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A Cost-Effective Analysis of the First Federally Funded Antismoking Campaign looks at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 2012 Tips campaign, which resulted in a 12% relative increase in population quit attempts.

What Counts: Harnessing Data for America’s Communities, is a free book from the Federal Reserve Bank and the Urban Institute, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, that highlights the opportunities and challenges for using data to reduce poverty, elevate health, improve education, increase employment, and build stronger communities. The book is a series of essays from some of America’s most innovative social entrepreneurs and data experts, and is a resource for policymakers, funders, and practitioners.

Learn about the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program at Harlem Hospital Center, a pilot program that gives overweight or obese children a “prescription” to eat fruits and vegetables. The families also are given nutritional education, recipes and "Health Bucks" that are redeemable for produce at a local farmers’ market — at twice the amount that the families could purchase with food stamps alone.

Why should you keep smartphones and other screen-type devices out of your child's bedroom? A new study shows kids get less sleep with screens in the room.

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