Michigan tribal youth organized a flash mob for tobacco education and awareness at the 2015 Michigan Indian Family Olympics. There were over 1,015 in attendance. The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe recorded the flash mob which can be seen here: https://youtu.be/kpxl1nHG2Iw The youth organizers had participated in a Tribal Youth Tobacco Leadership Program in the spring […]
The Community Preventive Services Task Force recommends early childhood education programs based on strong evidence of effectiveness in improving educational outcomes that are associated with long-term health and sufficient evidence of effectiveness in improving social- and health-related outcomes. When provided to low-income or racial and ethnic minority communities, early childhood education programs are likely to […]
As I rode home on the train today, I observed one person bumming a cigarette off of another person. As the man pulled the pack of cigarettes out of his pocket, I saw the familiar silhouette of an American Indian man wearing a head dress and a sacred pipe. And as he pulled out the […]
The new National Native Network Newsletter is now available to be read and shared. Topics covered in this newsletter include: Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis National Cacner Survivorship Resource Center’s new CRC Curvivorship Care Guidelines Success Story on Northern Valley Indian Health’s Mammogram Screening Program and more. October National Natiive Network Newsletter
Berg CJ, Haardörfer R, Windle M, Solomon M, Kegler MC. (2015). Smoke-free policies in multiunit housing: smoking behavior and reactions to messaging strategies in support or in opposition. Prev Chronic Dis. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd12.140479 A significant number of U.S. adults live in multi-unit housing (MUH). In the absence of smoke-free MUH policies, residents in these establishments are […]
FDA proposed a rule on the circumstances in which a product made or derived from tobacco, intended for human consumption, will be subject to regulation as a drug, device, or a combination product under the FD&C Act
Today, FDA issued the “Use of Investigational Tobacco Products Draft Guidance.” When finalized, this guidance will reflect FDA’s detailed recommendations on the use of investigational tobacco products. For the purpose of the draft guidance, an “investigational tobacco product” is a tobacco product that is: (1) a new or modified risk tobacco product that is not […]
On Wednesday September 23, the National Native Network will be partnering with the National Indian Health Board and the American Indian Cancer Foundation for Walking For Hope, a part of the NIHB Annual Consumer Conference. The event will be taking place from 6:30AM-7:30AM in Washington DC.
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