The Patient's Voice: Education

By Megan S., Education Intern
January 29, 2013
 

Hello everyone! My name is Megan Sturman and I am excited to announce that I am the new education intern here at The DPC Education Center (The Center)! I grew up in Waldorf, MD., a small city just outside of Washington, D.C. I will be graduating this May, from Salisbury University earning my B.S. in Public Health with a minor in Sociology. One of the reasons I decided to pursue a degree in public health was because I am passionate about the health of others.

February 04, 2013
 

On YouTube there are a bunch of people who post various challenges such as eating a large spoonful of cinnamon or eating an entire jar of mayonnaise. These challenges come from having too much free time or are just creating a cheap laugh. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, Challenge comes from a much better place and is a way to create awareness of the daily struggle that millions of Americans face when trying to balance hunger, nutritional needs and staying healthy.

By Linda G, Guest Blogger
February 26, 2013

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