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Family Resiliency Center is research and policy center conducting transdisciplinary research. FRC's multidisciplinary, hyper focused teams and projects are individually constructed and generate dynamic, groundbreaking research that builds and shapes public policy and awareness. Research areas include environmental health, food insecurity, media and cultural influences, and how biological and community influences influence health. #talkFRCResearch podcasts are aimed at translating FRC researc ...
 
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This podcast previews the Food and Family Conference 2019. The conference takes place September 26, 2019 in Chicago, IL. The conference will bring together the nation’s foremost experts in human nutrition, obesity research, and child and family health. The event will be hosted by Family Resiliency Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Cham…
 
This podcast explores factors that influence the likelihood of women breastfeeding at six weeks postpartum, according to a new study. Researchers found more education and support for breastfeeding, increases the likelihood of breastfeeding at six weeks postpartum. The study also found women are not receiving education and information about breastfe…
 
This podcast explores Family Resiliency Center’s STRONG Kids 2 research project and what it could mean for the future of childhood obesity prevention and interventions. Using a cells-to-society approach to nutrition, the STRONG Kids 2 transdisciplinary project will provide unique insights into how individual biology interacts with the family enviro…
 
This podcast "unpacks" the health benefits behind kids packing their own school lunches. Research shows children who are involved with packing their own lunches tend to make healthier choices, end up with more fruits and vegetables, and have an opportunity to learn responsibility. This podcast features FRC post-doc Dr. Carolyn Sutter's in-depth res…
 
New research shows a relationship between phthalates and deficits in cognitive function in rats. This podcast explores what the findings could mean to humans and society as a whole. Investigators call it a "cautionary study" that shows exposure to phthalates at critical stages in human development could lower the baseline of how smart humans are as…
 
This podcast highlights the Military Families Learning Network and the opportunities it provides members of the military, their families, and other service providers. The podcast discusses personal and professional development opportunities that are accessible around the world. Hosted by: Ryann Monahan, Communications Specialist, Family Resiliency …
 
This podcast series brings together researchers from the Family Resiliency Center at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign to help you put their research into practice to help your family thrive. This episode highlights research showing that kids who are involved in the kitchen and in meal time preparation tend to have healthier diets and are…
 
A #talkFRCResearch Podcast on Holiday Chaos In The Kitchen: Easing The Tension, Improving Your Health, And Enjoying The Holiday. A special holiday themed Family Resiliency Center podcast featuring highlights from FRC research involving family mealtime and cooking with your kids. Listen in to explore ways family mealtimes can be improved this holida…
 
An eye-opening look at how a child's body weight and nutrition may influence their brain functioning and brain development. Dr. Naiman Khan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses his trailblazing new and ongoing research. This podcast also explores how Dr. Khan and his research team are contributing to the Family Resiliency Center's…
 
Picky Eating & Kids: A Family Resiliency Center podcast featuring newly published research exploring how nature and nurture may be influencing children's eating behavior. Hosted by Ryann Monahan, Family Resiliency Center Communications Specialist. Featuring Natasha Cole, a doctoral student in the Division of Nutritional Sciences at U of I and lead …
 
Unhealthy eating is a major risk factor for obesity and associated chronic non-communicable diseases, with the Caribbean having the worst rates in the Americas. This episode features Dr. Gail Ferguson talking about her new research project, the JUS Media? Programme, which focuses on combatting risk factors for unhealthy eating in Jamaica and implem…
 
Using a cells-to-society approach to nutrition, STRONG Kids 2 is examining how individual biology interacts with the family environment to promote health eating habits in young children. This episode features STRONG Kids Project Coordinator Jen Themanson who walks us through the program's goals and provides updates on where things stand with projec…
 
This episode features Jessica Jarick Metcalfe. Jessica is a graduate student and research coordinator in Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Illinois, and her research focuses on children participating in cooking and the positive influence this may have on their food preferences. She works closely with Illinois Extension for d…
 
Children are particularly vulnerable to environmental contaminants, and three-quarters of American children under age five spend at least 20 hours per week at an out-of-home child care facility. In this podcast, Dr. Barbara Fiese speaks about ways to reduce harmful exposures and create healthy environments in child care settings. Podcast is courtes…
 
Dr. Barbara Fiese, Director of the Family Resiliency Center and Professor in HDFS, discussed the factors that contribute to childhood obesity and answered your questions on June 2 on Twitter using #askACES. Podcast is courtesy of the College of ACESעל ידי Family Resiliency Center
 
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