An infographic titled Did You Know? with an illustration of lungs, medication bottles, and medication. Text says “There is a new 4-month treatment option for people with tuberculosis (TB) disease in the US. This new option: treats TB in two-thirds the time; can be more convenient and help patients finish treatment faster; and is as effective as the standard 6-month treatment regimen. This is the first successful short treatment regimen for drug-susceptible TB identified in almost 40 years. Learn more about TB treatment options: https://bit.ly/TBDisease-DYK-2022”
Caged Fury By Kenny Varner LEWISTOWN – It was a night of Caged Fury. Seven Mountain Wrestling was back in action Saturday at its home at Mr. Stax. The group brought its A-game as the line up from bottom to top was nothing less spectacular. It was “sit in the edge of your seats non-stop […]
Gun violence and traffic crashes may seem like unpredictable events. But they are not random. They are systematic. Data reveal trends and patterns in gun violence and traffic crashes that can help us identify risk factors and protective factors. This is especially important for addressing violent child deaths. So what does the data show? Join …
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By Reena Singh Guest Blogger, Voices for Healthy Kids Voices for Healthy Kids recently completed research to get the Latino community’s take on sugary drinks and sugary drink taxes. The research identified several messaging findings and strategies to help engage the Latino community in efforts to reduce the consumption of sugary drinks. Specifically, the research …
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CMS has released new estimates on diabetes prevalence and an accompanying infographic to describe the latest data and known disparities among Medicare enrollees with diabetes. Diabetes is a condition of […]
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