shuttle, at additional charge. Twin Cities residents may also use shuttle service. Accommodations : beautiful historic downtown hotel with private bath, pool, whirlpool, sauna and exercise room available. Handicap accessible. Walking tours up to one-half mile.
February 23-28, 2003
  • Mayo Clinic Insights: Prevention, Treatment and Research News In The Field of Nutrition: The Health Science Strength Training for Health: Build and Maintain Muscle Strength and Endurance
March 30 - April 4, 2003

15. FSNC State Gates
minnesota. nutrition Education programs; minnesota Food and nutrition Network Backto top. Vermont. nutrition, Food Safety, and health programs Back to top.
Help November 19, 2002 Your gateway to State Food Stamp Nutrition Education
Programs and Networks... Alabama


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  • 16. Online Food And Nutrition Education Programs For Adult Learners, Health Professi
    professionals Sponsor University of minnesota, School of Network of Organizations,Community nutrition, Title V Maternal and Child health System, Prevention
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    Food and Nutrition Information Center
    National Agricultural Library/USDA
    10301 Baltimore Avenue, Room 304
    Beltsville, MD 20705-2351
    Online Food and Nutrition Education Programs for
    Adult Learners, Health Professionals, and Students
    April 2001

    This resource list is a compilation of English language online food and nutrition education programs that are available at institutions in the United States. Opinions expressed in the programs do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Contact information is provided for Web sites and organizations. An online education program is defined as Internet-based and relying on Internet communication media such as streaming audio and video files, real-time conferencing, chat etc. The format of some of the courses mentioned in this resource list are a blend o f print, audio/video, and web-enhanced materials. Other computer-based or print-based continuing education programs such as courses on CD-ROM or self-study books were excluded since information on these courses is more readily available through other information services. The education programs have been grouped according to academic or professional credits (including continuing education credits for dietitians, nurses, child care providers, etc.) offered by the programs as enumerated below:

    17. College Of Agricultural, Food And Environmental Sciences
    Community health worker; nutrition educator; Food community, governmental and healthand wellness wellrespected reputation of minnesota's programs provides you{0784C3FF-1672-4F67-B6C5-81972D9667FB}

    18. Natural Health Initiatives
    first few years in minnesota were devoted therapies (herbs, homeopathy, clinical nutrition,hydrotherapy, detoxification to better tailor health programs to an

    19. University Of Minnesota Human Rights Library -- Links
    include a variety of programs and activities conditions contributing to good health,including high safe water supplies, good nutrition, unpolluted atmospheres
    World Medical Association, Statement on Health Promotion (1995). Adopted by the 47th General Assembly
    Bali, Indonesia, September 1995 Medical practitioners and their professional associations have an ethical duty and professional responsibility to act in the best interests of their patients at all times and to integrate this responsibility with a broader concern for and involvement in promoting and assuring the health of the public. The traditional roles of public health agencies at all levels of government, and of independent physicians' associations involved in the field of public health, include a variety of programs and activities targeted to the identified needs of the population and the capacity to carry out those functions effectively. The key functions of public health agencies are assessing community health needs and marshalling the resources for responding to them, developing health policy in response to specific community and national health needs, and assuring that conditions contributing to good health, including high-quality medical services, safe water supplies, good nutrition, unpolluted atmospheres and environments that offer opportunities for exercize and recreation are available to the individuals. The specific programs and activities carried out in each jurisdiction will depend on the problems and needs identified, the organization of the health care delivery system, and the resources available to address the identified needs. Types of specific activities carried out under these broad public health functions include:

    20. Nutrition Education Programs Resources
    for health A collection of health related information USDA North Central RegionNutrition Education programs. Human Ecology The University of minnesota is an
    FTW Home NEP Home Products Resources ... Projects
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    National Resources
    American Council on Science and Health American Diabetes Association American Dietetic Association American Society of Nutritional Sciences ... National Network for Child Care : A database about children and child care from the vast resources of the land-grant universities. National Network for Collaboration : Knowledge and expertise of specialists from the Network to provide a guide to begin, strengthen and sustain collaborative journeys, for the building and sustaining of positive change. National Network for Family Resiliency: Provides several resources for building strong families. National Network for Health: A collection of health related information and educational materials. National Network for Science and Technology : Hands-on science and technology activities, science education research, or upcoming trainings and conferences for youth development professionals. Nutrient Data Laboratory Quack Watch: A guide to medical fraud by Stephen Barrett, MD

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