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Middleton--Hattie M. (Design--Family and Consumer Science Faculty)

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1 Goodness and graciousness
Grimes--Vicki King (Public Relations Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 84:2, p.16
7/1/2000 Profile of Department of Design, Family and Consumer Sciences faculty member Hattie Middleton.
2 Healthy holiday eating
Public Relations News Release 1999:142, p.1
11/22/1999 Hattie Middleton talks about keeping the calories down over Thanksgiving.
3 Proper grilling techniques can help you avoid food poisoning
Public Relations News Release 1998:409, p.1
6/7/1999 Discussion with Hattie Middleton about proper grilling techniques to avoid food poisoning.
4 Women have special nutritional needs
Public Relations News Release 1998:322, p.1
4/12/1999 National Women's Nutrition Week focuses on the special nutritional needs of women.
5 Breakfast is one of the keys to a productive day, at school and at work
Public Relations News Release 1998:278, p.1
3/8/1999 Professor Hattie Middleton discusses the benefits of breakfast for adults and children.
6 Eat safe during national food education safety month
Public Relations News Release 1998:31, p.1
9/10/1998 Hattie Middleton talks about National Food Education Safety Month and ways to keep your food safe.
7 Move-in crew volunteers needed
Campus News Network 8:17, p.1
4/20/1998 Volunteers and coordinators talk about their experiences; photo.
8 Frozen foods can be nutritious
Public Relations News Release 1997:255, p.1
3/16/1998 Assistant Professor of Consumer Sciences Hattie Middleton to discuss nutrition value in frozen foods.
9 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.
10 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.
11 Lunch on the run
Public Relations News Release 1996:364, p.1
4/17/1997 Professor Middleton talks about the importance of lunch, and the foods to avoid during lunch.
12 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.
13 Brainfood
Public Relations News Release 1995:448, p.1
7/1/1996 Breakfast is important because it gives us the energy needed to supply the brain.
14 Building a better breakfast
Public Relations News Release 1995:255, p.1
3/11/1996 Substitutes for breakfast items explained as aids to reducing fat intake.
15 Bag it
Public Relations News Release 1995:182, p.1
1/22/1996 Tips on packing school lunches are shared.
16 Good nutrition, learning go hand in hand
Public Relations News Release 1995:151, p.1
12/18/1995 Skipping meals, especially breakfast, can have a negative effect on a student's ability to learn.
17 Keep an eye on the cook this season
Public Relations News Release 1995:166, p.1
12/18/1995 Food poisoning should be of concern this holiday season.
18 Avoiding the brick syndrome
Public Relations News Release 1995:159, p.1
12/11/1995 Fruitcakes don't have to taste like a dense paper weight.
19 Skipping meals during finals not smart
Northern Iowan 92:28, p.4
12/8/1995 Students should make time for food.
20 The lighter side of turkey day
Public Relations News Release 1995:139, p.1
11/20/1995 Placing ice cubes in turkey drippings allows the removal of fat and hence a reduced fat gravy.
21 Chomp Chomp Chomp
Public Relations News Release 1994:562, p.1
7/24/1995 Chewing gum should never be used to replace brushing our teeth after meals.
22 Good eating habits important for children; adults need to set example
Public Relations News Release 1994:172, p.1
12/12/1994 Children need to see parents eat a variety of foods.
23 A Thanksgiving dinner twist.
Public Relations News Release 1994:158, p.1
11/21/1994 Hattie Middleton suggests trying new food items during the holidays.
24 Taking note of milk.
Public Relations News Release 1994:146, p.1
11/14/1994 Hattie Middleton explains the benefits of drinking milk.
25 Kick-starting kids eating habits.
Public Relations News Release 1994:127, p.1
10/31/1994 Parents need to encourage their children to try new foods, according to Hattie Middleton.
26 Profile: Hattie Middleton
Culpepper--Gwenne C. Holmes (Compliance and Equity Staff)
Campus News Network 5:3, p.3
10/3/1994 Profile of Design, Family and Consumer Sciences Professor Hattie Middleton; photo.
