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Displaying 401 - 450 of 803
Title Date Summary
401 Have you had your moo juice today?
Hicks--Benjamin H. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 94:5, p.9
9/16/1997 Students should drink more milk.
402 Food for thought
Northern Iowan 94:3, p.11
9/9/1997 Description of menu development process in dining centers; student reactions to food.
403 Keeping E Coli where it belongs--out of your food
Public Relations News Release 1997:12, p.1
8/28/1997 UNI Assistant Professor of Consumer Sciences Hattie Middleton outlines tips for avoiding the deadly bacteria.
404 Fast-Food specials help our pocketbook while hurting our diet
Public Relations News Release 1996:425, p.1
5/20/1997 Professor Middleton talks about the good and bad of fast food.
405 Hepatitis A virus spreads nationwide
Northern Iowan 93:47, p.5
4/4/1997 Comments on strawberries contaminated with hepatitis A virus in Iowa schools.
406 Marxism and the joy of cooking
Northern Iowan 93:45, p.5
3/28/1997 Ponders cooking and Marxism.
407 Americans fatter than ever
Northern Iowan 93:43, p.4
3/11/1997 Percentage of overweight Americans risen to 35%.
408 Food Lion Inc. wrong; investigation reports truth
Northern Iowan 93:41, p.7
3/4/1997 Comments on jury awarding Food Lion, Inc., $5.5 million against ABC and Prime Time Live television show.
409 Squirrels: the other red meat
Northern Iowan 93:41, p.7
3/4/1997 Comments on squirrel meat as a low-cost food.
410 Des Moines ranks second in U.S. in Jell-O consumption
Northern Iowan 93:39, p.7
2/25/1997 Des Moines ranks second in U.S. for consumption of Jell-O; photo.
411 The popularity of eating take-out meals at home
Public Relations News Release 1996:281, p.1
2/20/1997 More Americans are starting to eat more take-out meals at home.
412 Alternatives for vegetarians on Thanksgiving
Northern Iowan 93:25, p.7
11/26/1996 Instructions for preparing vegetarian dishes for Thanksgiving.
413 Don't let salmonella ruin your holiday
Northern Iowan 93:25, p.8
11/26/1996 Salmonella bacteria in food can cause sickness or death.
414 Helpful hints for preparing your bird; clip this article for future reference; you might need it some day
Timpe-Yunas--Crystal A.
Northern Iowan 93:25, p.7
11/26/1996 Instructions for preparing turkey, gravy, dressing, salad, and pumpkin pie.
415 'Fat-free' doesn't mean you can pig out
Northern Iowan 93:18, p.5
11/1/1996 Columnist comments on fat-free food.
416 Picnic pointers
Public Relations News Release 1995:404, p.1
6/3/1996 During the summer, be careful not to leave foods sitting out too long and to use proper canning techniques to decrease risks of foodborne illnesses.
417 Hunger banquet - a "taste" of the real world
Campus News Network 6:12, p.2
2/26/1996 Campus Ministries is sponsoring banquet Sunday to show the unequal distribution of food around the world.
418 Skipping meals during finals not smart
Northern Iowan 92:28, p.4
12/8/1995 Students should make time for food.
419 Cause for food fair sickness may rest in students not washing hands
Maas--Tomma Lou (Class of 1996)
Northern Iowan 92:26, p.9
12/1/1995 Believes food poisoning might have been caused by dirty hands.
420 Stellas: new vegetarian restaurant adds variety to Main Street area
Northern Iowan 92:26, p.4
12/1/1995 Interview with owner of new restaurant.
421 Pickled pig's feet are from me
Northern Iowan 92:25, p.4
11/21/1995 Enjoys grocery shopping.
422 International Food Fair article "poorly investigated"
Northern Iowan 92:24, p.9
11/17/1995 Believes "Northern Iowan" article was incomplete.
423 ISA president denies poisoning
Northern Iowan 92:24, p.1
11/17/1995 Says food was fresh and stored safely.
424 Students poisoned at International Food Fair; two students hospitalized
Northern Iowan 92:23, p.1
11/14/1995 Food poisoning apparently linked to Food Fair.
425 Spam tastes similar to backside of wallowing pig
Northern Iowan 92:17, p.7
10/24/1995 Humorous look at uses of Spam.
