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SAHM's weekly Adolescent Health News Roundup for June 17-23

27 Jun 2016 5:23 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

SAHM's weeklyAdolescent Health News Roundup for June 17-23

I also wanted to share some important staffing changes at SAHM for the Youth Providers 2.0 initiative.

It has been a pleasure sending out the weekly News Roundup this past year. As the YP2.0 grant comes to an end, I will be transitioning from my position, and the staff at SAHM will be taking over the responsibility of compiling the News Roundups and sending them out in the future. If you have any feedback or items to include, please send them to Justin Dreyfuss atjdreyfuss@adolescenthealth.org.  

Thank you to everyone who has helped and will continue to help make the News Roundup a great resource for SAHM members and colleagues.

Top stories this week include: A study finds teen obesity may lead to liver disease later, 2 million young people affected by concussions every year, the Senate rejects four gun-control measures, the AMA recommends later school start times, and a webinar on new research regarding LGBTQ youth and the justice system. 


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