obesity

  • Childhood Obesity - Everyone’s Concern

    Mary Jayne Rogers Ph.D.

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    It’s been too long since I have reached out to talk about what is happening in the world of health and wellness.  I’ve been involved with the Women Economic Forum (WEF) which is a global association of women who come together to address some of the world’s problems the way women do best – connecting, problem-solving, and dynamically facilitating change.

  • Interview with the IDEA Fitness Journal

    Dr. Mary Jayne was recently featured in an interview with the IDEA Fitness Journal in cooperation with ACE (American Council on Exercise).  The entire interview is available below.

  • Can we have a serious conversation about obesity?

    Health Care Costs due To Obesity

    Health Care Costs due To Obesity
    The Health, Fitness, Wellness industry has been the object of my passion for nearly 40 years.  Through the years, I have worked with a variety of businesses, organizations and personal clients.  My professional experiences along with being a mother of two has moved me to become an advocate for healthy changes in schools, families, neighborhoods and businesses.  Along with that I have partnered with and trained fitness and wellness professionals as well as business and community leaders who share this passion for helping individuals and communities foster positive healthful change.
  • Making healthy choices for your kids - She Knows Parenting

    she knows parentingTaking a look at the data over the past 50 years we can see that the percentage of overweight or obese children used to be less than 5 percent. Through the years, that percentage has continued to climb to the alarming rate of over 33 percent in 2010.

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  • THE EPIDEMIC OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY

    Making healthy choices for your kids

    Taking a look at the data over the past 50 years we can see that the percentage of overweight or obese children used to be less than 5 percent. Through the years, that percentage has continued to climb to the alarming rate of over 33 percent in 2010.

    Health and wellness professionals have been warning us about this trend for decades. Yet we still see school districts limiting physical education and allowing children access to sugary, low/no nutrient foods at school.

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