director's memo

DeSantis, Can
June 2010
Policy & Practice (19426828);Jun2010, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p3
The article focuses on the concern of First Lady Michelle Obama pertaining to the growing epidemic of child obesity as revealed during the meeting at White House in Washington D.C. The American Public Human Service Association (APHSA) has been viewed important due to their access of the federal and state public health in rural and remote areas. The innovative comprehensive program developed by some states intends to prevent obesity through Medicaid waivers and the state-only funded programs.


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