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Spaide--Joanne K. (Home Economics Faculty)

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1 Reading those new labels.
Public Relations News Release 1994:8, p.1
8/29/1994 New food labels are intended to make it easier for consumers to understand what they are eating.
2 Label lingo for the less literate.
Public Relations News Release 1992:177, p.1
11/9/1992 Joanne Spaide states that new regulations will make labels easier for consumers to interpret.
3 Northern Iowa sources for this week's topics in the news
Public Relations News Release 1992:164, p.1
11/2/1992 The electoral college and truth in labeling are the topics for discussion this week.
4 The passing of the age of the Cleavers
Public Relations News Release 1991:434, p.1
2/25/1992 Today's family is changing. The Iowa Regents Center for Early Developmental Education provides a focused effort to improve early childhood education, especially for children at risk.
5 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.
6 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.
7 Concerned about high blood pressure? Pass on passing the salt.
Public Relations News Release 1990:485, p.1
4/15/1991 Salt found to contribute to stroke and heart disease, as well as high blood pressure.
8 Operation desert cookie--Baking for the troops
Public Relations News Release 1990:362, p.1
2/25/1991 Shipping food to the troops in the Persian Gulf takes extra planning and care to avoid spoilage.
9 Vitamin C--wonder drug or worthless cure? Claims examined.
Public Relations News Release 1990:288, p.1
1/14/1991 Joanne K. Spaide warns against taking large doses of vitamins.
10 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.
11 Hyperactive kids and holiday treats--is there a connection?
Public Relations News Release 1990:215, p.1
11/26/1990 Nutritionally balanced meals are especially important during the holidays.
12 Oat bran, rice bran, bran pills--wonder products or nutrition fad:
Public Relations News Release 1990:179, p.1
11/12/1990 Bran advantages and myths noted.
13 There's oil in them there fields--soybeans and canola
Public Relations News Release 1990:66, p.1
9/24/1990 Using soybean and canola oil found to reduce cholesterol in diets.
14 Vitamin C---wonder drug or worthless cure? Claims examined.
Public Relations News Release 1989:339, p.1
1/10/1990 Professor Joanne Spaide warns against the consumption of high doses of vitamins which may lead to serious health concerns.
15 The new cereal additive psyllium¿ can it really reduce cholesterol?
Public Relations News Release 1989:317, p.1
12/21/1989 Professor Joanne Spaide discusses the use of a bulking agent for fiber products in cereals. The product can reduce cholesterol by up to nine percent, but may cause allergic reactions in some consumers.
16 "Light" food labels may be deceiving
Northern Iowan 86:2, p.14
9/8/1989 Professor Spaide offers dietary advice.
17 University of Northern Iowa home economist sheds some "lite" on misleading food packaging labels.
Public Relations News Release 1989:22, p.1
8/29/1989 "Light," or "lite," can mean any one of a half a dozen things when it's part of the packaging on a food or beverage product. The public is being misled to false security.
18 Can we really eat better by checking the label?
Public Relations News Release 1989:10, p.1
8/28/1989 Joanne Spaide says consumers should be label-literate, it helps us define the real meaning behind the language of labels. She says many of them are confusing, and adds that many people are calling for a change in labeling procedures.
19 Story tips- osteoporosis.
Public Relations News Release 1988:550, p.1
7/5/1989 Joanne Spaide says statistics show that between 15-20 millions Americans suffer from the disease, and of these, 30,000 die each year. In order to prevent the disease it is important to have adequate calcium intake as a child and live a healthy lifestyle.
20 Bringing the world to Northern Iowa
Witt--William G. (Class of 1972; Public Information Services Staff; General Assembly Member)
Northern Iowa Today 73:1, p.12
7/1/1989 Survey of recent efforts at UNI to enhance international dimension to education; involves bringing more international students to campus and including international aspects in classes.
21 Calcium and proper lifestyle are keys to battling osteoporosis says University of Northern Iowa professor.
Public Relations News Release 1988:518, p.1
6/7/1989 Joanne Spaide promotes adequate calcium intake in our diet by eating certain foods and drinking milk. Lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking, being underweight and family history of osteoporosis are factors that increase the chances of osteoporosis.
22 Radio/ TV Tips
Public Relations News Release 1988:372, p.1
3/28/1989 Joanne Spaide warns about liquid protein diets, and how they can induce ketosis. Which is a build up of acid, when large enough, can upset the body's acid base and result in death.
23 Brittle bones-- broken hips -- fractured vertebrae -- osteoporosis to blame.
Public Relations News Release 1988:352, p.1
3/20/1989 Calcium and exercise is a good way to prevent the disease.
24 Think twice before going on that liquid protein diet says University of Northern Iowa professor.
Public Relations News Release 1988:349, p.1
3/15/1989 Joanne Spaide states several reasons she's concerned, ketosis can happen resulting in death. Our bodies are designed to eat solid food, what will happen to our intestinal tract over a perid of time. Short term effects include dizziness, diarrhea and more.
25 Natural fiber helps prevent coronary and digestive ails
Northern Iowan 85:41, p.9
2/28/1989 Joann Spaide gives dietary tips.
26 Radio/TV Tips
Public Relations News Release 1988:292, p.1
2/9/1989 Products containing dietary fiber are becoming popular items. Joanne Spaide says that for fiber to be effective it should be in the most natural form. Spaide also recommends getting fiber from fresh fruit and vegetables.
27 As fiber gains more and more attention, consumers should be wary of promoters' claims says University of Northern Iowa professor.
