Ten South Carolina municipalities are experiencing a growing economy thanks to pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly infrastructure improvement projects.
Within days of taking office, South Carolina’s new state school superintendent, Molly Spearman, has erected new barriers between low-income children and nutritious meals. She has lifted the ban on selling junk food in schools. But the link between good nutrition and clear thinking is well established.
More than 200 other cities in the U.S. received the recognition for actively providing youth opportunities for play.
Watch a healthy eating/active living report on three school districts in S.C. airing March 24 on ETV.
A new era is sweeping over Greenville County schools. More and more are abandoning activities like fast-food coupons and pizza parties to reward good grades and other achievements in favor of healthier options like extra recess.
LiveWell Greenville has received a $1.95 million Community Transformation Grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to support healthy choices in schools and after school sites in Greenville County. The grant will enable LiveWell Greenville and its partners to expand successful strategies that include improving nutrition in schools and after school settings, […]
Greenville County pediatric practices are using the LiveWell Greenville pediatric toolkit to facilitate discussion on healthy eating and active living, and it’s working.
Activate Upstate in Greenville and Partners for Active Living, Hub City Farmers’ Market, in partnership with Spartanburg’s Childhood Obesity Taskforce in Spartanburg, have each been awarded a 4-year $360,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.