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The PRCHN fosters community partnerships to help prevent and reduce the burden of chronic disease US Senator Sherrod Brown, Director Dr. Elaine Borawski, and CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden 2014  PRCHN staff  FreshLink works to increase the reach and impact of farmers' markets in low-income neighborhoods Associate Director Dr. Erika Trapl and Director Dr. Elaine Borawski at the APHA Conference REACH Fellow Briana McIntosh and NCA DIrector Don Slocum at a training for the first cohort of Community Health Ambassadors Community Health Ambassadors help build health equity in their own neighborhoods The PEER Training Program helps nonprofits build individual and organizational research capacity The Food Policy Coalition is one of the PRCHN's many external partners  PRCHN interns hard at work  NOCA co-chairs Brandon King and Adriennie Hatten during our 2014 launch event PRCHN staff with CWRU President Barbara Snyder while volunteering on Case for Community Day  IMPACT Navigator Rachel Gardenhire runs with an IMPACT student during the Cleveland Marathon  PRCHN faculty with US Senator Sherrod Brown and CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden Cooking demonstration for Healthy Village, Healthy Child participants The PRCHN is one of the developers of the FM Tracks app, which helps farmers' market managers collect and manage data Participants in the Healthy Village, Healthy Child initiative The PRCHN was founded by Director Elaine Borawski, PhD IMPACT Navigators after the Cleveland Marathon The Neighborhood Environmental Assessment Project (NEAP) maps community gardens and farmers' markets in Cuyahoga County The PRCHN collects and disseminates local health data from Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Cheering IMPACT runners at the Cleveland Marathon IMPACT Navigator Erika Hood runs with an IMPACT student during the Cleveland Marathon FreshLInk is recruiting and training Peer Health Advocates to help increase nutritious food access in low-resource neighborhoods
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The latest youth tobacco use report from the CDC found an overall drop in tobacco use among middle and high school students 
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On June 15, ASTHO and CDC will host a webinar featuring how Prevention Research Centers are implementing programs that increase protective factors and prevent youth health risk behavior. 
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The CDC offers new data around teen tobacco use and perceptions of harm to children exposed to second-hand smoke from E-cigarettes. 
PRCHN Tobacco Research Symposium image PRCHN Tobacco Research Symposium
Join the PRCHN on May 31 for a morning symposium exploring the work of the Center and its partners around tobacco use and policy in Greater Cleveland. 
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The next Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Challenge is accepting nominations from April 7 - June 2, 2017. 
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Check out the findings for four types of interventions to increase the availability of healthier meals, snacks, and beverages in schools. 
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