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5 Snacks That Will Help Your Health and Take On Obesity

5 Snacks That Will Help Your Health and Take On Obesity

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity is a major issue facing the people of America today. In fact, they report that around a third of all adults and 17 percent of all children are considered to be obese. One thing that most people have in common is that we snack throughout the day and, without our realizing it, those snack choices can do a lot to help or hinder our weight loss and wellness efforts. In fact, it’s important to keep in mind that not all snacks are created equal, and it’s crucial that people opt for healthy ones.

“Research shows that snacking makes up around 27 percent of a child’s daily calories,” explains Dan Negroni, the chief executive officer and president of Fresh Healthy Vending (www.freshvending.com). “This means that it is crucial that we teach children to opt for healthy snacks. And that starts by us adults modeling healthy snacking behavior.”

24 Days to Go ....Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit on Technology

24 Days to Go ....Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit on Technology

24 Days to go….

Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit

Bowie State University Bowie, MD

14000 Jericho Park Road
Bowie, MD 20715

 

Sponsors/Partners

 

  • Bowie State University
  • BAE System/ Navy/PEPCO
  • U.S. Air Force/Diversity Operations 
  • MITRE/NAVSEA/Washington Gas
  • U.S. Department of Defense, Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity
  • The Maryland Center at Bowie State University

NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION!!!

Top Geography Students To Test Skills At State Geographic Bee

Top Geography Students To Test Skills At State Geographic Bee

 

The following information was sent to us by Stephanie Montgomery:

On Friday, March 30, young geography whizzes across the United States and U.S. territories will participate in state-level Geographic Bees, competing for a spot in the national competition in Washington, D.C., in May. The Bee is organized by the National Geographic Society. The 2012 National Geographic Bee is sponsored by Google Inc.; at the state level, the Bee is also sponsored by Plum Creek.

Up to 100 fourth- to eighth-graders in each of the 50 states, District of Columbia, U.S. Atlantic and Pacific territories and Department of Defense Dependents Schools have qualified for the state Bees. Each state winner will receive $100, “The Complete National Geographic” on DVD and an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., for the national finals May 22-24 and the chance to be crowned National Geographic Bee champion.

CUA to Celebrate 125 Years with Week of Events

CUA to Celebrate 125 Years with Week of Events

 

 

From Catholic University:

On April 10, 1887, Pope Leo XIII sent a letter to Cardinal James Gibbons, archbishop of Baltimore, giving his formal approval for the founding of The

Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit On Technology

Patriots 15th Annual Youth Summit On Technology

On the Road to STEM

Science - Technology - Engineering - Math

 

When:          May 4-5, 2012

Where:         Bowie State University

                     14000 Jericho Road

                     Bowie, MD  20715

 

May 4th, 2012 Government, Industry and Academic Sectors (GIAS) meeting 12 noon to 8:00pm

BAE Systems sponsor 

Catholic University President Welcomes New Archbishop of Baltimore

Catholic University President Welcomes New Archbishop of Baltimore

 

From Mary McCarthy:

Pope Benedict XVI today named Bishop William E. Lori of the Diocese of Bridgeport as the head of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.  Archbishop-designate Lori is an alumnus of Catholic University and a former chairman of its Board of Trustees.

CUA Kicks off Second Solar Design Competition

CUA Kicks off Second Solar Design Competition

 

From Catholic University: “How many people here want to win $3,000?” Brian Alexander, director of utilities and energy management, asked a group of students earlier this month before presenting them with a challenge to help contribute to the University’s sustainability efforts.

The students all raised their hands.