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Los Angeles Considers Eliminating Soda Vending Machines
Los Angeles already has a ban on sodas in school vending machines and cafeterias...
Michelle Obama Celebrates the Anniversary of 'Let's Move! in Indian Country' and Incites More Involvement
A year after First Lady Michelle Obama and American Indian and Alaska Native youth planted the three sisters in the White House garden, she has released a special message about the...
'Fatkini' Blogger: Promoting Self-Confidence or Obesity?
Last month, Gabi Gregg, a plus-size fashionista, proudly posted photos of herself in a self-described "fatkini" on her personal-style blog Gabifresh ...
USDA Study: Taxing or Increasing Cost of Sugary Beverages Can Lower Obesity Rates
A United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) study, “ Measuring Weight Outcomes for Obesity Intervention Strategies: The Case of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages ,” has found that inc...
Will Bloomberg's Ban on Big Gulp Sodas in NYC Lower Obesity Rates?
In an effort to curb obesity rates, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a ban to limit the serving size of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages sold at delis, fa...
Tribal Gaming Linked to Improvements in Indian Health
Indian casino gaming has substantially improved tribal members' income, and in turn their health status and access to health care, according to a new study by the Institute for Res...
Study: Teens Who Develop Diabetes Will Struggle to Control It
The largest federally funded study on treating diabetes in teens, released Sunday, reveals teens who develop the disease will struggle to manage their blood sugar levels and will p...
White House: Share Your Inspirational 'Let's Move! In Indian Country' Stories
During the month of May, the White House will celebrate the anniversary of the debut of First Lady Michelle Obama's “ Let’s Move in Indian Country ” (LMIC)...
Shift Workers Face Increased Risk of Diabetes and Obesity
Working shifts other than the typical 9 a.m. to 5 p.m...
BMI Rates Poorly Reflect the Magnitude of the Obesity Crisis
More Americans may be obese than body mass index (BMI) rates suggest, according to a new study published in the journal PLoS One and co-authored by the now New York City Commission...
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