Social Media on Chronic Disease
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Short - or long-term exposure to particle pollution, airborne bits of solids or liquids, can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Get the facts about air quality and public health. https://t.co/094dURjVv2 pic.twitter.com/WZ2YDEhhUa— CDC Division for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention (@CDCHeart_Stroke) August 30, 2023
Lower breastfeeding rates among Black women reflect historic and systemic #inequities. This #breastfeeding peer-support network is working to close the gap: https://t.co/rpkdiEcz81 @NICHQ #BreastfeedingAwarenessMonth pic.twitter.com/tHlMVQByya— CDC Division of Reproductive Health (@CDC_DRH) August 30, 2023
Karen Hacker, MD, MPH, Director, CDC NCCDPHP & division directors, invites public health professionals to talk about chronic disease prevention & health promotion.