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Keeping Kids Safe on the Internet

Keeping Kids Safe on the Internet

Hear from award-winning expert Dr. David Finkelhor and other child abuse professionals! Friday, September 14, 2018 in Edison, NJ.

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Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey

Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey

Save the Date - Wednesday, November 28, 2018 in Somerset, NJ!  Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey is about improving health, equity, and well-being for ALL residents.

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State's Adults Among Least Obese in U.S.

State's Adults Among Least Obese in U.S.

CDC’s most recent adult obesity data shows that New Jersey has the 14th lowest adult obesity rate in the nation.

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New Jersey State Health Assessment Data (NJSHAD)

New Jersey State Health Assessment Data (NJSHAD)

The New Jersey Center for Health Statistics’ State Health Assessment Data (NJSHAD) System provides access to public health datasets and information on the health status of New Jersey residents.

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Get #TeSTD

Get #TeSTD

Department launches social media campaign to highlight growing incidences of STDs among young populations.

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How Healthy is Your County?

How Healthy is Your County?

Annual Ranking by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute


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What is Population Health?

Population health focuses on keeping healthy New Jerseyans well, preventing those at risk from getting sick, and keeping those with chronic conditions from getting sicker. Population health promotes prevention, wellness and equity in all environments, resulting in a healthy New Jersey.

 

State Health Improvement Plan Dashboard

Healthy NJ 2020 Logo

Healthy New Jersey 2020 is the state's health improvement plan and its health promotion and disease prevention agenda.  The vision of Healthy New Jersey 2020 is a state where all people live long, healthy lives.

Population Health Action Team (PHAT)

Members of the Governor's cabinet formed the Population Health Action Team (PHAT) to work collaboratively on creating and advancing policies that build healthy communities and improve health outcomes. The PHAT identified childhood lead exposure and nutrition and fitness as two key improvement areas.

Last Reviewed: 9/6/2018