The Connection2021-04-07T14:41:58-04:00
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RESOURCES FOR GOOD HEALTH

These weekly resources are shared by the Connections IN Health team to provide encouragement and support specifically related to chronic diseases the initiatives address. Visit the Connections IN Health Facebook page to view the full infographics. Please let us know if you are in need of a resource that we may be able to provide.

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  • hand holding knife, sliding chopped vegetables off of cutting board into pan
    Nutrition has, and will continue to be, a major contributor to our health. The food we eat and beverages we drink directly connect to our ability to maintain good health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases all throughout life.Read More
  • Flyer with heart floating over hand for preventing heart disease & stroke presented by INCHWA
    The Cardiovascular and Diabetes Coalition of Indiana is pleased to announce the launch of Preventing Heart Disease & Stroke – A Training for Community Health Workers. This free online training was created in partnership by the Indiana Community Health WorkersRead More
  • young man with beard takes a deep breath
    In December 2020, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced 19 recommendations in six key areas of asthma diagnosis, management and treatment. These six areas are: 1. Use of inhaled steroids when needed for recurring wheezing and persistent asthma 2.Read More
  • young woman admires sunset in nature
    Cervical cancer is cancer of the cervix. It occurs mostly in women over 30 years old. The main cause of cervical cancer is infection with certain types of the human papilloma virus (HPV). Other causes or risk factors include: oRead More
  • bright blue eye
    There are currently 3 million people in the United States living with glaucoma. Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness. Having diabetes doubles your odds of developing glaucoma. Protect your eyes and follow the following steps to spread awareness.Read More
  • elderly african american man in bowler hat smiling
    COVID-19 has proven to disproportionately affect racial and ethnic populations. Black and Hispanic individuals are about four times more likely to be hospitalized and nearly three times more likely to die from COVID-19. Systemic racism and social determinants of healthRead More
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