Maya Rockeymoore

Leadership for Healthy Communities

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President of Global Policy Solutions, a policy consulting firm based in Washington, DC, and Director of Leadership for Healthy Communities, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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It's common knowledge that Americans live in an environment that promotes obesity.  But, despite years of warnings, they're getting fatter than ever.

America's Obesity Epidemic and the Culture of Fatness

It's common knowledge that Americans live in an environment that promotes obesity.  But, despite years of warnings, they're getting fatter than ever.

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