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Breaking News: AHA-Funded Report Finds Only 20% of States Measure PE Accountability

While every state requires schools to incorporate physical education (PE) into their curriculum's, a recent study found that only 11 states have accountability systems in place to measure student outcomes.

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New Mini Series Highlights How Sugary Drink Taxes Improve Community Health in Berkeley

Almost five years since the passage of Berkeley’s sugary drink tax—check out how Berkeley has invested the money back into school and community-led public health efforts in new mini-series by The Praxis Project.

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Dining Healthy in the Big Apple: New York City Makes Healthy Drinks the Kids' Menu Default

New York City has more than 26,000 restaurants. Starting next year, those with children’s menus must offer milk, water or 100% fruit juice as the default drink — thanks to the city’s new Healthy Happy Kids’ Meals Law.

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Celebrate National Public Lands Day with Free Admission to National Parks

In honor of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, September 28th, 2019, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone. Learn more about National Public Lands Day and how you can celebrate while having fun and being active!

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Signals of Change: An Update to the Culture of Health Measures
September 25, 2019

Four years ago, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) introduced the Culture of Health Action Framework, as well as a set of measures to help them promote and track the nation’s progress toward becoming a country that values health everywhere, for everyone. Read on for an update on the progress being made.

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The 2019 List of America’s Healthiest Schools is Here
September 25, 2019

Last week, Healthier Generation announced the 2019 list of America’s Healthiest Schools. Read on to learn more!

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