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Stories in the February/March 2020 issue include:
Census count has implications for public health [ [link removed] ]
Public health officials are joining with U.S. census leaders to encourage community participation in this year’s count, which can influence public health funding, data and more.
US hospitals stepping up to end violence among youth [ [link removed] ]
Hospital-based intervention programs can be effective at reducing gun violence, programs across the country show.
Information on safe drug disposal lacking at pharmacies [ [link removed] ]
When consumers go to pharmacists with questions about their unused medications, they often get the wrong answers, a new study finds.
Cooking shows can help kids make healthy food choices [ [link removed] ]
Kids that view cooking programs with healthy recipes may be spurred to eat better, recent research shows.
Study: Insecticide chemical associated with higher risk of cardiovascular death [ [link removed] ]
Pyrethroids, a class of pesticides that has long been thought to be reasonably safe, may be linked to heart health risks.
Healthy You: Is it just kid stuff, or is it ADHD? When to seek help [ [link removed] ]
What to do if you suspect your child might have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Read Healthy You online [ [link removed] ] , or download as a PDF in English and Spanish.
Newsmakers [ [link removed] ]
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