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The lobby of the Stephen P. Clark Center in Downtown Miami resembled a fresh market on Tuesday in honor of National Food Day.
Some South Florida teens are leading the way in their communities to make sure healthy foods are available in an effort to fight obesity.
A new program helps Miami-Dade residents stay healthy by exercising and eating right.
The students at Charles Hadley Elementary School in Northwest Miami-Dade are seeing the fruits of their labor.
Former President Bill Clinton was in South Florida Friday afternoon to make sure local children grow up to be a healthier, happier generation.
The country’s largest retailer is going healthy thanks to a push from First Lady Michelle Obama.
First Lady Michelle Obama will stop by Riverside Elementary on SW 2nd Street as part of her “Let’s Move!” initiative to talk about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables.