The United States falls in the lowest quartile of countries for breastfeeding rates and the nation continues to experience rising levels of obesity
BPC announces an original initiative to foster better personal relationships and greater policy understanding between members of opposing parties in Congress.
We must ensure that the federal government is leveraging these programs to improve nutrition, especially among low-income populations who are most at risk for poor health.
BPC’s SNAP Task Force—led by Bill Frist, Dan Glickman, and Ann Veneman—will release recommendations to promote better health in America through good nutrition.
As negotiations begin on the 2018 Farm Bill, BPC today launched the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Task Force.
CPR Co-Chairs Tom Daschle, Dan Glickman, and Olympia Snowe discussed the importance of the CPR report’s recommendations in this current political environment.
First-Ever Obesity Care Competencies Offer Health Professionals Standardized Education to Help Patients
More than 20 leading health organizations are releasing the first-ever set of interdisciplinary educational competencies for the prevention and treatment of obesity.
The Trump administration lags behind its recent predecessors in making nominations for key government management positions.