|Spring 2000 Newsletter|
In this issue...
Computer training program helps provide healthier futures for adults and children.
The Body Positive educates teens about the harmful effects of eating disorders.
Population Health Improvement
On-campus medical center provides preventive health care to low-income students at an inner-city school.
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
Youth directory provides resources to teens about pregnancy prevention.
Data from Firearms Injury Surveillance Project helps promote firearm injury prevention.
Work and Health
Asian Immigrant Women Advocates provides health care services and education to immigrant workers.
Californians for Pesticide Reform campaign gains support from medical professionals.
Lisa Lewis, Assistant Administrator
Also in this issue:
What's New: Recent research from grantees; annual Work and Health conference; Center for Health Improvement releases publication; California Peace Prize Recipients receive high recognition; Gary Yates appointed to Attorney General's Task Force; TCWF future priority areas; Pilots to Policy Conference; Youth Radio honored; new staff
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