Results of a Bridging the Gap study suggest that living in more-walkable communities is associated with reduced prevalence of adolescent overweight and obesity.
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A February 27, 2013, Capitol Hill briefing on how an active, inclusive recess can help students return to the classroom ready to learn.
The nation will need a larger, more diverse, and more highly educated nursing workforce in coming years.
Caring for an aging America is a challenge being met in many ways, including RWJF's programs and resources to solve the long-term care crisis in the United States.
Early childhood experiences and environments can greatly affect health, well into adulthood. RWJF supports programs to enable schools, families and communities to provide children the best foundation for a healthy, productive life.
Infectious disease is the 2nd leading cause of death worldwide, and the 3rd leading cause of death in the U.S. Fighting infectious disease requires constant vigilance and preparedness on the part of the public health system.
We have made great strides in caring for those with advanced, progressive or incurable terminal illness, but there is still a way to go.
At Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, we believe that by expanding preventive care, health coverage, and health-oriented policy change, we can reduce health care costs and help all Americans live longer and healthier lives.
Learn what the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is doing to fight the epidemic of childhood obesity.
The comparative lack of a usual source of health care (for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, and access to nursing homes) due to race, ethnicity, language issues and other problems such as transportation.
Patients do not always receive the type of known interventions and procedures that are proven to work.