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Health Reporter's Nutritional Well-Being Index Featured on KCRA News

HealthReporter author Nadzeya Sankovich
Written by Nadzeya Sankovich
Last update: October 9, 2023
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Health Reporter’s VP of Communications recently spoke with KCRA News to share an in-depth look at nutritional well-being in California.

Health Reporter's Nutritional Well-Being Index Featured on KCRA News

We are thrilled to announce that we recently shared insights on the Nutritional Well-Being Index in an exclusive interview with KCRA News, the #1 television station in Sacramento, California.

During the interview, Health Reporter’s Vice President of Communications, Nadzeya Sankovich, explained how the Nutritional Well-Being Index was created and revealed the methodology behind it.

She discussed the research’s inspiration and goals, explaining its significance for the health of Americans. She also explained why California ranked 15th.

This television feature marks a significant milestone for Health Reporter, reaching millions of viewers through KCRA News. As a testament to the organization’s dedication, the interview puts impactful health-related research front and center.

We invite you to watch the interview on KCRA News and stay tuned for more updates on Health Reporter’s initiatives to promote nutritional well-being.

Written by Nadzeya Sankovich
Nadzeya Sankovich is the Vice President of Communications at Health Reporter. Previously a professional journalist, she continues to write scientific articles and conduct research. With a background in sociology and medicine, she has worked with various healthcare organizations, from charities to telemedicine platforms.

Nadzeya is also a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists and a volunteer for a non-profit organization that helps underserved communities. Through her work, she empowers people to take charge of their health and well-being.
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