Community programs promote healthy lifestyles, experts say

02/22/2012 | Durham News (N.C.), The

Community-based programs that include schools, health organizations and families are the best way to teach people about healthy lifestyles and good nutrition to fight obesity, North Carolina experts said. Dr. Laura Gerald, state health director, said programs such as the Eat Smart Move More N.C. initiative, farmers' markets and opening more recreational areas all are ways to promote wellness and make sure the "healthy choice is an easy choice" for people.

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