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Core Concepts in Health, Brief with Connect Plus Personal Health Access Card

Core Concepts in Health, Brief with Connect Plus Personal Health Access Card

Insel and Roth, Core Concepts in Health pioneered the concept of personal responsibility for health and individual behavior change back in 1976. Now in its 11th edition, it is still the market leader and is known for its scientific research base and its currency, comprehensiveness, and accuracy.

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401 Park Access and Schools for Children of Color Living in Poverty with No Access to a Car by State Assembly District

401 Park Access and Schools for Children of Color Living in Poverty with No Access to a Car by State Assembly District
Healthy Food For Children
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Los Angeles is park poor, and there are unfair park, school, and health disparities.

Children of color living in poverty lack access to parks, to school fields, to healthy food in grocery stores and restaurants, and to cars or transit to reach parks, schools, or healthy foods. They suffer from the highest levels of child obesity and diabetes.

There are unfair park, school, and health disparities by State Assembly District.

Thus, for example, District 46 (Nuñez) in Central Los Angeles has .51 net acres of urban parks per thousand residents, compared to 282.79 net acres in District 37 (Strickland) in the north county.

The disparities are even more dramatic if total acres of parks are included. There are .51 total acres of parks per thousand residents in District 46 (Nuñez), and 3,348.72 in District 37 (Strickland).

Central Los Angeles is disproportionately populated by people of color and low income people, while the north county is disproportionately white and wealthy.

These facts are illustrated in Chart 401C and Graph 401N.

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There are similar unfair disparities to parks and recreation based on
*State Senate,
*Congressional,
*County Supervisorial,
*City Council, and
*LAUSD districts

Read more in The City Project’s Policy Report Healthy Parks, Schools, and Communities: Mapping Green Access and Equity for the Los Angeles Region, a guide for creating healthy, livable communities for all.

403 Park Access, Schools and Child Obesity by State Assembly District

403 Park Access, Schools and Child Obesity by State Assembly District
Healthy Food For Children
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Levels of child obesity range from 23 to 39% in Los Angeles County, as shown in Map 403.

There are unfair school, park, and health disparities in Los Angeles. Children of color living in poverty disproportionately lack access to parks, to school fields, to healthy food in grocery stores and restaurants, and to cars or transit to reach parks, schools, or healthy foods. They suffer from the highest levels of child obesity.

The health implications of the lack of places to play in parks and schools are profound. In California, 73% of fifth, seventh, and ninth graders did not achieve minimum physical fitness standards in 2004. In LAUSD, 87% of students were not physically fit. Yet in 2006, 51% of school districts monitored in California, including LAUSD, did not enforce statutory physical education requirements. At LAUSD’s South Gate High School, 1,600 children took the state Fitnessgram test and not one passed. Forty schools did not have a single physically fit student. Less than 10% of students were physically fit in nearly one-third of the 605 schools in LAUSD. Only eight schools had student populations that are more than 50% physically fit.

Visit the core maps and analyses covering healthy, livable communities for all.

Get the The City Project’s Policy Report Healthy Parks, Schools, and Communities: Mapping Green Access and Equity for the Los Angeles Region.

301 Park Access & Schools For Children of Color Living in Poverty with No Access to a Car

301 Park Access & Schools For Children of Color Living in Poverty with No Access to a Car
Healthy Food For Children
Image by The City Project
Los Angeles is park poor, and there are unfair park, school, and health disparities. Children of color living in poverty disproportionately lack access to parks, to school fields, to healthy food in grocery stores and restaurants, and to cars or transit to reach parks, schools, or healthy foods. They suffer from the highest levels of child obesity.

Visit the core maps covering healthy, livable communities for all.

The City Project’s Policy Report Healthy Parks, Schools, and Communities: Mapping Green Access and Equity for the Los Angeles Region is a guide for creating healthy, livable communities for all. The Report provides a positive vision to:
*Create healthy parks and schools for all
*Revitalize the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers
*Improve health and reduce diabetes
*Invest billions of dollars in infrastructure bonds
*Promote economic vitality, green local jobs, and affordable housing
*Engage, educate, and empower communities.

Get the The City Project’s Policy Report Healthy Parks, Schools, and Communities: Mapping Green Access and Equity for the Los Angeles Region, a guide for creating healthy, livable communities for all.

