Did you know that 1 in 7 Middle Tennesseans struggle with hunger? If someone needs emergency food assistance, contact Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
On this December episode of Community Health Matters, we hear from experts on disability assistance, flu vaccination and food insecurity.
Did you know 1 in 6 adults and 1 in 4 children in Tennessee struggle with hunger every day?
Second Harvest Food Bank and its partners are committed to feeding hungry people and are working to solve hunger issues in our community. If you know someone who needs emergency food assistance, contact Second Harvest at 615-329-3491 or dial 211.
January’s topics include full term delivery and waiting for health babies, managing diabetes in adults and children and fighting hunger in Tennessee.
Dr. Michael Warren from the Tennessee Department of Health talks about the importance of carrying your baby to full-term, and why healthy babies are worth the wait.
Pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Deanna Aftab Guy joins us to talk about diabetes, its prevalence in Tennessee, and tips for identifying and managing the disease in adults and children
Jaynee Day of Second Harvest Food Bank talks about the problem of hunger impacting the lives of 1 in 4 children in Tennessee everyday and how Second Harvest is working to solve hunger issues in this state.
Jaynee Day of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee talks about the problem of hunger and how Second Harvest is working to solve hunger issues in Tennessee.