27 Toward a healthier pie
Public Relations News Release 1993:680, p.1
8/15/1994 Pie crusts have been developed with a higher level of fiber, therefore making them healthier.
28 Peter Piper's pick of the week
Public Relations News Release 0:593, p.1
5/23/1994 International Pickle Week will be celebrated May 20-30.
29 Nutritionally speaking.
Public Relations News Release 0:394, p.1
3/7/1994 Hattie Middleton feels many people are not eating healthfully because of our hectic schedules.
30 The plethora of palatable pies.
Public Relations News Release 1993:294, p.1
1/17/1994 National Pie Day should also celebrate diversity according to Hattie Middleton.
31 Food for thought.
Public Relations News Release 1993:272, p.1
12/20/1993 Hattie Middleton shares healthy holiday recipes.
32 A day that's pressed between two slices of bread.
Public Relations News Release 1993:149, p.1
11/1/1993 Hattie Middleton states that the inventor of the sandwich probably never envisioned today's possible combinations.
33 American children going to school hungry
Public Relations News Release 1991:774, p.1
8/1/1992 Last year a study revealed that 25% of the children in the U.S. are not getting enough food to meet their basic nutritional needs. Hatte Milddleton states that without proper nutrition growth development decreases.
34 Iron deficiency in children is growing problem
Public Relations News Release 1991:774, p.1
8/1/1992 Hattie Middleton states that amount of iron needed by children varies with the rate of growth spurts and timing.
35 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.
36 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.
37 Faculty granted professional leaves
Campus News Network 1:13, p.2
3/11/1991 Roster of those receiving leaves.
38 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.
39 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.
40 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.
41 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.
42 Nutrition up in smoke--do smokers' diets increase risk factors?
Public Relations News Release 1990:201, p.1
11/19/1990 Analysis of smokers' diets find lack of vitamins A and C plus zinc. Even with proper diet, smokers have increased risk of developing cancer and heart disease.
43 Trick or treat pumpkinheads! Nutritious snack alternatives.
Public Relations News Release 1990:151, p.1
10/29/1990 Safety and nutrition should be considered when considering treats for Halloween.
44 I'll drink to that--more reasons to indulge in eight glasses a day
Public Relations News Release 1990:50, p.1
9/17/1990 Importance of drinking a eight glasses of water a day noted.
45 I'll drink to that--more reasons to indulge in eight glasses a day.
Public Relations News Release 1990:18, p.1
9/3/1990 Water is important for good health.
46 University of Northern Iowa dames elect officers.
Public Relations News Release 1990:685, p.1
6/6/1990 Dames is an organization of spouses of UNI faculty and staff, recently elected new officers for the 1990-91 program year. Eighteen past presidents of the group also were honored at the meeting.
47 Elderly nutrition- why aren't older Americans eating right?
Public Relations News Release 1989:670, p.1
6/4/1990 Hattie Middleton says transportation, emotional problems, pride, and in many cases alcohol abuse contribute to nutritional problems of senior citizens.
48 Happy Birthday to America's favorite sandwich spread--peanut butter
Public Relations News Release 1989:445, p.1
2/28/1990 Hattie Middleton provides dietary information on peanut butter to celebrate the centennial birthday of George Washington Carver's sandwich spread.
49 Now appearing at a school lunch near you- pizza hut pizza.
Public Relations News Release 1989:372, p.1
2/5/1990 Hattie Middleton, says pizza is a nutritionally based food, but says she is concerned that it may not be the best choice for some people. She says it is often high in fat, salt, and calories.
50 Halloween treats can be nutritious, safe and fun!
Public Relations News Release 1989:129, p.1
10/23/1989 Creative alternatives to sweets at Halloween include more nutritious treats, such as unsweetened dried fruit, cans of sugar free juice or pop, or individual serving boxes of unfrosted cereals.


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