Forum Brings Together Leaders to Discuss Keys to Behavior Change, Building Healthier Habits to Address Obesity

As we discuss often on this blog, the obesity epidemic in the United States is a rapidly growing public health concern. Earlier this month, Kaiser Permanente presented the Forum for Healthy Behavior Change in Washington, D.C., along with the American Heart Association and the National Business Group on Health, to address this pressing issue. The forum brought together 200 health care leaders, policy makers, community leaders and other experts, who discussed how to effectively support healthy lifestyle changes, such as healthier eating and increased physical activity, in both clinical and community settings.

The video below highlights some additional topics and discussions from the forum, including how to use “baby steps” in ultimately creating successful behavior change.

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