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Anchor It: Protect Kids from Dangerous Furniture Tip-Overs

Sadly, a parent's worst nightmare can happen. One child dies every 11 days on average when a TV or furniture falls onto him or her, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which created the Anchor It! safety ...
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Protect Immigrant Health, Behavioral Scientists Advise
As of 2017, the U.S. is home to roughly 44 million immigrants – the largest number of immigrants in the world, according ...
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Tell FDA: Require Health Warnings on Cigarette Packages
Many smokers will use tobacco products for years in spite of the known detrimental health impacts. Last week, the FDA ...
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Building for Holistic Health: Mental Wellness
Architecture can influence many aspects of health, including body temperature and allergies — even our mental ...
Salud America! Launches Innovations in Transportation Equity Workgroup
Our team at Salud America! of UT Health San Antonio is bringing together a new group of transportation, affordable housing, ...
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#SaludTues Tweetchat 8/27: How to ‘Handle With Care’ Students Exposed to Childhood Trauma
60% of U.S. children have been exposed to violence, crime, or abuse. These kids still have to go to class, carrying a ...
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Webinar: How to Start ‘Handle With Care’ to Help Students Who Suffer Trauma
You are invited to join a national webinar to find out how you can start a “Handle With Care” program in your town to ...