An atlas that displays places in the United States that adopted some form of a Complete Streets policy; includes the ability to download the policies.
A report highlighting the work of six states to implement worksite wellness initiatives by using strategies such as environmental supports or community links to promote employee health.
A tool that can help communities make choices that improve public health through community design.
A report that incorporates the National Prevention Strategy and aims to increase the survival for older adults and ensure they are healthy and productive.
Learn about proven, science-based methods to help people of all ages get enough aerobic and muscle-strengthening activity. Use these resources to develop programs and policies that are informed by evidence on what's effective, replicable, scalable, and sustainable.
A webinar series featuring leading national and international experts presenting on emerging developments, opportunities, and challenges in childhood obesity prevention research, practice, and policy.
A list of evidence-based cancer control programs (EBCCP) on physical activity, which includes the scores, the intended audience, settings, required resources, and more.
A report summary on the outcome of classroom-based health education focused on providing information about increases in physical activity or fitness.
A report on whether college-based physical education and health education interventions increase physical activity and fitness.
A report on whether stand-alone mass media campaigns increase physical activity at the population level.
A searchable database of community-based studies assessing known factors impacting rates of childhood obesity, providing information on the study design, measures, content areas, and populations examined.
An obesity prevention toolkit that helps states identify evidence-based and emerging programs, strategies, and interventions.
A strategic guide for program managers, policymakers, and others on how to increase physical activity in the community.
Case study that examines the successful implementation of a worksite physical activity program in the Kentucky Department of Education and Department of Health.
Case study that explores evidence-based strategies to bring worksite physical activity to more people in Mississippi agencies.
Case study that examines early evidence for successful practices in an area in Utah to help staff members manage health at work.
A list of 196 common activities in which youth participate and the estimated energy cost associated with each activity. It can be used by a wide variety of people—including researchers, health care professionals, teachers and coaches, and fitness professionals—and in a variety of ways—including research, public health policy making, education, and interventions to encourage physical activity in youth. The website includes fact sheets for classroom and physical education teachers as well as public health practitioners.