Anti-obesity hip-hop album aims to get students moving

08/5/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

The Partnership for a Healthier America, Let's Move! and Hip Hop Public Health have come together to create an album -- set for release Sept. 30 -- to help get students moving during the school day and ultimately help curb childhood obesity. "So many kids love hip-hop. It's such a core part of our culture ... and particularly in the African-American community and the Latino community which is being disproportionately affected by those health issues," Let's Move! executive director and White House assistant chef Sam Kass said.

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