Keynote speaker Rachel Druckenmiller reveals why social connectedness is so important to our overall well-being.
Mike McDonald challenges the definition of "wellness" to motivate greater results from organizations.
Iowans should never have to make the choice of going hungry or eating healthy.
Ottumwa is one of 16 communities across the state receiving a 5-2-1-0 grant from the Iowa Department of Public Health in FY21.
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According to a new report from Feeding America, Iowa's overall food insecurity rate for 2020 was 12.8 percent with the overall child food insecurity rate at 20 percent.
Not only do low-income Iowans get access to healthy foods, but local farmers make more money, and more food dollars stay in the local economy – instead of going 1,500 miles away.
The program helps farmers build their customer base, increase their sales and close the healthy food access gap for their fellow Iowans.
Double Up Food Bucks has an economic ripple effect that starts with the consumer and spreads to the farmers who grew the food, the local economy and beyond.
Short days and colder temperatures – combined with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – have many Iowans worried about their mental health in the months ahead.
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