At Centura Health at Home in Denver, Andrea Silva resolved a struggle that many new mothers face – returning to work while continuing to provide nutritious breast milk for her baby.
Meet Andrea Silva
Abang Ojullu remembers all too vividly the day she put her eldest daughter on a small ambulance jet bound for Sioux Falls. The child’s asthma attack was too severe for doctors in rural Worthington, Minn. to treat.
Meet Abang Ojullu
A Closing Word from Risa Lavizzo-Mourey on the Commission to Build a Healthier America
by Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, President and CEO, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
December 17, 2009
After a year and a half, two major reports and national events, three regional field hearings, nine issue briefs, two chart books, and more than 50 meetings with leaders from government and the private sector, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America has come to a close.
From Congress to the Cafeteria: Healthy Food is a Priority
by David R. Williams, Ph.D., Staff Director
November 03, 2009
The Commission recognized the importance of nutritious food for improving the health of Americans when it released its recommendations in April. It saw communities without any access to grocery stores and fresh produce, school meals for children containing chicken nuggets, pizza and fries, and a country disconnected from the food system it relies on for its nutritional wellbeing. But recently, the tide has begun to turn.
Guest Post: “What does ‘good health’ mean to girls?”
by Laurie A. Westley, Senior Vice President, Girl Scouts of the USA
November 05, 2009
America’s health starts with healthy children, but what does “good health” mean to kids? At Girls Scouts of the USA, we’re working to bring an important perspective to the table: we know what works for girls.