GSPH Center for Minority Health Launches Healthy Black Family Project Effort aimed at decreasing diabetes, hypertension in Pittsburgh neighborhoods

Alan Aldinger & Rose Afriyie
The Pitt Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) Center for Minority Health has taken its public health campaign to city neighborhoods by launching the Healthy Black Family Project (HBFP), aimed at preventing diabetes and hypertension in African American neighborhoods in Pittsburgh’s East End. The program was announced Oct. 26 during a news conference at the Kingsley Association Community Center in East Liberty.
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