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The Importance of Nutrition in Breast Cancer Survivorship

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States; fortunately, survival rates continue to improve over time. A breast cancer diagnosis often raises many questions and concerns about diet and nutrition. Do you know the latest in nutrition issues that occur during breast cancer treatment and...


Military Teen Experiences and Food Security

The lack of adequate access to the appropriate selection, quality, or amount of food to maintain a healthy lifestyle has the potential to take both a physical and mental toll on developing teens. In 2023, military teens shared their experiences regarding food insecurity in the National Military Family Association (NMFA)...


Reduce Your Risk of Cognitive Decline as You Age

Cognitive decline is a source of fear and mystery for many adults, especially older adults. However, confronting that fear and solving that mystery may be easier than you think. Research on memory has started to focus less on the mechanics of the brain and more on understanding how lifestyle factors,...


Innovative Ways to Integrate Apps into Clinical Practice

Mobile health apps (apps) are playing an increasingly important role in healthcare. Discover how these innovative tools empower Registered Dietitian Nutritionists to lead data-driven discussions, drive personalized care and help improve outcomes. In this interactive webinar, you will learn about the types and features of apps, the latest research on...


Food is Medicine: A National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health

The Biden-Harris Administration National Strategy on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health was released following the September 2022 White House Conference.  The second pillar of the strategy calls for the integration of nutrition and health by improving access to nutrition services to better prevent, manage, and treat diet-related diseases. 


Dietary Supplements and Operation Supplement Safety

Many service members use dietary supplements—for promoting health, improving performance, bodybuilding, losing weight, and more. Unfortunately, some supplements have resulted in adverse events that compromise rather than improve performance, and in some cases supplements result in positive drug tests. This presentation will discuss how dietary supplements are regulated, highlight some...


Improving Health and Wellness by Getting Outside

Biophilia is a hypothesis that humans have an innate desire and need to connect with nature. Decades of research confirm that people experience myriad health and wellness benefits when they spend time interacting with nature—from increased physical activity to improved emotional wellbeing. But the amount of time we Americans spend...


Food Allergies: An Overview and Update

Food allergies are a growing global health concern.  In the last decade, there has been a paradigm shift in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of food allergy. Attend this webinar to learn state of the art, evidence-based practical approaches to common pediatric food allergies. By the end of this webinar, attendees...


Diet Quality, the Gut Microbiome, and Health Disparities

Does dietary intake shift microbial ecology and function toward the formation of harmful microbial metabolites that contribute to cancer risk?  Recent research has discovered that dietary intake and microbes may be associated with health disparities.  Attend this webinar to learn how we can translate research into actionable interventions and future...


Walk, Run, Dance, Play: Tips to Get Your Community Moving

Physical activity is vital to improving the health of people of all ages. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides evidence-based guidance to help Americans maintain or improve their health through physical activity, including recommendations for the amount and types of physical activity individuals need. Despite known benefits, only 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 5 adolescents in the United States meet federal guidelines.