Asian Health Coalition of Illinois

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Asian Health Coalition of Illinois
Asian Health Coalition of Illinois is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Asian Health Coalition of Illinois which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Asian Health Coalition of Illinois on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Asian Health Coalition of Illinois is:
4753 N Broadway St
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 878-3539
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24 February 2016 | By: Kevin Trieu A UK study suggests that years of heavy drinking may lead to an accelerated risk of stiffness in the arteries and cardiovascular disease. According to the American Heart Association, "The findings support previous research on moderate alcohol consumption’s association with reduced risk for cardiovascular disease." In the study, men tended to be heavier drinkers than women. [ 199 more words ] http://casapil.com/2017/02/24/heavy-drinking-may-lead-to-aged-arteries-says-study
24 February 2016 | By: Kevin Trieu A UK study suggests that years of heavy drinking may lead to an accelerated risk of stiffness in the arteries and cardiovascular disease. According to the America…

CASAP Newsletter- February 2017

17 February 2017 | By Kevin Trieu Hello, We would like to invite all to you to attend our Community Meeting from 3:30- 5 PM on Wednesday 15 March at the Chinatown Library. CASAP’s spring meeting brings our whole coalition together—youth, teachers and school administrators, parents and families, and business leaders. We’ve invited the Chicago Police Department, the Illinois Liquor Control Commission, and youth advocates involved in our Photovoice, Engaging Youth for Positive Change, and Reward & Reminder programs to provide updates. [ 52 more words ] http://casapil.com/2017/02/17/casap-community-meeting-set-for-15-march-at-chinatown-library-330-5-pm
17 February 2017 | By Kevin Trieu Hello, We would like to invite all to you to attend our Community Meeting from 3:30- 5 PM on Wednesday 15 March at the Chinatown Library. CASAP’s spring meeting br…


CAHE is thrilled to have screened Unbroken Glass & shine a light on mental health stigma among AAPI's. Thank you twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

10 February, 2016| By: Kevin Trieu A new study suggests that as many as a quarter of of Youth smoking e-cigarettes might be trying a potentially dangerous trend called "dripping" which gives users more vapor to inhale and a bigger hit of nicotine. Dripping works when the user places droplets of liquid directly onto the heating coil. The method also allows users to switch flavors from one to another more efficiently. [ 168 more words ] http://casapil.com/2017/02/10/dripping-a-new-trend-some-kids-are-trying
10 February, 2016| By: Kevin Trieu A new study suggests that as many as a quarter of of Youth smoking e-cigarettes might be trying a potentially dangerous trend called “dripping” which …

3 February 2017| By: Kevin Trieu Liver damage can start to begin after a short, brief period of excessive drinking a study states. Researchers studying mice, found that after 21 days of excessive alcohol consumption, mice started to show telltale signs of liver disease. Compared to control mice who had no alcohol, binge drinking mice had 50% more liver triglycerides. Moderate drinking mice and mice with only one binge drinking session, also showed no signs of liver triglycerides. [ 181 more words ] http://casapil.com/2017/02/03/liver-disease-can-happen-pretty-quick
3 February 2017| By: Kevin Trieu Liver damage can start to begin after a short, brief period of excessive drinking a study states. Researchers studying mice, found that after 21 days of excessive a…


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RT @HamdardCenter: Thanks to Edwin Chandrasekar, outgoing ED of @AAPInews. Your leadership and generosity have made a true impact! #ThankY…