There are two overlooked national health issues that are affecting college campuses across the country. and they are contributing to the leading causes of death for college students in the US.
The United States passed a major milestone last month, having now regained all 8.7 million of the jobs lost during the Great Recession. But many American families, businesses, and communities are still living with the legacy of the most severe contraction in decades.
We’ve known for years that childhood obesity is one of the greatest health challenges facing the U.S. Certainly there has been enormous effort and resources spent to stem this epidemic—and we are beginning to see some signs of a payoff.
On Thursday, May 8, the Clinton Health Matters Initiative is partnering with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Grantmakers in Health to hold Closing the Gap in Childhood Obesity: A Forum Without Walls.
According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, more than $2.2 trillion in investments in economic and social infrastructure over the next five years are required to meet critical infrastructure needs. However, we are spending, on a proportional basis, significantly less of our national …