Aaron Zych

About Aaron Zych

Aaron Zych, MPH is the Project Management Coordinator for WISE Indiana. He also works heavily with the Connections IN Health team at Indiana CTSI. Aaron has played a major role in developing and maintaining the WISE Indiana COVID-19 Daily Digest and contributes heavily to the Connections IN Health County Engagement Project. His work drives his passion for data collection and data visualization.

Weekly Review: Navigating the Pandemic as a College Student – November 30, 2020

As we settle back into our desk chairs after a holiday week, it’s important to note that we are headed into the 10th month of this pandemic. These 10 months have created a dramatic shift in our daily lives andRead More
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Weekly Review: COVID-19 During the Holiday Season – November 2, 2020

CDC Recommendations for Holidays The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered guidance for individuals and families preparing to celebrate fall and winter holidays.  This guidance is meant to supplement – not replace – any state, local, or otherRead More
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October 29 is World Stroke Day

Did you know that 1 in 4 adults will have a stroke? In honor of October 29th being World Stroke Day, Connections IN Health is spreading the word about stroke awareness.     KNOW:  We all must be prepared toRead More
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Indiana Teen Vaping TeleECHO Clinic

The Indiana University School of Medicine team, in partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health, invites you to participate in the new Indiana Teen Vaping TeleECHO Clinic to learn more about the management of vaping/e-cigarette use and related conditionsRead More
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World Lung Cancer Day

August 1, 2020 is World Lung Cancer Day! Sponsored by the American Lung Association, LUNG FORCE is a national movement aiming to defeat the leading cause of cancer deaths among men and women: lung cancer. In recognition of World LungRead More
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Tips for Coping with Diabetes Distress

Managing diabetes can be a troublesome process. There are many life changes that come with this diagnosis including having to check your blood sugar levels regularly, changing your diet, becoming more physically active, and many more daily decisions. Not toRead More
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Do You Have Your Asthma Action Plan?

As recommended by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, every person with asthma should have an “Asthma Action Plan.” This plan not only provides information on your asthma but also instructions on how to manage your symptoms. Key featuresRead More
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Child Hunger Does Not Take a Break for Summer

What is SFSP? Though it is a problem year-round, food insecurity is a major concern during summer and longer school breaks as it leaves children without their usual food sources. The Summer Food Service Program, or SFSP, is a federallyRead More
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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know that skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States? There are many types of skin cancer. The two main types are squamous cell carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma. Melanoma is the third most commonRead More
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Sick Days with Diabetes

If you have diabetes, your blood glucose can rise when you get sick. Here are important tips to follow if you become ill. TAKE DIABETES MEDICATION Always take diabetes medication as directed, unless your care team tells you otherwise. NORead More
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