(New) Children's Health Crisis: Food

May 22, 2014
12:00pm Central Time
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Welcome to a special advance online screening of the latest installment in NPT's Emmy Award-winning series, "NPT Reports: Children's Health Crisis." In "Food," hosted by Kimberly Williams-Paisley (“Nashville,” “Two and Half Men,” “Father of the Bride”) and premiering on-air later tonight at 8pm on NPT, we ask, “What is standing between us and a healthy relationship to food?” The documentary, produced by Will Pedigo, draws on doctors, nutritionists, policy makers, community advocates, parents and more to explore the roles of everything from breastfeeding to farming subsidies to food marketing to family dinners to discover how our relationship to food is established and maintained, and the impact that has on our health.

Video Descriptions

Children's Health Crisis (Promo) | Kimberly Williams-Paisley | NPT Reports

TV promo for Nashville Public Television project "NPT Reports: Children's Health Crisis" featuring Kimberly Williams-Paisley.

Food: Children's Health Crisis | NPT Reports

What happens when children don't get enough healthy food? And how do we know what is healthy to begin with? In this episode of Children's Health Crisis, we'll look at our relationship to food and examine why we eat what we eat and how that affects the health of our children. NPT Reports: Children's Health Crisis -- Food is the ninth documentary in Nashville Public Television's series on children's health.

28min 56sec


  • Joe Pagetta

    Director of Media Relations and Online Strategies, NPT

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  • Will Pedigo

    Producer, NPT Reports: Children's Health Crisis: Food.

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