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10 Health Literacy Tips for Reporting Data

Source: blogs.cdc.gov   ( Health & Fitness > Health Headlines )

Jul 23, 2018 10:58 AM 5+ mon ago

We live in a complex world. Just as humans have left an impact on the environment, the environment also leaves an impact on us. Being exposed to certain physical and social environmental factors, like chemicals in the water, secondhand smoke, or poverty, can affect our health. Understanding oral health data in Minnesota The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) Oral Health Program is committed to communicating data in a way that is understandable and easy to use. As part of the CDC’s Tracking Program, the MN Tracking Program allows us to do that by hosting our Minnesota Oral Health Statistics System...Read more.

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