FDA Issues final guidance for FDA’s authority to issue No-Tobacco-Sale Order

The FDA has issued their final guidance addressing their authority to issue No-Tobacco-Sale Orders (NTSOs) to retailers who repeatedly violate restrictions on tobacco product sales. Check here for the Final Notive Document-“Determination of the Period Covered by a No-Tobacco-Sale Order and Compliance With an Order, Notice Document, and more guidance on the Tobacco Control Act.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize accepting applications

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize will be awarding 10 communities $25,000 each who have made strong strides improve the health of their communities and work towards long term health for everyone in their community. The first application is due November 12th by 3pm EST. Federally recognized tribes are able to apply. […]

Diabetes Funding Opportunity from IHS

Indian Health Servies is currently accepting applications for grant awards of up to $6,500.00 for up to 450 recipients for porviding treatment or preventative services relating to diabetes among AI/AN populations. Closing date is October 7, 2015 and those eligable are: Federally-recognized Indian Tribe; Tribal organization operating an Indian health program with the HIS; urban […]

Not “Additive Free” or “Natural” – FDA Issues Warning Letters to Commercial Tobacco Manufacturers

The FDA announced today that through ongoing surveillance efforts, they are issuing warning letters to three cigarette manufacturers, who describe their cigarettes on product labeling as “additive free” and/or “natural.”

Humility and Sharing Successes

Humility is a valued teaching among native communities. In my community, we tell stories about plants, animals, and a certain trickster that learned lessons of humility long ago, to help our children grow up humble and to remind us adults to walk a good path in life. With these teachings, reminders are everywhere: a simple […]

Welcome to the National Native Network blog!

Hello and welcome to the new National Native Network website and blog. This blog will allow the National Native Network to provide timely and up-to-date information and resources to all of our users. We are excited about this blog as it will allow us to not only provide information to our users but allow our […]

January 11, 2016

WEBINAR:  Reducing Secondhand Smoke Exposure in Tribal Communities; Monday, January 11, 2016 1 – 2 pm presented by Chris Cooper. Secondhand smoke exposure leads to many illnesses and premature death to adults and children.  Children are often the most exposed to secondhand smoke.  This webinar will look at changes that can be made to policy, […]
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American Indian Cancer Foundation's Indigenous Pink Webinar Series | Indigenous Pink Day on October 20 | Join the American Indian Cancer Foundation along with health experts across Indian Country in celebrating Indigenous Pink (IP)!  Throughout October, we will discuss and highlight ways to support health and wellbeing during one's cancer journey.  | FLYER | LEARN MORE FROM AICAF

Indigenous Cancer Prevention Webinar Series:  Salish Cancer Center of The Puyallup Tribe of Indians | LEARN MORE

Breast Cancer Awareness Month | LEARN MORE

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Indigenous Cancer Prevention Webinar Series:  Reclaiming our Tobacco through Tobacco Policy Passing of the Navajo Nitch' Éí Bee Ííná -- Air is Life Act of 2021 | LEARN MORE AND REGISTER

Native American Heritage Month | LEARN MORE