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December 8, 2011
Pop quiz: On average, how long does it take most people run a mile? What’s your guess? Ten minutes? Maybe 12? According to Tina Klein, the answer is zero. Most people don’t bother to run at all, let alone a... Read more
December 8, 2011
“Scouting trip yesterday. There are more pieces of fruit on my desk than there were in the ‘food mart’ I went to. #FoodDeserts”—@CaitlinCNN, the Twitter handle of CNN producer Caitlin Hagain, who works alongside television personality Dr. Sanjay Gupta.  Read more
  We already know that Surgeon General Regina Benjamin is hip — she knows how to do the Cupid Shuffle, after all — but it turns out she’s also tech-savvy. The Surgeon General’s office announced this week the “Healthy App Challenge,” a... Read more
December 1, 2011
 When Pamela Green-Jackson first became inspired to start a program to encourage wellness among local young people, her brother Bernard Green was her biggest cheerleader. Green-Jackson was employed at a newspaper at the time, but felt a calling to work with schoolchildren... Read more
  Moving Ahead. In a keynote address wrapping up the conference, First Lady Michelle Obama announced that the next initiatives for her “Let’s Move!” campaign will focus on encouraging physical activity among young people, who she said suffer from a “crisis... Read more
“Children and teens viewed twice as many ads for soda in 2010 compared with 2008. @yaleruddcenter #obesity #soda.” “Drinking one 8oz sugary drink every day increases a childs odds of becoming obese by 60% @sugarydrinkfacts.org.” “21 sugary drink brands have... Read more