First Lady Michelle Obama has taken another step forward in her campaign against childhood obesity and it will affect the food you eat at some South Florida restaurants.
The Miami-Dade Parks and Recreation Department has jumped into the county’s fight against childhood obesity.
When Miami-Dade students go back to school on Monday, some of them will notice their cafeterias have undergone high-tech, healthy makeovers and it’s all about battling childhood obesity in South Florida.
The Miami-Dade County School Board has joined the City of Hialeah’s fight against childhood obesity.
South Florida-based fast food giant Burger King is one of 19 restaurant chains to offer healthier kids meals in the nationwide fight against childhood obesity.
MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – The American Academy of Pediatrics has taken aim at the media saying television ads for sugary and fatty foods are playing a role in the childhood obesity epidemic in a new policy […]
A new program at a South Miami gym teaches kids the importance of exercise and nutrition in fighting childhood obesity.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam may shut down or restrict the use of vending machines in public schools in response to what he says is a public health epidemic of obesity that left unchecked will cost the state millions in health care costs.
A unique event which supports efforts to prevent childhood obesity and promote good nutrition is set to take place this weekend. Kids Eat Miami is Saturday, April 9th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Jungle Island.
Former President Bill Clinton was in South Florida Friday afternoon to make sure local children grow up to be a healthier, happier generation.