September 2022

Let’s Talk About Talking About Healthy Aging

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Contemporary approaches to healthy living, with an increasing attentiveness to social determinants of health and the Vital Conditions for Health and Well-Being, hold potential — even real promise — to provide us with longer and greater-quality lives, especially through our later years. Focusing and sustaining meaningful action in support of that potential — that promise — requires a broader perspective on healthy aging and an open and inclusive conversation on the subject.

Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network and Healthy People: Improving Maternal and Child Health by Empowering Clients

Healthy People 2020.

The post describes how Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network, a Healthy People 2030 Champion, contributed to progress towardHealthy People 2020 objectives—as well as Healthy People 2030 objectives in the social determinants of health domain Health Care Access and Quality.

October National Health Observances: Health Literacy, Breast Cancer, Domestic Violence, and more

National Health Observances

Each month we feature select National Health Observances (NHOs) that support our mission to improve health across the United States. In October, we’re raising awareness about health literacy, breast cancer, domestic violence, and youth sports.

Become a Healthy People 2030 Champion!

Official Healthy People 2030 Champions web badge.

We know that improving health, eliminating health disparities, and advancing health equity requires coordination and collaboration with organizations nationwide. That’s why we’re excited to invite you to become a Healthy People 2030 Champion!