Signs of Progress
In recent years, some cities, counties, and states have measured declines in childhood obesity rates. Many of the places reporting declines have implemented a wide range of strategies to make healthy foods available and encourage physical activity in schools and communities.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is sharing reports like these, in the hopes that they can serve as a guide to other leaders looking to make healthy changes. The stories are available at:

If childhood obesity rates have declined in your community, or if you know of a place where they are, please let us know. We might be able to feature your data and story too. The data need to be publicly available, and height and weight information should be measured, not self-reported. If you’d like to share a story or data, please complete the form below.

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