Programs and Campaigns
BAM! Body and MindTM
BAM! Body and Mind Designed for kids 9–13 years old, BAM! Body and Mind gives them the information they need to make healthy lifestyle choices. The site focuses on topics that kids told us are important to them — such as stress and physical fitness — using kid-friendly lingo, games, quizzes, and other interactive features.
CDC's State-Based Nutrition and Physical Activity Program to Prevent Obesity and Other Chronic Diseases
Find out what 's happening in the different funded state programs.
The "Fruits and Veggies – More Matters" initiative, encourages the consumption of fruits and vegetables for improved health. CDC developed and maintains the "Fruits & Veggies Matter" site in partnership with federal agencies and other organizations. Check out the new Fruit & Veggies Matter Web site for tips, recipes, and more! You can find easy ways to add more fruits and vegetables into your daily eating patterns.
Healthier Worksite Initiative (HWI)
Worksite health programs can reduce costs to the employer and improve employee health and morale. This Web site was designed as a resource for WHP program planners in state and federal government. Planners at non-government workplaces may also find this Web site useful in generating ideas for WHP in your organization. Here you will find information, resources, and step-by-step toolkits to help you improve the health of your employees.
| IMMPaCt, International Micronutrient Malnutrition Prevention and Control Program
The IMMPaCt Program is a global effort to eliminate micronutrient malnutrition. IMMPaCt is committed to aid nations in establishing micronutrient interventions, and building surveillance systems to monitor the impact of these projects.
CDC has developed KidsWalk-to-School, a guide that encourages individuals and organizations to work together to identify and create safe walking routes to school.
CDC's LEAN Works!
This site identifies science-based interventions that work to prevent and control obesity and provides the tools that employers need to take action. It includes a variety of resources to employers including an obesity cost-calculator where employers can input employee demographic data to estimate the total costs associated with obesity and determine annual obesity-related medical costs for their companies.