14 New China

14 New China
14 New China is listed in the Restaurants category in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for 14 New China which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of 14 New China on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 83.

Contact information for 14 New China is:
132 Main St E
Sleepy Eye, MN 56085
(507) 794-5118

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14 New China has an overall ZapScore of 83. This means that 14 New China has a higher ZapScore than 83% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota is 36 and in the category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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@WCCOKyle Sorry for confusion due to wording. We meant African Americans are targeted by Big Tobacco and have high twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

RT @mnaap: Nearly half of MN kids are exposed to toxins in secondhand smoke. ow.ly/e1L730dObfp

RT @RamseyCounty: Join us & @mnhealth July 25 for a webinar and community discussion about youth-centered policy change. https://t.co/CjPJM…

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Early childhood obesity rates among Minnesota WIC participants decreased from 13.8% to 12.6% over the past 10 years, saving an estimated $243 million in direct medical costs. Keep your kids in WIC until age 5 to help keep kids healthy! #LandOfHealthyKids
Overweight and obesity are determined using Body Mass Index (BMI) percentile. This means that a child's weight, height, age, and sex are all taken...

Most of Minnesota’s African American smokers use menthol. That makes sense given the tobacco industry’s marketing strategy, which specifically targets African Americans. Menthol cigarette marketing consistently targets minority and low-income communities, resulting in higher smoking rates among these groups.
Menthol is a flavor additive commonly used in cigarettes and other tobacco products. Federal law currently prohibits the manufacture and sale of...

"I am a Hmong refugee. My family fled re-education camps in Laos and I was born in a refugee camp in Thailand. When I was fifteen days old, we immigrated to the United States. Nowadays there is a lot of talk about refugees and how they are just coming into the United States and milking the system. And all I can think about is how no one wants to be a refugee. Because to be a refugee means you have experienced life changing trauma. It means you have experienced what it feels like to literally put your life on the line. It means you can never show your kids your first school, or where you rode your bike to buy treats, or where you were born. And because you can never go back, I think refugees have a unique notion of belonging, of how their souls can interact with a place that transcends the physical space. In Hmong culture, we perform a 'hu plig' ceremony when someone is sick. In this ceremony, family, friends and people in the community share a meal together. But before they eat, each person ties a white string around the sick person's wrist. As they tie the strings, the community members tell the sick person how much that person is loved and sing that person a blessing. A 'hu plig' ceremony is one aspect of Hmong medicine that goes beyond the biological to the spiritual and metaphysical. So to me, health is more than just the physical, it's about having strong relationships with people around you. I think Minnesotans have traditionally been very welcoming to refugees and that sharing and welcoming culture has made this state such a healthy place to put down roots, made even more meaningful when you know you can never go back." -Pakou Hang, Co-Founder of Hmong American Farmers Association #RefugeesofMN

Nearly half of kids grades 6-12 are still exposed to secondhand smoke at home, in a car or in other public places. Secondhand smoke is especially dangerous for youth and can be a powerful trigger for asthma and other breathing problems. Eliminating smoking in shared spaces is the only way protect people from secondhand smoke. #LandofHealthyKids
There is no safe level of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), also known as secondhand smoke. Nationally, 2 in 5 children aged 3-11 were exposed to ETS in 2011-2012, higher than any other age group. In Minnesota, almost half (47%) of nonsmoking youth in grades 6-12 were exposed to ETS in…