Healthy Habits

Help Children’s Aid Get Ingrained

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Freshness Grows in the Bronx

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Fun and Fitness in Harlem

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Student-Run New York City Markets Honored by The Boys & Girls Clubs of America

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Can't Stop…You May Be Addicted

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Two Children’s Aid Community Schools Receive Excellence in School Wellness Awards!

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Food + TV = Bad Eating Habits?

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Richard R. Buery, Jr. Celebrates Iron Go!Chefs Competition

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The Senate Introduces Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act: Report on School Nutrition Standards

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According to federal statistics, many American children consume half of their daily calories at school. In addition, there are 31 million children participating in the National School Lunch Program and more than 11 million participating in the National School Breakfast Program. An important question: are these children getting the proper nutrition they need?

Get Off the Couch and Into the Kitchen!

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If you haven’t made your personal resolution to better health yet, I’ve got a good idea for you: Cook. Preparing food in your own home with your own two hands is one of the healthiest steps you can take this year. You’ve surely heard of the saying “you are what you eat.” Well, when you cook for yourself, you know what you eat. And that’s more than halfway to health.

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