NYC launches 3-year, 10-step public health agenda

09/15/2009 | Crain's New York Business

New York City health officials have outlined a three-year, 10-step public health agenda that includes ramping up anti-smoking efforts and continuing the campaign against sugar-sweetened beverages. Other priorities include reducing city hospitalization rates for people with chronic disease and reducing the spread of HIV by increasing the use of condoms.

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