Health department workers are on a mission to reduce childhood obesity, but there’s a long way to go.

Here are five health agencies that have made health care a top priority in the past few years, from the nation’s leading pediatricians to a national program that’s making strides.

The Health Department and the American Heart Association have also taken an active role in combating childhood obesity.

The department has a goal to have a 40 percent reduction in childhood obesity by 2020.

They’ve also invested $50 million in a new obesity prevention initiative called CHIC, which focuses on a new generation of prevention interventions that include physical activity and food choices.

For the past three years, the department has also been working with the American Dietetic Association to develop a dietitian-focused program that aims to reduce the number of overweight kids in the United States.

While there are currently more than 100,000 children and adolescents in the CHIC program, the group says it’s growing by nearly 2,000 a year.

That’s a lot of people for the department to reach out to.

The department’s other major program is the National Center for Advancing Weight Loss, which works to identify and support overweight and obese individuals across the country.

There are currently 10 centers around the country that provide support to the community to help them lose weight.

The centers have a goal of reaching 5 million obese adults by 2020, but they’re also working to identify new programs to support the prevention efforts.

The department also works with the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases to provide nutrition education for people with diabetes, particularly those who are overweight or obese.

Last year, the health department announced that it had reached a $25 million funding agreement with the nonprofit National Foundation for the Prevention of Chronic Disease, which has funded research on the prevention of obesity and other chronic conditions.

The goal is to develop the first-ever dietitians and nutritionists program that will target the needs of the under-obese population.

With the National Foundation funding, the program is now in the final stages of development, but according to the department, the goal is for it to begin in 2020.

It’s important to note that this funding has not been earmarked for specific programs.

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute is also working on a nutrition-focused plan, called Healthy Lifestyle, to help those with cardiovascular disease.

It is also focused on the underweight population.

The institute has partnered with the Heart and Stroke Foundation to develop an app that allows the public to monitor their physical activity, as well as their food and drink intake, and the number and type of calories they consume.

This past year, they launched a new app called Body by Activity, which allows users to track their daily steps and their daily caloric intake.

The app is free, but users can earn badges for completing certain actions, such as walking on the treadmill or participating in an activity that allows them to track calories burned.

They can also earn rewards for reaching certain goals.

In addition, the Health Department has a number of other programs and partnerships focused on weight management.

The agency partnered with CVS and Walgreens to create a new nutrition-based program called Weight Control.

The program helps adults manage their weight and weight management strategies, and also provides them with a way to connect with their doctors and health professionals.

And the agency also announced this past summer that it’s partnering with the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Institute for Weight Management to create the first in a series of weight management clinics.

The new weight management clinic will launch in July.

To help ensure the future of health care, the president is taking a page from the American Health Care Act, a health care law passed in 2018 that is aimed at cutting health care costs and improving access to care for low-income and uninsured people.

In 2017, President Donald Trump signed a bill that expanded Medicaid eligibility to nearly everyone, and gave states more flexibility in deciding how to distribute the federal funds.

The legislation included $300 million for states to create their own health insurance exchanges, which will be administered by the federal government.

The administration is also launching a health insurance marketplace that will be a marketplace for people who have private health insurance.

But, in 2018 the Trump administration also made some significant changes to the health insurance marketplaces.

In order to be eligible for the ACA’s Medicaid expansion, people had to be earning between 138 percent and 250 percent of the federal poverty level, which is about $36,500 for an individual.

In 2018, states began issuing notices that the Medicaid expansion would not be available to people earning less than 138 percent of federal poverty.

But this change is only going to affect people earning more than $40,000.