The former first lady launched the program to promote education for girls around the world.
Spotlight on Health: A Timely, Powerful, Life Changing Visit With First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House
On March 15, as an advocate, I was more in awe of her than ever -- in how her vision to help our youth live healthier lives has changed the lives of millions and will continue to do so for years to come.
Social determinants of health (SDOH), as identified by the CDC, are conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play that affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes.
Eating fresh fruit daily can improve your life. A recent article from investigators in Beijing, China, and the University of Oxford, England has shown how much this simple change in your diet can help you.
During his White House tenure, Kass took on several additional roles around food policy including Executive Director of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move!" campaign. Kass is also the first person in the history of the White House to have had a position in the Executive Office of the President and the Residence.
The first lady opened up about what she wants her legacy to be.
BRB, watching on loop forever.
Let's Move! was launched by the First Lady in 2010. She started this initiative to help kids and their families lead healthier
Thanks to First Lady Michelle Obama and her amazing staff, Let's Move! has made amazing progress over the past few years
In his latest documentary, Where To Invade Next, Michael Moore "invades" country after country, looking for lifestyles worth appropriating - so that he can plant the American flag upon them and bring them home. Of particular interest to me were his school visits.
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A long-standing advocate of youth health and wellness, and founder of the Let's Move campaign, sources have leaked that the FLOTUS has grown frustrated with her inability to rid the country of fat kids.
From birth babies learn from exploring their environment, whether it is seeing their mother's smile, feeling the wind on
The findings are promising for the search for solutions to the childhood obesity epidemic. More than a third of American