Preventing Chronic Disease
Learn how community partnerships with African American churches helped to quickly communicate accurate COVID-19 health information among under-resourced communities.
A recent study of Californians showed reductions in the annual prevalence and frequency of soda consumption among adults, teens, and children. Read the full report.
Certain chronic diseases or risk factors like obesity and smoking could make the outcomes of COVID-19 worse. Learn how the COVID-19 pandemic shows us how important it is to prevent chronic diseases.
- Racial/Ethnic and Geographic Variations In Long-Term Survival Among Medicare Beneficiaries After Acute Ischemic Stroke
- Racial Residential Segregation and Colorectal Cancer Mortality in the Mississippi Delta Region
- Rural, Suburban, and Urban Differences in Chronic Pain and Coping Among Adults in North Carolina: 2018 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
- Secular Trends in Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Among Adults, Teens, and Children: The California Health Interview Survey, 2011–2018