Posted by Howard K. Koh, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Secretary for Health on December 3, 2010
Today, HHS launched the latest version of the historic Healthy People initiative ─ a comprehensive national health promotion and disease prevention agenda for the next decade.
Posted by Robin Schepper, Executive Director of Let's Move! on December 3, 2010
First Lady Michelle Obama traveled to Harlem, NYC to check out an innovative partnership between a local elementary school and the Police Athletic League (PAL). I knew we were close to our destination when I saw throngs of people outside on the streets waving at our cars. Entering the Police Athletic League’s Harlem Center, we saw 75 kids in matching t-shirts waiting for us. The First Lady's visit was a surprise and we heard screams of delight as she entered the gym.
Posted by Beata Okulska, Executive Director, KEEN Greater DC on December 1, 2010
On November 29, 2010 President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama congratulated 18 athletes from the KEEN Greater DC affiliate of Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN) and 39 students from Maury Elementary School for earning their Presidential Active Lifestyle Awards (PALAs) at a special gathering at the White House.
Posted by Joshua DuBois, Executive Director of the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships on December 1, 2010
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of joining First Lady Michelle Obama as she launched the newest effort within the Let’s Move! initiative, Let’s Move Faith and Communities. Let’s Move! is the First Lady’s initiative to solve the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation. We launched this special effort in a conference call with over 4,500 people, including faith-based and community leaders representing more than 50 organizations that have already committed to Let’s Move Faith and Communities.