I met with the staff of most of the members of Arizona’s congressional delegation Wednesday in Washington DC at an event called Hill Day sponsored by the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation. I used the opportunity to talk to them about nutritional policy issues like boosting the nutritional strength of the foods that are served under the free and reduced lunch programs- and to urge them to consider placing nutritional criteria on the foods that would qualify for reimbursement under the food stamp (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program- SNAP) program.
CDC: All COVID-19 Vaccines Provide Substantial Protection Against HospitalizationSeptember 17th, 2021
Foodborne Illness Affects One in Six Across the U.S.September 16th, 2021
Dr. Carmona: Changing the Narrative Key to Expanding Vaccination Against COVID-19September 15th, 2021
- No comments have been published yet.
(COVID-19) ADHS Affordable Care Act AHCCCS Arizona Arizona Department of Health Services Arizona Medical Marijuana Act Arizona Smoker's Helpline Arizona State Hospital ashline Behavioral health cancer cannabis CDC Centers for Disease Control Centers for Disease Control and Prevention childhood obesity chronic disease diabetes EMS flu food safety health health care heart disease HIV hospital infectious disease influenza Licensing Maricopa County marijuana medical marijuana mental health newborn screening nutrition obesity physical activity public health smoking substance abuse tobacco vaccine Valley Fever WIC