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Jacobs JA; Duggan K; Erwin P; Smith C; Borawski E; Compton J, D; Ambrosio L; Frank SH; Frazier ­Kouassi, S; Hannon PA; Leeman J; Mainor A; Brownson, RC. Capacity building for evidence­-based decision making in local health departments: scaling up an effective training approach. Implement Sci. 2014 Sep 24;9(1):124. PMID: 25253081

Tomsik, PE; Witt, AM; Raddock, ML; DeGolia, P; Werner, JJ; Zyzanski, SJ; Stange, KC; Lawson, PJ; Mason, MJ; Smith, S; Flocke, SA. How well do physician and patient visit priorities align? J Fam Pract. 2014 Aug;63(8):E8­E13. PMID: 25350264

Friedman DB, Brandt HM, Freedman DA, Adams SA, Young VM, Ureda JR, et al. Innovative and Community-Driven Communication Practices of the South Carolina Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network. Prev Chronic Dis 2014;11:140151. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd11.140151

Freedman, D.A., Peña-Purcell, N., Friedman, D.B., Ory, M., Flocke, S, Barni, M.T, & Hébert, J.R. Extending cancer prevention to improve fruit and vegetable consumption. Journal of Cancer Education, 2014.

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In case you missed them, we've collected some of the best recent articles on health and wellness issues.

Faculty member Dr. Darcy Freedman discussed a new study on whether vouchers for farmers’ markets can increase low-income families’ access to and consumption of fresh produce. Read more.

A new study shows the American diet has improved slightly, but those with higher socioeconomic status had healthier diets. Read more.

The Institute of Medicine from the National Academes looks at how policies and the built environment can affect health. Read more.

Can junk-food style marketing lead kids to healthier snacks? Read more.

U.S. Congressional Representative Marcia Fudge sings the praises of farmers’ markets and urban agriculture. Read more.

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on the link between food insecurity and obesity. Read more.

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