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San Diego, California

Website: http://www.healthyworks.org
Location: California
Members: 4
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2012

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To promote improved nutrition, the County of San Diego is addressing regional food systems and the establishment of a San Diego-based food distribution center, linking local food demand to supply, and increasing access to healthy foods, especially in high-need areas. To increase physical activity, interventions are improving the built environment through integrating public health in transportation and land use planning policies. To promote healthy school environments, the county is enhancing and implementing school wellness and before- and after-school physical activity policies to create environments that promote nutrition, physical activity, and overall student wellness.

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