Omaha Tobacco Free Parks Campaign
Health Profile of Nebraska's Latino Population
a collaborative effort led by CRHD...read more
Latinas, Tabaco, y Cancer Group
Our First Smokeless Diva: Tygra Slarii
Tygra advocates for tobacco free lifestyles and environments Learn more...
LTC at NAP's Project Condom Fashion Show
LGBT Community Volunteers help LTC Make Dress Design for Smokeless Diva 2013
Poster Winners During 2013 PHAN Conference
Dr. Toure, Dr. Anthony, Dr. Barnes–Josiah,and Dr. Su collaborated on Characteristics of Cesarean Delivery...
Dia de los Muertos- Day of the Dead
On November 2nd death was commemorated and life was celebrated with tradition and stories during a first year Ofrenda Celebration in South Omaha.
Guest Lecture from Dr. Ming Wen
Professor of Sociology from the University of Utah
Center For reducing Health disparities
The diversity of the U.S. population is one of its fundamental strengths as a nation. Over the last several decades, scientific advances have contributed to improving the health and quality of life of many people in the United States.
However, low-income populations, underserved rural populations, and racial and ethnic minority populations have not adequately benefited from these advances and have a higher prevalence and incidence than the population as a whole of illness and death due to cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, infant mortality, and other diseases.
As a nation, we must develop strategies and interventions to reduce and ultimately eliminate health disparities among disadvantaged populations.
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