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WHYY’s Fit series is made possible by Get Healthy Philly, supporting access to healthy and affordable foods, and opportunities for physical activity in daily living. Here are some of the other key partners of Get Healthy Philly and WHYY’s Fit.

The Food TrustThe Food Trust:
www.thefoodtrust.org

Bicycle Coalition of Greater PhiladelphiaBicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia:
www.bicyclecoalition.org

Temple School of Medicine Center for Obesity Research and Education (CORE)Temple School of Medicine Center for Obesity Research and Education (CORE):
www.temple.edu

University of Pennsylvania Center for Health Behavior ResearchUniversity of Pennsylvania Center for Health Behavior Research:
www.med.upenn.edu

Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against HungerGreater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger:
www.hungercoalition.org

Centers for Disease ControlCenters for Disease Control:
www.cdc.gov

The Annenberg Public Policy CenterThe Annenberg Public Policy Center:
www.annenbergpublicpolicycenter.org

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1 Response to Partners of WHYY’s Fit

  • nancy bacher long

    I’d like to share information on an upcoming event with FIT readers/participants. “Guess What’s Coming for Dinner: Food Politics in the 21st Century” will be held Sept 15-25 in Cape May. We will feature speakers such as Joel Salatin, Aaron McCargo and Amy Cotler,food demos, hands-on tours of CSAs and more. Learn about it at http://www.capemayforum.org



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Get Healthy Philly is part of the Communities Putting Prevention to Work Initiative, a federal effort to: prevent and delay chronic disease, reduce risk factors, promote wellness in children and adults, and provide positive sustainable health change in our communities.


Food Fit Philly is part of Get Healthy Philly, a program that works to reduce and prevent obesity and related chronic diseases (like heart disease and diabetes) by increasing access to healthy foods that people can afford.


Your body needs help when it's time to quit. SmokeFree Philly is a program of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health that offers support and tools to help smokers quit. The goal of SmokeFree Philly is to: help people to quit smoking, stop people from starting to use tobacco, and reduce heart disease, cancer and other illnesses caused by smoking.