New Online Health Database
Posted by on October 12, 2009
New Online Database Features Nutrition, Physical Activity, Early Childhood, Tobacco and Healthy Communities Resources
The Commission has created a comprehensive database listing experts, organizations and reports related to powerful social factors – such as education, income, housing and neighborhoods – that influence how long and how well people live in America. The searchable database includes contact information for some of the foremost experts in the field, links to download reports and information on organizations that are exploring solutions to improve health.
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