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Physical activity is not just good for the body. How can we better support communities in making physical activity an everyday occurrence for all children and youth?

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The rate of childhood obesity has increased four-fold over the past forty years, and rates of physical inactivity and obesity are disproportionately high among Latino and African American youth.

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Every year on March 10, we recognize National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) across the nation as a day to raise awareness of the unique impact of HIV on women and girls, and the prevention and care resources available to them.

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Despite representing just 13% of the total U.S. population, African Americans account for almost half (44%) of all new HIV infections, and comprise nearly half (43%) of all people living with HIV.

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As we approach the end of Open Enrollment on January 31, make sure to talk to your friends and family about finding affordable health coverage.