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from within to prevent
and reduce chronic disease.
A proud member of the National PRC Network, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Upcoming Events 
PRCHN Co-Sponsored Events
May 1
Addressing Disparities in Tobacco Use & Harm,
BioMedical Research Bldg, Rm 105, CWRU
May 7
Social Network Analysis,
Kelvin Smith Library,
click to register
June 10
PRCHN Seminar Series
PEER Fellows Poster Session
Jeri Jewett, PEER Coordinator; PEER Faculty and Fellows 
July 8
PRCHN Seminar Series
Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program in Ohio
Siran Koroukian, PhD, Case School of Medicine 


PRC Broadcast

State-Specific Nutrition, Obesity, and Physical Activity Data Online from the CDC
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has launched an interactive online map that allows users to track state-specific nutrition, obesity, and physical activity data. 
We Are the Majority Rally April 30
High school youth and youth leaders will hold the 2nd annual We Are the Majority Rally in downtown Cleveland on April 30, 2015. This rally celebrates the fact that the majority of youth make healthy choices and do not use drugs or alcohol.  
History Matters Panel at Cleveland City Club
If you weren't able to attend the Cuyahoga PlaceMatters team presentation at the Cleveland City Club on February 19th, we highly recommend watching video coverage of the forum. 
Community-Level Interventions to Improve Food Access and Health
Listen to the new podcast from PRCHN Associate Director Darcy Freedman, PhD, as she discusses her work on food access and health, with a focus on two studies that took place at the Right Choice, Fresh Start Farmers' Market in Orangeburg, South Carolina. 
Cuyahoga Place Matters Team at Cleveland City Club
Join the Cuyahoga PlaceMatters team at the City Club of Cleveland on February 18 to hear the findings from History Matters: Understanding the Role of Policy, Race and Real Estate in Cuyahoga County. 
New Presentation on Infant Mortality
Babies Are Dying in the Black Community: A Closer Look at Cuyahoga County is an overview of infant mortality in the black community in Cuyahoga County. 
How "Double Bucks" for Food Stamps Conquered Capitol Hill
The federal government is about to put $100 million behind a simple idea: doubling the value of SNAP benefits — what used to be called food stamps — when people use them to buy local fruits and vegetables. 
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