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State to Get $1.7 million in Federal Grants to fight Chronic Disease

Monday, October 13, 2014  
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State to get $1.7 million in Federal Grants to fight Chronic Disease

Wisconsin Health News

Wisconsin will receive $1.7 million in grant awards from Health and Human Services to support programs aimed at preventing chronic diseases like heart disease, stroke and diabetes, according to an HHS statement Thursday.


A total of three awards will be available, which are funded by the federal health reform law and administered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The goals of the grant funding are to reduce death rates and disability because of tobacco use, diabetes, heart disease and stroke as well as reduce obesity prevalence.


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