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New Yorkers Need to Get Serious about Getting Active: New Report
FROM THE URBAN HEALTH MATTERS BLOG BY ELLIE DEGARMO New Yorkers are exercising less than they did five years ago and at a rate below that of the average American. That’s what a newly released Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) report tells us. BRFSS, an annual nationwide survey, a...
- Increase Access to High Quality Chronic Disease Preventative Care & Management
- Reduce Obesity in Children & Adults
- Reduce Illness, Disability & Death Related to Tobacco Use & Secondhand Smoke Exposure
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