More and more moms and dads are becoming concerned about sugary drinks — the empty calories, the long-term impact on kids’ tastes, the potential for obesity.

So we’re trying to do something about it in Howard County. The idea is simple: We want to make it easier for parents to serve the best stuff they can to their kids.

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Get the resources you need to spread the word about healthy choices in Howard County.

Our Better Choices Toolkit makes it easy to educate your members, employees, or visitors about the problems with sugary drinks and how providing better choices improves family life.

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Meet Canzilla East: raising awareness on the dangers of consuming too much sugar in drinks and increasing the risk for Type 2 diabetes and other diseases, today at the NAACP Youth Council Health Fair.

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The American Heart Association recommends no more than six teaspoons of sugar per day for kids 2-18. What can your community do? Click below to find out!

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This is a good effort for McDonald's. However, 100-pound child would have to run for over 71 minutes at a 6 mph pace to burn off the 540 calories included in a Happy Meal.

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Want to eat and drink healthier? Take the impulse out of your shopping decisions.

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Since the average person spends half of their waking hours at work, it seems like supporting healthy choices in the workplace should be a no-brainer. Yet wholesome options at meetings and conferences are usually limited. Here are nine tips to hack your way to a healthier meeting. http://bit.ly/2aGHhaL

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