The Nevada AAP partners with companies and organizations whose support helps advance our mission for children. A partnership does not imply endorsement of an organization's policies, products, or services and only begins after reviewing factors such as corporate citizenship, shared values, and policy alignment.
The Dairy Council of Nevada is a non-profit, nutrition education program led by registered dietitians. With youth wellness as a top priority, the Dairy Council of Nevada provides the community with nutrition education based on the latest scientific research and the concept of a balanced diet that includes milk and milk products.
Launched in January of this year, the HAVE YOU HERD? quarterly nutrition newsletter for health professionals shares the latest nutrition science, CEU opportunities, local professional development events and more with the Dairy Council of Nevada.
From nutrition education to free resources and handouts, there's a little something for everyone in each edition. Sign up for the newsletter here.
For kids, what they drink can be almost as important as what they eat, in terms of a healthy diet. In this public service announcement from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Shelly Flais offers simple recommendations for healthy beverages. For more information about child nutrition, visit HealthyChildren.org, the American Academy of Pediatrics website for parents.
Every year, around 3,500 babies in the United States die suddenly and unexpectedly while they're sleeping. Most of these tragic deaths are due to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) or accidental deaths from suffocation or strangulation.
The Nevada AAP has joined with the Clark County Department of Family Services to spread awareness about Safe Sleep and the simple steps you can take to protect your baby.
The Nevada AAP has partnered with the Southern Nevada Health district to reduce the rate of weight gain for children who are overweight while allowing normal growth and development. We are achieving this goal though the evidence-based 5-2-1-0 program.
The Nevada AAP is proud to partner with the CDC to promote Project Firstline, the CDC’s National Training Collaborative for Healthcare Infection Prevention & Control. In addition to our local events and activities, national AAP has created a web page perfect for Nevada AAP members to view and share with staff.