From JNEB| Volume 52, ISSUE 5, P464, May 2020

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Supporting One Another

      It is March and I am writing the editorial for the May issue, so forgive me if life has dramatically changed again and this editorial is not relevant. So many of our readers, reviewers, and authors are personal friends and close colleagues that I feel the need to reach out to each one of you, letting you know that we as a family of nutrition education and behavior practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and students will support one another and be fine. Many of us manage a crisis of some sort each day and help those who may need a little support. I am so proud to be among you, and know you are a resilient group.
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