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Project ACT (Active by Choice Today), a five-year, National Institutes of Health study taking place at 24 middle schools throughout South Carolina, uses motivational theory and behavioral skills to ...

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In Spartanburg, S.C., a group of co-workers now spend lunchtime biking along a rail trail thanks to the Hub Cycle program. Read more> ...

The Harvest Foundation has committed $1.56 million to help Martinsville, Virginia, create a more human-scaled community.

A pilot study conducted recently by the Active Living Resource Center illuminates findings from City-Safe Routes to School, a program for diverse populations in heavily urbanized environments.

Citing how big signature parks are gathering momentum, Trust for Public Land president Will Rogers observes that cities around the country are leading with public realm investments to become more c ...

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The first Safe Routes to School National Conference, November 5–7, 2007, in Dearborn, Mich., will address the unique needs of those in urban, suburban and rural settings. It is presented by the N ...

The new Physical Activity @ Work website, launched by the Alberta Centre for Active Living, offers tips and tools for encouraging physical activity at work to increase health (and productivity). Th ...

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The W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced today $4.5 million in grants to nine projects nationwide that will participate in an effort to help communities embrace active living and healthy eating. Each ...

Six prominent funders have teamed up to form the Healthy Eating/Active Living Convergence Partnership to advance and accelerate their collective efforts to promote healthy people and healthy places ...

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced that it will commit at least $500 million over the next five years to fight childhood obesity, the largest commitment by any foundation to combat ...

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