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LiveWell Shares Lessons Learned at American Public Health Association’s 2016 Conference in Denver

LiveWell Shares Lessons Learned at American Public Health Association’s 2016 Conference in Denver The American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting and Expo was held October 29 through November 2 in Denver. The event brought together more than 12,000 public health professionals... Read More

The Mouth Isn’t Separate from the Body: Why Dental Health Matters

The Mouth Isn’t Separate from the Body: Why Dental Health Matters By Leslie Levine, Technical Assistance & Research Manager, LiveWell Colorado At its annual Engage in the Change luncheon on October 5, LiveWell celebrated the achievements of Delta Dental of... Read More

Standing Up for a Healthy School Environment: Soda in Schools

Standing Up for a Healthy School Environment By Leslie Levine, MPH, LiveWell Colorado Technical Assistance and Research Manager Today’s obesity crisis is a complex issue that cannot be solved overnight and requires a multi-pronged approach. One of those approaches is... Read More

LiveWell Prowers County: A Bird’s Eye View

LiveWell Prowers County: A Bird’s Eye View By Leslie Levine, MPH Technical Assistance and Research Manager, LiveWell Colorado I often start my blogs by letting people know how long I’ve been working at LiveWell Colorado. It’s been almost 9 years, so... Read More

LiveWell’s School Food Initiative: Carving out a Model for Sustainable Scratch Cooking in Colorado Schools

By Leslie Levine, Technical Assistance & Research Manager, LiveWell Colorado   I am the longest-running employee at LiveWell Colorado, so I have been around to witness many transitions in the LiveWell@School Food Initiative program model since its launch in 2010.... Read More

Unhealthy Food Marketing in Schools

By Leslie Levine, LiveWell Colorado Technical Assistance and Research Coordinator On my way into work the other morning, I listened to the radio DJ talk about her young son selling cookies for a school fundraiser. I then remembered that my... Read More