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Ultramarathon man Dean Karnazes runs in the 2014 Chicago and New York City Marathons in support of Action for Healthy Kids. ESPN.com covers the story.
Read about how Angela and her husband started their journey toward better health—and running the Chicago Marathon.
The Learning Connection demonstrates that physical activity supports academic achievement, well-nourished kids learn better and that healthier practices in schools can increase school revenue.
To help raise money for AFHK, personal trainer Jessica Smith created her own fundraiser called 28 Days of Running, where she ran an average of four miles a day for a total of 112 miles throughout the month.
Read about a Colorado mom’s journey to finding AFHK and making her mark on school health.
AFHK announced today that Dean Karnazes, known as the Ultra-marathon Man by runners world-wide, has joined its Team Healthy Kids, which will participate in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon this fall.
Help us continue our vital work serving kids, families, and communities across the country.