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9/19/17 - Download detailed 2015-2016 SPAN Survey results, sorted into one-page fact sheets by grade (2nd, 4th, 8th, and 11th) and Health Service Region.
7/11/17 - This infographic describes the importance of "Open Streets" events to promote community physical activity with bicycling and walking.
4/13/17 - This infographic describes how sweet and fruity flavors may be enticing younger Texans to try e-cigarettes.
1/10/17 - This infographic shows the benefits of Being a Texas Mother-Friendly Worksite. Learn what it means to be a Texas Mother-Friendly Worksite, and how you can become one. Being Texas Mother-Friendly is good business sense!
12/8/16 - This website, released in conjunction with the 2016 U.S. Surgeon General's Report on e-cigarettes and young people, contains useful information and resources for the general public.
12/6/16 - This Surgeon General’s report focuses on the history, epidemiology, and health effects of e-cigarette use among youth and young adults; the companies involved with marketing and promoting these products; and existing and proposed public health policies regarding the use of these products by youth and young adults.
10/25/2016 - In 2011, Austin/Travis County (ATC) Health and Human Services launched the CHA/CHIP, a collaborative, 5-year community health assessment (CHA) and planning initiative (CHIP) aimed at identifying and prioritizing key health needs of residents in Austin/Travis County and developing and implementing a community-wide health improvement plan of action. In an effort to further document and evaluate the process, progress, and lessons learned of this first cycle, researchers at the Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living based at the UTHealth School of Public Health in Austin were contracted to conduct a posthoc stakeholder evaluation of the ATC CHA/CHIP (2011-2016).
2/18/16 - This infographic describes some of the initial findings from the GAVA evaluation.
9/15/15 - What one YEAR of school party food really looks like.
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7/28/15 - This infographic shows how the food shopping environment has a strong influence on what foods families ultimately buy and consume, and their subsequent health outcomes.