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Healthy Eating

Data Sources

Strategies in Action: 
Building Healthier Communities through Community-Based Prevention 

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  6. Gortmaker, S., Wang, C., Long, M., Giles, Z., Ward, J., et al .(2015). Three Interventions That Reduce Childhood Obesity Are Projected To Save More Than They Cost To Implement. Health Affairs. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 49:102-111. Retrieved from:

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  8. Wang, L., Yang, Q., Lowry, R., Wechsler, H. (2003). A Penny-per-Ounce tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Would Cut Health and Cost Burden of Diabetes. Health Affairs, 31:199-207. Retrieved from:

  9. Carande-Kulis, V., Stevens, J., Florence, C., Beattie, B., Arias, I. (February 2015). A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Three Older Adult Fall Prevention Interventions. Journal of Safety Research. 52:65-70. Retrieved from:

  10. Sutherland, R., Reeves, P., Campbell, E., Lubans, D., Morgan, P., Nathan, N., Wolfenden, L., Okely, A., Gillham, K., Davies, L., Wiggers, J. (August 2016). Cost Effectiveness of a Multi-Component School-Based Physical Activity Intervention targeting adolescents: the ‘Physical Activity 4 Everyone’ Cluster Randomized Trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 13(1):94. Retrieved from:

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  12. Clinton, J., Hwang, L., Egan, J., Hannon, M., Strickland, C. (March 2022). The Economic Benefits of Parks in New York City. Trust for Public Land Report. Retrieved from:

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  19. Noonan, C., Ward, T., Navidi, W., Sheppard, L. (2012).  A Rural Community Intervention Targeting Biomass Combustion Sources: Effects on Air Quality and Reporting of Children’s Respiratory Outcomes. Occup Environ Med 69(5): 354-60. Retrieved from:

  20. National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Air Pollution Removal by Urban Forests. Retrieved from:

  21. Community Preventative Services Task Force. Reducing the Harms from Drinking Too Much by Limiting Access to Alcohol Guide to Community Preventive Services, Centers for Disease Control. Retrieved from:

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  23. Volkow, N., Baler, R., Compton, W., Weiss, S. (June 2014). Adverse Health Effects of Marijuana Use.  New England Journal of Medicine. 370(23): 2219-2227.  Retrieved from:

  24. Borodovsky, J., Lee, D., Crosier, B., Gabrielli, J., Sargent, J., Budney, A. (August 2017). U.S. cannabis legalization and use of vaping and edible produces among youth.  Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 1;177:299-306.  Retrieved from:

  25. Community Preventative Services Task Force. Obesity Prevention and Control: Meal or Fruit and Vegetable Snack Interventions Combined with Physical Activity Interventions in Schools. Guide to Community Preventive Services, Centers for Disease Control. Retrieved from:

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