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After reading through the Affordable Care Act, Nicholas Mukhtar created Healthy Detroit, dedicated to improving health equity in Detroit.
To combat food insecurity among older Americans, local park and recreation agencies across the country have been offering a range of older adult nutrition programs.
Creative placemaking in parks for healthy communities.
Physical activity provides many health and fitness benefits, such as improved body composition, aerobic and muscular fitness, balance and flexibility, which can contribute to military readiness.
NRPA is proud to announce that the winner of the 2017 RWJF Award for Health Equity is Patti Solano, superintendent of community services at the City of Riverside Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department (PRCSD).
Measuring walking access to parks is a good starting point to link parks with public health goals.
Gardens can be used to foster a love and appreciation of nature. They can bridge connections to other cultures and provide opportunities for social engagement.
In neighborhoods where activities for youth are lacking, mobile programs step in to fill a significant void.
Improving nutrition and fitness for low-income preschoolers in St. Louis.
Through partnerships and collaborations, the Health & Wellness Coalition of Wichita is working to ensure the entire community lives a healthy lifestyle.
South Burlington (Vermont) Recreation and Parks Department sees success in helping kids develop health eating habits using NRPA's Commit to Health program.
Being healthy isn't just about physical fitness — we also need to consider the mental components of health and wellness.