May 3 2012
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RWJF at Weight of the Nation

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Next week from May 7th through 9th, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity will host the Weight of the Nation™ conference in Washington, DC. Hosted just once before in 2009, this year’s event will highlight key issues in the effort to prevent obesity, and share research showing what’s working to help kids and families be active and eat a healthier diet.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and many researchers, practitioners and advocates it funds will be at the event. If you’re attending, visit RWJF at booths 206 and 208. Foundation staff members will be in attendance to talk with conference participants. If you can’t be in D.C., be sure to follow the RWJF childhood obesity team on Twitter, @RWJF_ChdObesity, for updates throughout the three days. Also check out the event’s website, where you can access a full agenda of sessions, some of which will be webcast live: www.weightofthenation.org. On May 10, visit www.rwjf.org/childhoodobesity to read session highlights and see videos from the conference.

Tags: Childhood obesity, Obesity policy, Nutrition policy, Obesity