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Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let’s Move! on January 23, 2014
Today, First Lady Michelle Obama visited a local SUBWAY to announce a three-year commitment between SUBWAY restaurants and the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) to promote healthier choices to kids, which will include the launch of the restaurant chain’s largest kid-focused marketing campaign to date. In addition, SUBWAY will set and implement new marketing standards to kids and strengthen its already-nutritious children’s menu offerings.
Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let’s Move! on January 21, 2014
Last week, the Miami Heat visited the White House to celebrate their 2013 Championship win. Rumor had it, during their visit, they teamed up with the First Lady in support of Let’s Move! to highlight the importance of eating healthy and drinking water to perform like a champion.
Posted by Otto Porter, NBA FIT Team member and Washington Wizards forward on January 17, 2014
Ed. Note: This blog was originally posted on www.fitness.gov. To view the full post, click here. To kick off the New Year, the National Basketball Association (NBA) teamed up with celebrity chefs, community members, and partners to tipoff the 2014 NBA FIT Live Healthy Week. Throughout the week, the NBA family—led by the NBA FIT Team—highlighted the importance of healthy living by being active, eating healthy, and playing together.
Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let’s Move! on January 15, 2014
Yesterday, the Miami Heat made their way to our Nation’s Capital for their official White House visit to celebrate their 2013 NBA Championship title. Before meeting with the President, some of the Miami Heat players also spent time with First Lady Michelle Obama to work on a project to promote eating healthy and drinking water as part of Let’s Move! Because, when it comes to knowing about the importance of eating healthy to perform at your best, these guys know the drill.
Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let’s Move! on January 13, 2014
After clenching their second consecutive NBA Championship title, the Miami Heat will have their official White House visit tomorrow, Tuesday, January 14 to celebrate.
Posted by Sam Kass, Executive Director, Let’s Move! on January 9, 2014
In May 2010, the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) and First Lady Michelle Obama announced a commitment with 16 companies in the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (HWCF) pledging to take action to reduce 1 trillion product calories by 2012 and 1.5 trillion product calories by 2015. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) served as the independent evaluator of this commitment. 
Posted by Kelly Miterko, Deputy Associate Director, Let’s Move! on January 1, 2014
Celebrate the arrival of 2014 by making Let’s Move! a part of your New Year’s resolutions. Whether it’s trying a new vegetable each month or taking the time to walk your kids to school each day, there are plenty of ways to keep your family healthy and active this year. Check out some of these healthy tips from Let’s Move! as inspiration for your own resolutions!
Posted by Elyse Cohen, Deputy Director, Let’s Move! on December 17, 2013
Join Let’s Move! Executive Director Sam Kass, the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) and New York Mets player Curtis Granderson for a Twitter chat tomorrow, Wednesday, December 18 at 3:30 p.m. ET.
Posted by Katie Rush, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development on December 13, 2013
In the U.S., youth ages 8 to 18 use media, on average, more than 7 ½ hours a day – more time than they spend on just about anything else except sleeping.
Posted by Alberto M. Carvalho, Superintendent, Miami-Dade County Public Schools on December 12, 2013
Ed. Note: This blog was originally posted on the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition's website: www.fitness.gov. To view the full post, click here. The 350,000 students of Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) deserve the opportunity to be physically active where they live, learn and play. We know that having early, positive experiences with physical activity sets students on the course for life. Daily physical activity not only helps children stay healthy, it can also enhance important skills like concentration and problem-solving, which can improve academic performance and promote success in the classroom—and in life.