Lorenzo's Restaurant and Commons Cafe were the first to answer Oddo's call to sell healthier foods.
Harry Mcneary started The Urban Community Food Project in 2012.
The borough also has the highest rate of smokers and heart disease in the city.
The Youth Fitness Ambassador Program teaches kids ages 5 to 15 exercise and healthy eating.
New endurance program aims to reduce obesity and weight related illness through fun community workouts.
The nutrition campaign promotes small steps in the borough with the highest obesity and diabetes rates.
From new trash cans to community cardio workouts, the Crow Hill Community Association kicks into gear.
In six months drinks larger than 16 ounces will be outlawed in New York City.
The City Council passed resolutions calling for free breakfast in every city classroom.
More than 80 food sellers Fordham and West Farms have agreed to showcase healthier fare.
Locals say the ban will hurt businesses and will not solve the obesity crisis.
The founder of Rouge Tomate wants to promote local, healthy food through his new certification process.
High school students in Harlem participated in a Teen Battle Chef to raise awareness of healthy eating.
Some Councilmembers said they're entitled to eat whatever they want during lengthy hearings.
Crotona's La Canasta healthy food-buying club does the shopping; its members buy the bags and eat.
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