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The Fulton County Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH) Program launched CONNECTIONS, its monthly newsletter, in May 2016 as the information-sharing vehicle for the people and organizations that implement strategies to increase access to physical activity, healthy nutrition, smoke-free living and walkable, livable communities with the broader goals of reducing health disparities, lowering the incidence of chronic disease and promoting healthier lifestyles throughout Fulton County.


September 2017: Final Report on the PICH Program's Impact and Reach

August 2017: New US Health Report, Building Healthy Habits

July 2017: Proud to be Smoke-Free Fulton Campaign

June 2017: Men's Health Month, National Great Outdoors Month

May 2017: National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, World No Tobacco Day

April 2017: Minority Health Month, Every Kid Healthy

March 2017: National Nutrition Month, Safe Routes to School

January-February 2017: Heart Disease Risk and Prevention

December 2016: Year in Review, Healthy Happy Holiday Tips

November 2016: Great American Smokeout, Proud To Be Smokefree Fulton Campaign

October 2016: Complete Streets, Health Environments for Future Generations

September 2016: Child Obesity. Smoke-Free Fulton County Parks, Diabetes Risk Factors

August 2016: Secondhand Smoke Hazards, Bike Share Debut, Farmers' Markets

July 2016: Getting More Active, Day Care Nutrition Program, Interfaith Initiative

June 2016: Men's Health Month, GSU Public Smoking Survey, Smoking and Black Men

May 2016: Physical Fitness and Sports Month, Asthma Awareness, Toddler Nutrition, Active Aging                                            

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