Kansas Health Officer Jason Eberhart-Phillips says it's never too early to start healthy habits. “The earlier we start with children to address the No. 1 public health problem of obesity, the better," he said.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation gave Kansas a C grade when it comes to state regulations for child care homes and child care centers in regards to healthy eating and exercise.
Shelley Terrell, left, is director of the post surgical unit at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Jaye Cole, right, is director of Kreider Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation at Lawrence Memorial Hospital. They are members of the Lawrence Healthy Bones Team.
Jaye Cole is director of Kreider Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Director Joe Winston and producer Laura Cohen.
Brittany Barden campaigns to re-elect former attorney general Phill Kline.
Donn Teske, president of the Kansas Farmers Union, is seen in the film lobbying before Congress.
Premier Martial Arts, one of Schwegler School’s business partners, visits the third-graders and talks about respect, the school’s September character theme. Third-graders presented Premier with a banner of pictures that each student drew about respect. Kea Wormsley, counselor and mental health professional with the school, submitted the picture.
A car dealer attaches the new number plate to a recently sold small van at a GM joint venture dealership in Chengdu, in southwestern China’s Sichuan province Nov. 26. China has overtaken the U.S. as the world’s biggest market for automobiles, the first time any other country has bought more vehicles than the nation that produced Henry Ford, the Cadillac and the minivan.
A modern twist on a classic tale, Dinsey’s "The Princess and the Frog" concerns a young girl who lives in New Orleans during the Jazz Age, a frog prince who desperately wants to be human again and a fateful kiss that leads them both on a comical adventure.
Santa and the twins.