These are the years when the social determinants of health really kick into action.
Are you ready to walk? Register for an event and learn how to get your community moving!
ACEs have a significant impact on future health outcomes. Read what is being done to increase awareness of ACEs and build resilience in the children that experience them.
Northeast Independent School District was known for their strong wellness policy and had great success with improved nutrition during the school day, but after-school events were another matter.
School garden programs are on the rise in US public elementary schools, but are less common in schools with economically disadvantaged student populations.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report “Time to Act: Investing in the Health of our Children and Communities”, combined with Community Commons tools, can help you build a better America.
By Larry A. Soler of Partnership for a Healthier America. Everyone from Fortune 500 companies to the scrappiest of nonprofits, to parents, teachers and legislators, has a role to play in reversing the childhood obesity epidemic.
The Wellness Center at Northern Kentucky University has embraced a curriculum inspired by the series The Weight of the Nation.
Last year we challenged you to improve vending options in your schools, workplace, or community. How did it go?
An “aha” moment led this Winnebago County Literacy Council to bring healthy food to hungry learners.