Closer to My Grocer
During National Nutrition Month, let’s talk about kids.
Featuring the second contribution from our guest blogger, advocate Pratyusha Pilla!
I hate when there’s nothing good to eat in my fridge. I’ll open it, glance around disappointedly, and then open it 10 minutes later almost expecting a different result. While it may be relatable to anyone else who has had unfulfilled munchies, this is an “issue” that some people simply don’t have the means to encounter.
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Losing Changed My Life For the Better
Meet Pratyusha Pilla, our newest Texas Pulse Blog guest writer! Check out her first post after the break.
Hello! My name is Pratyusha Pilla, and I am a recent graduate from the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin, currently attending the UNT Health Science Center Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences to pursue a Masters in Medical Sciences. I am an alumna of Alpha Phi Omega, a volunteer with Mental Health America, and serve on the Board of Directors of Atlantis Educational Services, Inc.
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