Posts Tagged ‘Obesity’

Growing Up in America 3/31/14

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the March 31st episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Staff Attorney Todd Latiolais explains the significance of the number 42. Interview: Tim Schauer from Cornerstone Government Affairs talks about getting people signed...

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Growing Up in America 3/3/14

Join Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host Brian Greene, President of the Houston Food Bank, for the March 3rd episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Outreach Coordinator Ashley Lai explains the significance of the number 27.1. Interview: Pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini...

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Growing Up in America 12/9/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the December 9th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Caroline Neary, Assistant Director of the Center for Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 29. Interview: Dr. Jean Raphael,...

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Growing Up in America 11/18/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the November 18th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Project Coordinator for the Center of Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, Ellen Schwaller, explains the significance of the number 47. Interview: Becky Brown,...

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Growing Up in America 10/28/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the October 28th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Research Coordinator Lisa Stocker explains the significance of 80%. Interview: Judge Mike Schneider talks about human trafficking and specialty courts. Interview: Tim Schauer from...

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Growing Up in America 9/9/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the September 9th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: CHILDREN AT RISK Staff Attorney Todd Latiolais explains the significance of the number 55. Interview: Harpist Meghan Caulkett talks about her organization, 47 Strings, and its...

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Growing Up in America 8/26/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the August 26th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Megan Schneider, Associate Director of the Center for Parenting and Family Well-Being at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 150,000. Interview: Brian Greene,...

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Growing Up in America 8/19/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn and Mandi Kimball from CHILDREN AT RISK for the August 19th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Caroline Neary, Assistant Director of Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 778. Interview: Pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini talks...

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Growing Up in America 6/24/13

Join Dr. Bob Sanborn from CHILDREN AT RISK and guest host pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini for the June 24th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Dr. Claire Bocchini talks about the significance of 56%. Interview: Melissa Denman, Public Relations Assistant at the Children’s Museum of Houston, talks...

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Growing Up in America 6/17/13

Join guest hosts Megan Schneider from CHILDREN AT RISK and pediatrician Dr. Claire Bocchini for the June 17th episode of Growing Up in America on 90.1FM KPFT in Houston! Episode includes: Data Head: Ellen Schwaller, Project Coordinator for the Center for Social Measurement & Evaluation at CHILDREN AT RISK, explains the significance of the number 47....

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