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Lung cancer can be stopped Here's how to improve your help and prevent cancerChange is happening.Tribes, tribal agencies and tribal healthcare systems are incorporating evidence-based interventions, including policy, system, and environmental changes aimed at reducing behavioral risk factors and improving timely access to quality health care.
Each day 3,200 teens smoke for the first timePositive environments and social norms free of commercial tobacco product use may help our youth avoid commercial tobacco abuse in the first place. Traditional teachings on respectful, cultural use of tobacco may help youth distinguish traditional tobacco from commercial tobacco abuse and avoid the misuse of tobacco.
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DOWNLOAD SLIDE DECK HERE Presented by National Native Network’s California Rural Indian Health Board. September 8, 2021 Presenter:Celena DonahuePublic Health AdvocatePueblo Overview:Through this presentation, you will gain an increased knowledge and understanding of the history and historical trauma amongst Native Americans and AI/AN women, understand the barriers within Native American populations and the impact on […]
Youth Back to School and E-Cigarettes
With the back to school season upon us, it’s time to talk about e-cigarette use and the effects on students. From the Food and Drug Administration, from 2017 – 2018, current e-cigarette use – defined by use on at least one day in the past 30 days – by high school students increased 78 percent, […]
Tobacco CDC Feature Article for Pride Month Focuses on Reducing Smoking within the LGBTQ+ Community
CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health (OSH) has released a new feature article on smoking and tobacco use in the LGBTQ+ community. The article offers information on how everyone can help reduce smoking among LGBTQ+ people year-round. About 1 in every 5 lesbian/gay/bisexual adults smoke cigarettes, and that number may be as high as 1 […]
Webinar CTCCCP Cancer Survivorship Webinar Series
The California Tribal Comprehensive Cancer Control Program presents: “Cancer Survivorship Webinar Series” Click links below to register. May 27, 2020, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. (PST)Alternative and Complimentary Treatments to Prescription Pain Management for Cancer Survivors June 3, 2020, 12 – 1 p.m. (PST)Cancer Survivorship: Cancer Survivor Education and Wellness Initiatives for American Indian and […]
Webinar Webinar Video Screening – “Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic”
The Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan’s National Native Network with Indian Health Service Clinical Support Center (Accredited Provider) present a webinar series: Cancer Risk Reduction in Indian Country. Title: Someone You Love: The HPV EpidemicDate: Wednesday, May 13, 2020Time: 3 – 5 P.M. EDTREGISTER NOW: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5690893371502477836 The National Native Network, the American Indian Cancer Foundation, and the […]
CRIHB CRIHB: California Tribal Comprehensive Cancer Control Program May E-Newsletter
California Rural Indian Health Board: California Tribal Comprehensive Cancer Control Program May News and Updates CLICK HERE TO SEE COMPLETE E-NEWSLETTER