By the Inquirer Read-Along team
In time for Nutrition Month, nearly a hundred kids were treated to yummy snacks and exciting stories during Saturday afternoon’s Inquirer Read-Along session at the Inquirer main office in Makati, which featured renowned cake decorator Penk Ching and Sophia School storytellers.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
Want to live longer? Plant vegetables. To mark Nutrition Month this July, the Department of Health is urging all Filipino households and communities to plant vegetable gardens in their backyards and other open spaces not only to curb malnutrition among children but to stop the high incidence of noncommunicable diseases in the country.
IN celebration of Nutrition Month, the Abellana National School (ANS) will hold a bazaar called “Tabo sa Abellana” tomorrow, July 29. Heidi M. Rodriguez, TLE Girls Trade coordinator, said the bazaar will offer products and services of the students in Technical and Livelihood Education (TLE) class at affordable prices, such as rice lumpia and camote [...]
ALL barangays in Cebu City hold the Pabasa program every year in celebration of Nutrition Month. Their objective is to educate mothers with babies below one year old about nutrition and the proper feeding of infants and young children. Each barangay has own schedule of the event. In barangay Kamputhaw, the Pabasa program will be [...]
This year, we celebrate July as Nutrition Month, Lung Cancer Awareness Month and Persons with Disabilities Month with the theme “Katungod sa Pagpakabuhi, Katungod sa Kinabuhi.” Significantly, too, the month opened with two religious holidays: on July 1st, the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart, and July 2nd, the Feast of the Immaculte Heart of Mary, [...]