The Latest Advances in Fighting Latino Childhood Obesity
- Researchers contribute to policy changes for healthier cities? (Pg 1)
- Hunger and obesity become the focus of a TV series? (Pg 3)
- Latino tiendas differ in healthy food options? (Pg 4)
Also check out much more news, research and funding inside the E-newsletter, and discover the preliminary research results of a quartet of Salud America! grantees working in Latino after-school programs, community recreational centers and more.
Salud America!, which is dedicated to preventing Latino childhood obesity, is a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and is headquartered at the Institute for Health Promotion Research (IHPR) at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, the team behind SaludToday.
- Apply for the 2014 Éxito! Research Training and Intern Program
- Latina Researcher Spotlights Global Cancer Prevention Research
- Study: 70% of California Latino Kids Eat Fast Food Regularly
- Study: Toddler Obesity Risk Highest in Hispanics, Native Americans
- Junk Food Marketing’s Contribution to Latino Childhood Obesity
- Latino Health in Focus: Surviving Cancer, Reducing Obesity
- ‘Breast Friends Forever’: A Unique Support Group for Young Women with Breast Cancer
- Now En Español: 6 Videos on Latino Childhood Obesity Solutions
- Webinar 11/12/13: How to Build a Program to Help Latinas Deal with Breast Cancer Issues
- Fast Food Companies Increasingly Target Latino, Black Kids with Marketing for Unhealthy Foods