National Academy of Medicine

Physical Activity for People with Disabilities: How Do We Reach Those with the Greatest Need?

The 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this year is an opportune
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Physical Activity in Older People

Physiological function and resiliency decline with age, even among the most robust sectors of the older adult population. The degree to which this de
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Investing in Native Community-Led Strategies to Improve Physical Activity

Native Americans represent approximately 1 percent of the U.S. population, but account for some of the worst
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Nutrition-Focused Food Banking

In the decades since the establishment of the Charitable Food System (CFS), its clientele has transformed from those in short-term crisis to those who a
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Implementation of Pharmacogenomics: Evidence Needs

The evidentiary needs for genomic technologies are a significant barrier to the translation of genomic testing into clinical use. How
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Return of Anticipated and Incidental Results from Next-Generation Sequencing: Implications for Providers and Patients

Next-generation sequencing is currently being used clinically to i
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Walking Our Way to Better Health

We are spending 2.8 trillion dollars each year in the United States on health care—far more than any other country in the world. Interestingly, more t
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