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Walk with a Doc August 2022

Sponsored by AARP Long Island and Presented by the Long Island Health Collaborative

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2021 Community Health Assessment Survey Data

Results, analysis, and highlights are now available.

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Let's Walk Safe, Long Island!

Pedestrian Education & Safety on Long Island

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What is the Long Island Health Collaborative?

The LIHC (we pronounce it, "LIKE") is the hub of population health activities on Long Island. 
It's a coalition that includes Nassau and Suffolk county health departments, every hospital on Long Island, 
health and social service community-based organizations, insurance plans, 
academic institutions, local governments, and other groups 
that are working together toward a healthier Long Island community. 

What does that mean for you? It means that people who actually live and work on Long Island 
are making sure your health needs are heard and met in ways that make sense for you.





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Events Calendar

News & Blog

30 Jun,  2022

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Concern about Cancer and Heart Disease Top LI Residents' List

Results pulled from updated analysis of ongoing survey that solicits feedback about health perceptions

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20 May,  2022

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May is Mental Health Month

Guest Blog by Colleen Merlo, LMSW, Chief Executive Officer of the Association for Mental Health and Wellness

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15 Apr,  2022

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LIHC Launches AARP-Sponsored Talk with a Doc Series to Tackle Chronic Disease

Six in 10 adults have at least one chronic disease and four in 10 have two or more, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The good news is that many of the conditions can be avoided in the first place or better managed with simple diet and exercise changes. Join the LIHC and AARP for Talk with a Doc to jumpstart your efforts to reduce your risk for chronic disease.

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