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Progress in Preventing Childhood Obesity: How Do We Measure Up?
Supports a congressionally directed Institute of Medicine (IOM) study to develop nutritional standards for competitive foods and beverages sold in schools (IOM, 2006b)
Supported a congressionally directed IOM study on the influence of food marketing on the diets and health of children and youth (IOM, 2006a)
Available (IOM, 2006a)
Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grants (CDC, 2006k)
Available (CDC, 2006k)
Coordinated School Health program (CDC, 2005c)
Available (CDC, 2006c)
5 a Day for Better Health campaign (CDC, 2005a)
Available (CDC, 2005b)
VERB™ campaign (funding ended in FY 2005) (CDC, 2005e)
Available (CDC, 2006n)
Prevention Research Center programs (CDC, 2006i)
Available (CDC, 2006j)
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) (CDC, 2006a)
Available (CDC, 2006b)
National Health Interview Survey (CDC, 2006d)
Available (NCHS, 2006)
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (CDC, 2005d)
Available (ARS, 2006)