U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Weight-control Information Network (WIN)

The Weight-control Information Network (WIN) provides the general public and health professionals with evidence-based information and resources on obesity, weight control, physical activity and related topics.​​​

Fact sheets and brochures to help providers educate patients on weight loss and obesity topics.

Programs & Outreach​

Sister's together logoSisters Together

A national program of the Weight-control Information Network (WIN) designed to encourage black women ages 18 and older to maintain a healthy weight by becoming more physically active and eating healthier foods.

Women doing Yoga​Be a Health Champion 

Take charge of your health and inspire others to do the same with the 2014 Health Champion Outreach Packet.

 What's Your Next Move?

 Share this infographic on Facebook and Twitter and help others understand how to reduce overweight and obesity among kids.

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