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A partner of the Active Living Network, Humboldt Partnership for Active Living, highlighted the need for change in its walkability audit of West Eureka, Calif.

Seattle students are now safely walking to school with the help of a .walking school bus..

Neal Kaufman, professor of pediatrics and public health at the UCLA School of Medicine, argues that the places we live, work and even learn have a significant impact on health.

Advances in American society over the last century have encouraged more sedentary lifestyles, according to participants at the American College of Sports Medicine's annual meeting.

The theme for the 2006 National Public Health Week, April 3-9, is ""Designing Healthy Communities: Raising Healthy Kids.""

Statement from Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, M.D., M.B.A., Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President and CEO, Regarding Release of Institute of Medicine Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity Report.

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Planners in Ankeny, Iowa, recently unveiled plans to transform 1,031 acres of agricultural land into an active living community.

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This is an online platform where people can provide and receive information regarding pedestrian issues.

In an interview with the Active Living Network, King County, Wash., executive Ron Sims discusses the importance of designing for active living.and why he's taking it personally. This PDF details th ...

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