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Take Care New York 2012: A Policy for a Healthier New York City

State of New York New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Country Resources General Health Policies New York 31 December 2009 Policy document early intervention, prevention, public health

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Take Care New York 2012is a comprehensive health policy for New
York City. It lays out the health department’s plans to help all New Yorkers
live longer and healthier lives. And it offers ideas for how individuals can
improve their own health, and how organizations can help them do it.

It sets specific goals in 10 key areas selected for
their public health importance and proven amenability to improvement.

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