Public Relations News Release 1988:285, p.1
2/3/1989 Joanne Spaide warns claims being made by promoters of food products that contain fiber should be taken with a grain of salt. In order for fiber to be beneficial to the body it needs to be in the most natural state. Processinh reduces it's benefits.
28 Oprah does it -- why can't we? Liquid diets now the latest diet craze.
Public Relations News Release 1988:272, p.1
1/30/1989 Joanne Spaide, says liquid diets are not recommended as a safe way to shed pounds. Liquid diets can cause death in some cases.
29 Fiber-Fiber-Fiber-- We can't get enough of the stuff!
Public Relations News Release 1988:258, p.1
1/23/1989 Joanne Spaide says there are ways to find out just how much actual fiber is in a foods and says you don't have to eat something out of a box to put more fiber in your diet.
30 Holiday weight control¿ staying fit during a time of indulgence.
Public Relations News Release 1988:210, p.1
12/19/1988 Joanne Spaide says some preplanning can help people maintain their current weight. Avoiding alcohol will help maintain weight and after the new years begins, it is easier to lose weight.
31 Dietitians fight image as 'cooks'; maintain crucial role in emerging health issues, says Northern Iowa prof.
Public Relations News Release 1988:451, p.1
5/26/1988 Joanne Spaide says more dietitians will be needed in the next decade in corporations, advertising agencies, educational institutions, food companies, hospitals and many other industries.
32 Caffeine a contributor to fatigue?
Public Relations News Release 1988:427, p.1
5/16/1988 Joanne Spaide asserts that excessive or untimely caffeine consumption may impair normal sleeping patterns, and leave its consumers feeling more tired.
33 Health claims on food labels benefit producers, mislead consumers
Public Relations News Release 1987:273, p.1
2/18/1988 Professor Joanne Spaide warns that health claims placed on food items are often misleading.
34 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:132, p.1
11/10/1987 Michael Sonnleitner scrutinizes public officials. Joanne Spaide dispels vitamin C myths. Jane Richards discusses hypnotherapy. Jesse Jackson appears at the Auditorium. Barbara Pershing speaks on the dangers of coupon shopping.
35 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:6, p.1
8/19/1987 Robert Hartman gives advice on avoiding homesickness. Ken Jacobsen advises freshmen to visit career counselors. Seniors give freshmen tips on maintaining a successful college career. Barbara Pershing examines budget problems for new freshmen.
36 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:425, p.1
7/9/1987 Michael Sonnleitner examines the nomination of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court. Paul Winter discusses horse races. Joanne Spaide offers a brief history of ice cream. Jane Richards discusses dangers of smoking. Mary Franken speaks on strong families.
37 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:415, p.1
6/24/1987 Scholarships are awards are distributed to lower-income students. Barbara Pershing explains the sacrifices required to pay tuition. Larry Kelsey offers an astronomy course during RAGBRAI. Joanne Spaide discusses George Washington's ice cream obsession.
38 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:374, p.1
5/14/1987 Ken DeNault compares nuclear destruction with natural disasters. Barbara Pershing discusses why graduates are unprepared for living costs. Joann Spaide examines health risks of fast food. Pat Moffitt explains the goals of the All American Buckle-Up.
39 Radio News Network Broadcast Briefs
Public Relations News Release 1987:315, p.1
4/9/1987 Marilyn Monteiro explains why women leave the state more than men. John Somervill, Joanne Spaide, and Joan Thompson discuss anorexia and bulimia. Jerry Stockdale explains Amish farming. The Senate approves the fusion of health and physical education.
40 Radio News Network announcements
Public Relations News Release 1987:273, p.1
3/17/1987 Professor Dennis Clayson explains a correlation between physical stature and success. Mona Smith instructs an "Eater's Choice" class for healthy dieting. Prof. John Somervill discusses hyperactive children. Joanne Spaide discusses sports nutrition.
41 UNI professor to preside over annual state home economics meeting, April 3-4
Public Relations News Release 1987:255, p.1
3/11/1987 Professor Phyllis Conklin presides over the Iowa Home Economics Association's annual meeting. Professor Joanne Spaide presented a session on nutrition, and Professor Mary Franken presented a session on home economics internships with Lynne Beykirch.
42 Fad diet dangers described during presentation in Union
Finder--Sally (Student--1983)
Northern Iowan 80:48, p.12
4/3/1984 Joan Wageman and Joann Spaide present their views on fad diets.
43 Talk on fad diets planned
Northern Iowan 80:46, p.14
3/27/1984 Joann Spaide and Joan Wageman will speak.
44 China Seminar Series to begin this week
Northern Iowan 80:44, p.3
3/20/1984 Department of Geography will sponsor series; schedule.
45 Prospective teachers live in home management house
Old Gold 0:0, p.44
6/1/1982 Living in the Home Management house is part of every Home Economics major's schedule; photo.
46 UNI to hold nutrition workshops in Mason City
Public Relations News Release 1980:565, p.1
5/6/1981 UNI will host two workshops in Mason City for elementary school teachers on nutrition.
47 UNI professor Spaide conducts study on diet, heart disease
Public Relations News Release 1980:446, p.1
3/20/1981 Professor Joanne Spaide will be conducting a study to see the effects of dieting and how it can affect heart health.
48 Home Economics
Old Gold 0:0, p.16
6/1/1979 Home Economics Department does more than cooking and sewing. Students learn to look for changes in consumer products and use laboratory facilities, food, clothing and nursery school with an observation booth; photo.
49 Courses offered
Northern Iowan 74:43, p.3
3/3/1978 Four correspondence courses have been added or revised.

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