Great Plains Tribal Chairmens Health Board

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Great Plains Tribal Chairmens Health Board
Great Plains Tribal Chairmens Health Board is listed in the Indian Affairs category in Rapid City, South Dakota. Displayed below is the only current social network for Great Plains Tribal Chairmens Health Board which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Great Plains Tribal Chairmens Health Board on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 73.

Contact information for Great Plains Tribal Chairmens Health Board is:
1770 Rand Rd
Rapid City, SD 57702
(605) 721-1922
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#GPPICH wants you to know that It is important to continue to implement strategies proven to reduce cigarette smoking and prevent smoking-related death and disease as the sale of cigarettes has increased. Check it out: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749379717300223
In recent years, self-reported cigarette smoking has declined among youth and adults, while electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use has increased. However, sales trends for these products are less certain. This study assessed national and state patterns of U.S. cigarette and e-cigarette unit sales.

#GPPICH wants you to know that traditional Native American games may be a good option to reduce childhood obesity rates and increase physical activity in your community. Check it out: http://igrow.org/news/native-american-games-for-physical-activity/#sthash.Rd55BtSR.dpuf
BROOKINGS, S.D. - Traditional Native American games may be a good option to reduce childhood obesity rates in some South Dakota communities, explained Prairey Walkling, SDSU Extension Community Development Field Specialist.

#GPPICH wants you to know that eating enough fruits and vegetables is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle and can also help reduce the risk of many chronic diseases. Read more to learn how different states stack up when it comes to eating fruits and vegetables: http://bit.ly/2kloNjo
Eating more fruits and vegetables adds nutrients to diets, reduces the risk for heart disease, stroke, and some cancers, and helps manage body weight when consumed in place of more energy-dense foods (

Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board shared Michael Glynn Memorial Coalition's photo.
Today is National Kick Butts Day. See how the Michael Glynn Memorial Coalition participates in the National Kick Butts Day! Use the hashtag #iKickButts to share how you are participating. For more information visit this website: https://www.kickbuttsday.org/
Today is Kick Butts Day! If you are a cigarette smoker, try "kicking the butts" today. Our TATU members, middle school and previous Norris Elementary students have declared that they are "Not a replacement" for the tobacco industry. Their pictures will be here later today, and on digital frames throughout the school in the days to come. As for now, it's on the front page of the Mellette County News today!! So make sure you buy a copy of the paper this week - it's awesome!!

#ShowYourBlueGP wants you to know that Colorectal Cancer is the third most common cancer for Great Plains American Indians. This Colorectal Cancer Awareness month, show us how you are raising awareness by wearing blue. Use the hashtag #ShowYourBlueGP and share your photos wearing blue. For more information visit out website: http://health.gptchb.org/show-your-blue-campaign/