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If you haven’t already tweeted about your disappointment in the Administration’s failure to keep school meals healthy, now is the time!
We all want what’s best for our children and strive to keep them healthy and happy. This is very difficult in today’s hectic world. Our children are being constantly exposed to seductive advertising for non-healthy food and beverage options.
In today’s technology-driven world, teens are disconnected from their environment and spend very little time outdoors, which threatens their health and well-being. A new survey from NEEF uncovers critical insights into how teens interact with the outdoors and who they turn to for information about the environment.
Did you know that November was Native American Heritage month? Did you miss out on learning more information or getting involved?
To ensure that everyone has a fair and just opportunity to be as healthy as possible, we must remove obstacles to health.1 In the United States, junk food marketing to children is one of those obstacles because it encourages unhealthy diets and, ultimately, fuels disease. Such marketing is also a racial and health equity issue because junk food companies specifically target children and youth of color. Understanding and communicating effectively about this type of targeted marketing is a critical step toward achieving health equity.