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CCNH funds new projects in nutrition education for children, teens, and families

The Centre for Child Nutrition & Health (CCNH) has awarded two CCNH Nutrition Medical Education Grants of $10,000 each. These grants support innovative and collaborative education projects that focus on nutrition education of students, health care professionals, patients, and/or children and families. We are pleased to announce the following grant recipients:
Sep 13 / 2016

CCNH grant funding has impact with three studies in child health

CCNH grant funding has impact with three studies in child health In 2015 the Centre for Child Nutrition & Health (CCNH) announced three new grants supporting research projects in child health promotion and disease prevention.
Jul 14 / 2016

CCNH Public Policy and Child Nutrition Collaborative Grant 2016

CCNH Public Policy and Child Nutrition Collaborative Grant 2016 Background and Description of Opportunity The Centre for Child Nutrition and Health at the University of Toronto is focused on answering key questions in child nutrition to improve the health of children and families. One of the Centre’s top priorities is to conduct research to support the development and implementation of public policy that impacts child nutrition and health.
Jul 13 / 2016

Healthy Kids Q&A, FamilyZone

Healthy Kids Q&A The Healthy Kids Q&A series challenges today’s most common assumptions about child nutrition and health.  Is exercise only part of the equation?  Do adolescent boys just have large appetites?
Jun 30 / 2016

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