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A Call for a Mindful Movement

By: Jennifer L. Owens

Movement and play are so important for our kids. In fact, physical activity is among the most important preventative mental health strategies that we have. So whether you are a parent or a caregiver of any kind, the summer is around the corner and our kids need to keep moving.

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A Call for a Mindful Movement

By: Jennifer L. Owens

Movement and play are so important for our kids. In fact, physical activity is among the most important preventative mental health strategies that we have. So whether you are a parent or a caregiver of any kind, the summer is around the corner and our kids need to keep moving.

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Farm to Early Care and Education: Championing Young Learners

By: HealthMPowers

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Leading by Example: A GEM Leader Shines

By: Delilah Landrum

When Timmea Jordan, 14, applied to be part of a new "Middle School Girl Leadership Council" in early 2020, she was intrigued by the prospect of becoming a mentor to other girls.

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The Importance of Peer Influence and My HealthMPowers Experience

By: Citly Mojica

Pictured: Citly Mojica (left) with Dr. Dana Griffith, HealthMPowers Executive Program Director This blog is the culmination of a collaboration between HealthMPowers and McClure Health…

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My Path To Success

By: Adolfo Ruiz

Recently, I partnered with HealthMPowers to work on a research paper on the power of peer influence. I was brought on as an intern to help with a literature review, and to contribute my insight and experiences as a peer leader of this generation.

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Youth Empowerment, Farm to School Provide Foundation for Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta Healthy Transformation

By: Myeisha Coggins

While the formal multi-year partnership between the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta and HealthMPowers ends this year, the relationship and drive to sustain and build upon the vibrant and thriving culture of wellness continues.

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Power Up For 30: Why You Should Join the Movement to Get Kids Moving

By: Sequoya Howard

"Power Up For 30 opened my eyes to a world of endless possibilities and opportunities where the concept of physical activity didn’t just conjure up images of sports or working out in a gym, but something that is universal to everyone in every phase of life."

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More Than A Dream

By: Kristy Bond

We couldn’t think of a more appropriate way to honor Dr. King than by giving an update on our continued diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) work. The HealthMPowers team is actively working to lift up and build upon his legacy.

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McClure Health Science High School

By: HealthMPowers

McClure Health Science High School students are guided by the motto: Awaken the wonder.

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Focusing on what works: SNAP-Ed Shows Positive Impact among Georgia’s Low-Income Families

By: Jennifer L. Owens

One of the core program initiatives at HealthMPowers, SNAP-Ed, was recently highlighted in a new study published in the Journal of Nutritional Science, pointing to the program’s effectiveness.

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Recipe: Apple Raisin Grahams

By: HealthMPowers

Dustin shows us how to make Apple Raisin Grahams! This is great as a snack, part of a meal or dessert.

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We Commit...continued

By: Kristy Bond

We are fully committed to making meaningful, impactful change—and we understand that it begins with us. 

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Meet Forrest Ann!

By: Kristy Bond

Say HELLO! to Forrest Ann Anderson, a self-proclaimed “health nerd,” from Georgia who’s been with HealthMPowers for two months as an Elementary Health Educator.

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