Feb 5, 2013
Have you ever come home with a grocery bag full of food that you didn't mean to buy? That's because you might have less control over your food choices than you think.
Through a variety of programs and policies, numerous stakeholders have attempted to promote health and wellness as a way to improve public health and reduce rising health care costs. RAND experts have examined workplace wellness programs, the effects of neighborhood characteristics — such as parks or grocery stores — on health and wellness, policy options for reducing obesity rates, and community substance abuse prevention programs.