426 CEEE hosts teleconference on hunger
Campus News Network 6:4, p.1
10/16/1995 Twelfth annual World Food Day satellite teleconference "Fighting Hunger: Looking Back; Looking Ahead" will be broadcast today at CEEE.
427 Long live vegetarians!
Northern Iowan 91:30, p.9
12/9/1994 Opposes hunting.
428 KFC ain't Jenny Craig
Den Adel--Kassia
Northern Edition 2:27, p.2
11/9/1994 Critical of mixed message of media with regard to eating.
429 Dining center preparation a day long affair; take a look "behind the scenes"
Wallendal--Heather M. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 90:29, p.5
12/10/1993 Food and menu preparation in Towers dining unit; photo.
430 Profile: Carol Fletcher
Campus News Network 3:21, p.3
7/26/1993 Profile of catering manager; photo.
431 Hall living home cooking
Adamson--Peter (Student--1990)
Old Gold 0:0, p.56
6/1/1993 Students talk about "home cooking" in the residence halls; photo.
432 "Positive Pyramid" modeling proper nutrition for kids
Public Relations News Release 1992:396, p.1
3/1/1993 Cindy Dostal teaches children to look at all foods positively and use the food pyramid.
433 UNI dining survey results in; students rate special meals and house dinners high
Putze--Aaron A. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 89:13, p.6
10/13/1992 Brief survey of results.
434 Turning on the juice.
Public Relations News Release 1991:648, p.1
5/18/1992 Ron Chung suggests that the current fad of juicing does not replace the need to consume whole fruits and vegetables.
435 Caffeine: more addictive than many realize; stimulant found to cause health problems with frequent users of the drug
Johnston--Krista L. (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 88:40, p.7
436 Don't be misled by food labels, says University of Northern Iowa health educator
Public Relations News Release 1991:279, p.1
12/16/1991 Sue Joslyn warns against food labels that can be confusing. New guidelines are being proposed by FDA.
437 A label law for folks fickle about their food.
Public Relations News Release 1991:262, p.1
12/9/1991 Sue Joslyn notes that the Food and Drug Administration is putting many new food labeling regulations into effect.
438 They're confusing, vague, and misleading--they're food labels.
Public Relations News Release 1991:60, p.1
9/16/1991 Food labels are difficult to understand.
439 Everywhere we look, it's honey, honey, honey!
Public Relations News Release 1991:40, p.1
9/9/1991 More products on the grocery shelves contain honey.
440 Taste testers choose new recipes for the fall
Northern Iowan 88:2, p.17
9/6/1991 Food service employees taste new food; photo.
441 Which cereals make the best breakfast choices?
Public Relations News Release 1990:577, p.1
5/20/1991 Grain-based cereals that are low in sugar, fat, and salt, and don't contain a multitude of vitamins and minerals are recommended.
442 American children going to school hungry
Public Relations News Release 1990:535, p.1
5/6/1991 Recent study shows the 25% of children in the U. S. do not receive enough food to meet their basic nutritional needs.
443 One of every eight youngsters under the age of 12 is hungry.
Public Relations News Release 1990:468, p.1
4/8/1991 Survey shows many children under twelve do not receive enough food.
444 How do you fix a rotting sweet tooth? Dental nutrition.
Public Relations News Release 1990:381, p.1
3/4/1991 Passing up sugary treats will improve our dental health.
445 Dining center offer new edible entrees
Northern Iowan 87:35, p.5
2/5/1991 Announcement of a new menu rotation for campus dining centers, which began January 30.
446 Iron deficiency in children is growing problem
Public Relations News Release 1990:274, p.1
1/28/1991 Americans lack iron in their diets more than any other nutrient.
447 Beating the battle of the bulge begins with good food choices
Public Relations News Release 1990:275, p.1
1/7/1991 Good nutrition and exercise are the only ways to lose weight and keep it off.
448 The pros and cons of eating organic
Public Relations News Release 1990:265, p.1
12/31/1990 UNI professor urges caution when eating organic food; supply, cost, and lack of certification process noted.
449 Building bodies of steel with iron--nutritional deficiencies.
Public Relations News Release 1990:264, p.1
12/24/1990 Survey finds that 71 per cent of 4-5 year olds in America are receiving less than half of the iron needed per day.
450 Don't forget your child's nutritional needs during holiday shopping sprees and parties
Public Relations News Release 1990:226, p.1
12/17/1990 Rest and proper nutrition are important to children, especially during the holidays.


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