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Use this tool to search for resources, including issue briefs, factsheets, case studies, reports, and more, that IPHI has developed across our programs and initiatives.

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Healthy Eating + Active Living Fact Sheet

An overview of the 2015 Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) proposal to support a healthy and prosperous Illinois through a penny-per-ounce tax on sugary drinks

Healthy Eating + Active Living FAQ

Answers to frequently asked questions about a proposed statewide sugary drink tax to support health and wellness in Illinois (2015)

Infographic: Sugary Drinks by the Numbers

Infographic about the impact of regular consumption of sugary drinks on health and the health system

Rethink Your Drink brochure (Spanish)

A brochure (in Spanish) to give community members helpful tips for choosing healthier options.

Rethink Your Drink brochure (English)

A brochure (in English) to give community members helpful tips for choosing healthier options.

Rethink Your Drink poster (English)

This poster features a stop light image to help readers recognize beverages to drink regularly, drink ocassionally, and drink rarely. (English)

Rethink Your Drink poster (Spanish)

This poster features a stop light image to help readers recognize beverages to drink regularly, drink ocassionally, and drink rarely. (Spanish)

SNAP Decisions- Health Impact Assessment

SNAP Decisions was a study assessing the intended and unintended health impacts of a proposed Illinois ban on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as the food stamp program.

Healthy Eating + Active Living (HEAL) Act infographic

Infrographic about the revenue from the proposed Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Act could benefit communities across Illinois (in 2015)

Rethink Your Drink Healthy Beverage Toolkit for Healthcare

This toolkit is a resource of the Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI), developed in collaboration with Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) and the American Heart Association (AHA) for Illinois hospitals and health care institutions interested in reducing consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages.