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Fitness and Sports Nutrition

A variety of fitness and sports nutrition topics and resources from organizations and institutes that specialize in sports medicine and exercise science research.
Verb: It's What You Do  ( PDF | 477 KB )

DHHS. CDC. Youth Media Campaign

National, multicultural, social marketing campaign to encourages young people ages 9-13 (tweens) years to be physically active every day. Includes a Tween site and a Spanish-language site.

DHHS. CDC. National Centers for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

Topics provide information about the importance of physical activity and how to make it an enjoyable part of life.

DHHS. CDC. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

Systematic reviews of physical activity interventions to improve health and prevent disease in communities. Includes campaigns and informational approaches, behavioral and social approaches and environmental and policy approaches.

DHHS. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.

Visit HealthyPeople.gov for information on muscular strength, endurance and flexibility activities throughout the lifecycle and across gender and ethnicity. Read about issues and trends, disparities, and barriers to access.

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