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March 2011

New Hampshire To Receive $1.9 Million In USDA Funding For Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Program In Schools

“A great step toward fighting childhood obesity in our state,” says HEAL NH Director, Terry Johnson CONCORD, NH — An additional 11,000 students could be snacking on free fruits and vegetables at public schools next year, increasing the number to... Read more →


Canterbury Spring Walk Saturday, March 26 at 10:00 a.m.

Get outside and leave winter behind! The Denoncourt household, the Emerson family and Five Rivers Conservation Trust invite you to come explore the trails on their properties on Shaker Road. Fish and Game Wildlife Biologist Emily Brunkhurst will lead us... Read more →


Plan to Cast a Bid for Historic Preservation in New Hampshire!

Looking for a unique gift, behind-the-scenes tour, get-away or valuable preservation service? Get ready to bid, and support the N.H. Preservation Alliance, during its first-ever on-line auction, March 25 – April 10 at www.nhpreservation.org. Here are a few of the... Read more →


New Fluoridation Website Sets the Facts Straight

CONCORD, New Hampshire – Today the New Hampshire Dental Society (NHDS) launched a new website (www.fluoridefactsnh.com) that serves to inform the public and address questions about community water fluoridation. The website includes general information on water fluoridation, its history, fast... Read more →


Think tank examines cost-shifting in health care systems

A new study released by the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies examines the health industry practice known as "cost-shifting"–charging certain patient populations more than the actual cost of their care so as to cover the cost of providing... Read more →


Independent Think Tank Analyzes How Cuts to Local Aid Will Impact New Hampshire Communities

Concord, New Hampshire- The New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies today released the first report, in a series, titled “An uneven Playing Field: The Disparate Impacts of Local Aid Cuts.” The report examines ways that cuts to local aid... Read more →