Facts & Stats: The Skinny on Disability and Obesity

September is National Childhood Obesity Month; and some people with disabilities, including children, are at a greater risk of obesity.


These Rainbow-Colored Foods Help Fight Off Memory Loss

Eating a variety of different colored fruits and vegetables is important for overall health, including brain (and memory) wellbeing. As little as a half a serving a day of rainbow-hued foods may lower the risk of cognitive decline by up to 20 percent. So, move over mushy brown and white foods... red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet are plating up!

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