Convenient Access To Affordable Fresh Produce In Workplaces May Improve Eating Habits

Convenient Access To Affordable Fresh Produce In Workplaces May Improve Eating Habits
Drop that doughnut. In a study called “Good to Go,” funded by a nearly $ 3.4 million grant from the National Cancer Institute, health researchers at Brown University will test whether setting up a low-priced, fresh produce market within workplaces will motivate higher employee fruit and vegetable consumption. “There have been no other studies like this,” said Kim Gans, research professor of …
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KEY WEST Divers to round up lionfish Divers will hit the waters Saturday at Hurricane Hole Marina to compete in collecting lionfish, an invasive exotic species that feeds on… read more
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Schizophrenia assessment program to be tested locally
Schizophrenia can affect people in so many different ways — everything from interacting with relatives to managing a household, handling money and maintaining healthy eating habits.
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HCG Diet Direct Weight Loss Diet Cites Government Support of Public?s Need for Access to Healthy Food Options


HCG Diet Direct

Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) June 3, 2010

HCG Diet Direct weight loss diet cites government support of the public’s need for accessibility and affordability of healthy food options in order to decrease the prevalence of obesity in the US. The Institute of Medicine, United States Department of Agriculture, the White House and the First Lady have been involved over the past 6 months in improving access to healthy foods at affordable prices.

New research by Professor Drewnowski’s research team at University of Washington (UW) suggests that old beliefs that healthy eating habits depended upon the proximity to a supermarket are not true. People will drive further (than their nearest supermarket or grocery store) in order to pay less for food. Current research is being conducted to identify various “food deserts.” The term food desert refers to areas in which healthy foods are not readily available at affordable prices.

Drewnowski’s research also focuses on the demographics of certain food outlets in order to identify obesity trends by grocery store. For instance, the obesity rate amongst Whole Foods and PCC shoppers was found to be 4% in comparison to a 19.8% obesity rate county-wide.

HCG Diet Direct’s Jenny Boynton said, “One of the main reasons that the homeopathic HCG weight loss diet is effective against obesity and overweight issues is because it hinges on the strict adherence to the approved food list. Foods on the weight loss diet list are strictly healthy and there are no exceptions to the rule. There are no days on which individuals can indulge in non-healthy options. They learn to eat foods that are good for the body.”

Homeopathic HCG weight loss formula is an all-natural weight loss diet that can be used to achieve drastic weight loss without invasive procedures. The HCG drops are taken three times daily and paired with a careful eating plan. The results of the standard 26-30 day weight loss diet can provide an average of 1 to 2 pounds of weight loss per day.

To get further information on HCG Diet Direct or the HCG Diet contact:

Contact: Jenny Boynton

Company: HCG Diet Direct

www.hcgdietdirect.com

Phone: 602-916-0002

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VIVmag Launches Free App for iPad Introducing Ubiquitous Digital Access to Dynamic Women’s Lifestyle Content

VIVmag Launches Free App for iPad Introducing Ubiquitous Digital Access to Dynamic Women’s Lifestyle Content
VIVmag announced today that its new VIVmag app for iPad⢠is now available for free download in the iTunes® App Store. Complementing VIVmag’s desktop/laptop PC and iPhone apps, VIVmag’s app for iPad creates a 360 degree journey inside the first all-digital luxury magazine’s exclusive interactive fashion, wellness and lifestyle content.
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California faces wave of aging residents
The first of the baby boomers — born from 1946 to 1964 — turn 65 in 2011, and demographers predict that California’s current population over age 65 (11 percent) will double or even triple by 2030.
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Positive ways to fight the battle of the bulge in kids
I have worked in the sports and fitness field for many years and I can’t help but notice the increasing amount of overweight children. Lifestyles have changed drastically over the last 20 years.
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ACCESS Healthy Kids Program Healthy Food Ideas

Our Healthy Kids Project (HKP) here at ACCESS aims to promote healthier lifestyles for children, ages 5-10 years old, and their parents through active learning about physical activity, nutrition, environmental health and mental health. The goal of HKP is to try to help make living a healthy life fun and easy while engaging not only children but parents. This is the perfect opportunity for families to learn how daily behaviors impact personal health now and their influence on future health. It is possible to make a large impact by just a small change. Group sessions include height, weight, and blood pressure screening for children, health screenings and referrals, food preparation techniques, how to read nutrition labels, physical activity opportunities, safer household cleansers and a fieldtrip for families who attend regularly. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Hughes, MPH Coordinator, Healthy Kids Project at ehughes@accesscommunity.org