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Read It and Eat: Program Combines Early Literacy and Healthy Eating
At the Native Health facilities in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, you can get literacy with lunch in a program called Read It and Eat —a combination of early literacy and cooking class...
International Women’s Day: Cultivating the World’s Food [Video]
Bringing home the degree to which the human race relies on women are agricultural statistics...
Video: Faux Supermarket Ads Drive Nunavut Food Price Boondoggle Home With Humor
Beyond-prohibitive food prices in Canada’s north are no joke, but these fake grocery ads have succeeded in bringing attention to a devastating nutritional problem with their deadpa...
Call to Action: Major Funders Discuss Health and Funding in Indian Country
Tanya H. Lee
For the first time, dozens of major philanthropic organizations came together to confront urgent needs in Indian country...
Cheyenne River Youth Project’s Garden Evolving Into Micro Farm
When the Cheyenne River Youth Project started its organic garden in 1999, staff at the 26-year-old nonprofit would never have guessed where the little garden would take them...
What Is a Food Desert? Do You Live In One? 23.5 Million In This Country Do
If at least 20 percent of your community lives in poverty and at least one-third of residents have to travel more than one city mile or 10 rural miles to reach a grocery store, you...
Blending Modern and Traditional—Puyallup Tribe Opens Oncology Center
This is the new look of cancer treatment: A blend of modern oncology and natural healing through lifestyle, nutrition, and traditional methods such as acupuncture, botanical medici...
Not All Calories Created Equal: Nutritional Tips for Breastfeeding Moms
Three hundred calories equals half a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a glass of 1 percent milk...
Outrage Over News That Starving Children Were Studied Like Lab Rats
First Nations leaders are expressing their outrage at revelations earlier this week that the Canadian government used starving aboriginal children as lab rats to study nutrition...
Native Americans Swim From Alcatraz to San Francisco To Inspire Healthy Change
Angela Rios (Colville Confederated Tribes, Washington), swimming from Alcatraz to San Francisco on October 8 (Colin Gift) After six days of training, on October 8, a dozen Native A...
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