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    Elmira study connects housing to poor health

    July 29, 2019

    Some older housing in Elmira presents a high risk of exposure to lead, mold and other environmental toxins linked to asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). That’s according to a new study of health and housing in the city's poorer neighborhoods.

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    Elmira study connects housing to poor health

    July 29, 2019

    Some older housing in Elmira presents a high risk of exposure to lead, mold and other environmental toxins linked to asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). That’s according to a new study of health and housing in the city's poorer neighborhoods.

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    Program teaches patients how to ask their doctor questions

    July 25, 2019

    Faced with a mysterious illness and medical lingo she didn’t understand, Debbie Wise stopped showing up for appointments and quit taking her medicine. Then the hair stylist learned to bring her questions to her doctors through a new health literacy course.

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    Making walking and biking the easy choice

    June 13, 2019

    Could crosswalks, protected bike lanes and other traffic safety features combat chronic illness, control weight and improve mood?

    Research shows that telling people to exercise doesn't work, but creating environments that support walking and biking does.

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    A link between poverty and health issues

    WENY News

    August 13, 2019-Common Ground's CEO Wade Norwood, "The health impact assessment was an opportunity to really look at the housing conditions in the 14901 and document the link between housing, health conditions, and see if there were any opportunities to address health improvement through housing," 

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    Scooters are coming, eventually

    City Newspaper

    August 14, 2019- Common Ground's Healthi Kids advocates changes to city law, including treating e-scooters and electric-assist bikes the same way city laws currently treat bicycles.

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We bring together decision makers from across the community to discuss regional health challenges and build consensus around solutions.

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We help medical practices embrace a team approach to care, a new model that improves outcomes, lowers costs and increases patient and doctor satisfaction.

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Working with parents, government officials and school staff, our Healthi Kids Coalition is helping to improve lunchroom nutrition, create safer play spaces and increase physical activity during the school day.

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This business-led health campaign supports initiatives in medical practices, congregations, worksites, neighborhoods and even barbershops and salons.

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