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This technical package describes seven science-based strategies that communities and states can use in their suicide prevention efforts.
This framework can help schools plan and organize physical education and activity before, during, and after school to increase students’ overall physical activity and health.
This report analyzes data from the 2011–2016 National Youth Tobacco Surveys to determine recent patterns of current use of seven tobacco product types among U.S. middle and high school students. 
This resource (PDF, 16 pages) provides information and tools for implementing asthma control programs in schools. Staff in state health departments and others interested in “asthma friendly schools” can use this resource to develop comprehensive asthma management programs for school settings. Learn more (PDF, 16 pages).  ...
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