CDC funds all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and communities to advance the nation’s chronic disease prevention and health promotion efforts. Funded programs include the State Public Health Actions to Prevent and Control Diabetes, Heart Disease, Obesity and Associated Risk Factors and Promote School Health (State Public Health Actions), and the Programs to Reduce Obesity in High Obesity Areas (High Obesity). These two cooperative agreements support CDC’s Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity’s efforts nationwide to make healthy living easier for all Americans through physical activity and healthy nutrition strategies.
This site provides resources for State Public Health Actions and High Obesity grantees (and other interested practitioners) to help advance strategies related to physical activity and nutrition issues.
Find program information about states and communities, and how they are promoting nutrition and physical activity strategies to reduce obesity, here.
- Trends in Obesity among Participants Aged 2-4 Years in the Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children—United States, 2000-2014
- Early Care and Education State Indicator Report
- Adults Need More Physical Activity
- Program Highlights
- School Salad Bar Action Guide [PDF-7.0MB]
- Vital Signs: Hospital Support for Breastfeeding [PDF-1.32MB]
- Surgeon General’s Call to Action on Walking and Walkability
- Obesity Prevalence Maps
- Healthier Food Retail Action Guide
Find more resources that may be useful in your public health work.
Proper nutrition is critical to good health. These resources focus on strategies to help increase Americans’ access to healthy foods and beverages.
Regular physical activity reduces the risk for many diseases, helps control weight, and strengthens muscles, bones, and joints. These resources focus on strategies to help increase access to places for physical activity in states and communities.
Both babies and mothers gain many benefits from breastfeeding. These resources focus on strategies that can help increase access of breastfeeding-friendly settings.
- Page last reviewed: November 17, 2016
- Page last updated: November 17, 2016
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