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Carin Watts 2h
Day two of California Rising: Empowering Communities to Advance Heath Equity
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LTCMPH Oct 21
After today’s run, I feel ready to conquer the week
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Vanessa Oct 19
Besides the benefits to your baby, you’re telling me breastfeeding reduces the risk of BREAST CANCER? Just another reason why breastfeeding is AWESOME! The more you know!
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Anna Rosa Carrasco Oct 25
There are even instant benefits when you quit smoking! and the benefits just continue to add up with time
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Chelsea Tercero Oct 16
Love this. Makes me want to work in Global Health or go back to the Peace Corps!
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ngoMPH Oct 19
Lets be the change we need to see in the world, to be able to afford life as a whole.
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Anna Oct 20
Eat well, live well.
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Carin Watts Oct 22
This was shared during a webinar I was on today at work. I like the addition of the Justice piece.
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Carin Watts 21h
Reducing health inequities. Upstream/downstream
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Casey Oct 28
Happy everyone. Please go to the dentist, I know many people are afraid or dislike the dentist but your dental health is essential, especially when younger.
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Kay Oct 18
No More Tater Tots? California Schools Put Healthier Lunches To The Test via
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MsKevonna Moore Oct 19
My Issue & Context Analysis Topic focuses on Mental Health and the increase in suicide among black women. It is important for those who come from multicultural backgrounds to have access to mental health education and support.
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Melissa Wong Oct 25
Power shutdowns impact health care for individuals who need access to vaccinations, blood transfusions, and medications that require constant refrigeration.
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LTCMPH Oct 20
Just a daily friendly reminder as we head into the final stretch of
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Shannon Oct 25
Take a break from your crazy schedule and slow down to take a deep breathe. October is Emotional Wellness Month. Stress can lead to chronic conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and obesity.
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Carin Watts 21h
Another example of equity vs equality. Made me think of and
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Melissa M Fuller Oct 26
Shameless is one of my favorites! I loved how they tackle relevant issues and real life!
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Kay Oct 20
Fake news is harmful...
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Melissa Wong Oct 19
Yesterday was National Mammography Day, but women should be aware of their breast care and screening status every day. Women can receive a mammogram annually, as early as age 40. Is your screening up-to-date?
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Melissa M Fuller Oct 23
This is an issue near and dear to my heart. Defining Christianity on my own terms continues to be a journey. As a MPH student I cannot ignore the inequities of religion.
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