Gap in diet quality between wealthiest and poorest Americans doubles, study finds

October 10, 2014

By Tracie McMillan The diets of low-income Americans have worsened in the past decade, even as the diets of the wealthiest Americans have improved, according to a new study that […]

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Rich or poor, schools fall short on providing physical activity

March 3, 2014

By Milly Dawson Schools in wealthier areas are more likely to have a physical education (PE) teacher on staff than are schools in poorer areas, but students in both wealthy […]

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More education, not income, fights obesity

September 25, 2013

By Stephanie Stephens Educational status may protect women living in socioeconomically disadvantaged areas against obesity, finds a new study in the American Journal of Health Promotion. The study adds to previous […]

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