Pear apple crisp recipe – a healthy dessert.
In 1963, Massachusetts became the first state in the nation to mandate statewide newborn screening to promote early detection and treatment of rare disorders that can threaten the health and development of newborns. At a State House ceremony yesterday, I was delighted to join Executive …Continue Reading Newborn Screening: A Massachusetts Success Story for 50 Years
In this age of technology you might find your kids watching TV, playing video games, online, or constantly texting. What ever happened to running outside and playing sports? If this is a memory of your childhood but not your child’s, it’s time to get active …Continue Reading Get Involved-Get Kids Active!
Community supported agriculture (CSA) provides people with local, fresh, nutritious fruits and vegetables.
Posted by Anne Hemmer, RD, LDN, MS Anne is the Coordinator of the MA Children at Play Program at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. If you think a small living space or yard means no room for physical activity, think again! …Continue Reading Keep it moving in small spaces
Lani Telian, Department of Public Health All across Massachusetts, you can hear the school bells ringing again. If you’re a parent, you know what that means – busy mornings getting the kids ready and out the door with backpacks and lunch bags in hand. …Continue Reading A healthy lunch: This year’s hottest back-to-school fashion
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