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Resident-centered approach grows healthy babies and local economy

News for 07.25.17
07.25.17
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Can a community market improve infant health? Can developing a local entrepreneurship culture reduce the number of babies born prematurely? Best Babies Zone believes the answer is yes. Read our newest blog plot on the Build Healthy Places Network’s What’s New blog—co-authored by BBZ Program Associate Megan Calpin and Building Blocks for Health Equity Unit Manager Jessica Luginbuhl. The post focuses on one of our Cohort 1 zones, BBZ Castlemont, and the strategies employed to improve the local economy through increasing entrepreneurial opportunities and supporting resident leaders.

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