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|PCRM Online | September 2005|
September 2005 Physicians Committee for Respo
|Journal Publishes PCRM's Childhood Obesity Conference Proceedings|
Childhood obesity became a hot topic this year. Everyone from the first lady to celebrity chefs like Jamie Oliver joined the dialogue on how to fight America’s childhood obesity epidemic. PCRM’s National Conference on Childhood Obesity helped kick off that conversation last summer. This month, the confe
|How to Beat the High Cost of Childhood Obesity|
Billions of taxpayer dollars are spent fighting the obesity epidemic each year. But fruits and vegetables would better stimulate the healthy growth of our nation’s children. At PCRM’s National Conference on Childhood Obesity, top scientists and policy experts shared research and proposed unique solution
|PCRM Online | June 2006|
|Childhood Obesity Conference 2009 Presentations|
Day 1 Presentations David Barker - Preventing Chronic Disease Frank Biro - Childhood obesity, childhood exposures, and adult morbidities Mikael Knip - Milk and Type 1 DM: The TRIGR Study Geetha Rahguveer - Adult Diseases Now Seen in Childhood Day 1 Panel: Neal Barnard - Are Government and Industry Responsi
|2006 School Lunch Report Card: Results|
background | the criteria | the report card | The Report Card School District Score Grade Fa
|PCRM Online | July 2006|
|PCRM Online | March 2005|
March 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicin
|PCRM Online | June 2005|
June 2005 Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
|2007 School Lunch Report Card: Results|
Background | Criteria | Report Card | The Report Card School District Score Grade Pinellas County Schools (Florida)
|Obesity Still Poses Serious Threat to Public Health|
By Amy Joy Lanou, Ph.D. This piece was published in the Dallas Morning News and the Akron Beacon Journal. Is the obesity epidemic over? Can we call off the fight against fat and stop worrying about unhealthy eating habits? Many Americans are now asking such questions—b
|Farm Bill 2008: Childhood Obesity, Health Disparities, and Federal Nutrition Policy|
Childhood Obesity, Health Disparities, and Federal Nutrition Policy Neal D. Barnard, M.D. Childhood obesity and the adult diseases with which it is associated are major threats to Americans. Overweight and obesity now affect the majority of the U.S. population, increasing the risk of diabetes, hypertension, and h
|PCRM Online | May 2006|
|PCRM Online | March 2006|
|PCRM Online | April 2006|
April 2006 Physicians Committee for Responsib