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How "Public Markets" in Birmingham Food Desert Catalyze Community
Opening the Door to Local Libraries, Schoolyards, Gardens, and More
Making Smoke-free Housing Laws Strong – but Humane
Water: It's Not Just for Lunch Anymore
(Bag the Junk/NEA Health Information Network,
The Demise of Fresh & Easy: What Does It Mean for Food Deserts?
Fresh & Easy's Demise: What Does It Mean for Food Access in California?
Water Fountains Go High-Tech at Valley Schools
Survey: Drinking water compliance eludes some California schools
Perspective: Sweet and Sour
Good for Our Health, Bad for Our Farms?
A Fresh Start: City Requires Corner Stores to Sell Healthy Produce
CDC on Obesity: Public Health or Politics?
New Breed of Community Partnerships Aiding Schools
Big Tobacco’s Next Assault and How We Can Stop It
(Global Policy TV,
Judge Rules Restaurant Law Stifles Ohio Cities
Why Tobacco Lawsuits Loom Large for Obesity Prevention
LTE: Advocating for Public Health
Now is the Time: Updating Local Wellness Policies
(Action for Healthy Kids,
Improving Health and Building Wealth: Meeting Two Goals with Many Strategies
Are Poor Neighborhoods Really Food Deserts?
Graff: First Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Junk Food Marketing to Kids
Climate Change Planning: An Opportunity for Public Health
California Sets Trends in Health Regulation
Should the First Amendment protect the marketing of junk foods to kids?
Kids, Food Ads, and The First Amendment