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Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln in the News

PHL in the News Archive, 2011 - 2015

PHL in the News Archive, 2016 - 2018

PHL in the News Archive, 2019 - 2021

Television, Radio, Podcasts

KOLN/KGIN CBS, Jan. 18, 2022: Pro-Vax Ad Campaign Hopes to Reach Black Community
KOLN/KGIN CBS, Febr. 7,2022: Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln Aims to Expand Vaccinations in Communities of Color
Nebraska Public Media, Febr. 10, 2022: Dr. Rauner Optimistic About Nebraska's Pandemic Trends
KLKN ABC TV, May 26, 2022:  F Street Tunnel Renovated
LNKTV Health, May 26, 2022: Mayor, Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln, Project Partners and Sponsors Celebrate F St. Tunnel

KLKN ABC TV, Sept. 25, 2022: Streets Alive! Brings People Together
KOLN/KGIN CBS, Sept. 25, 2022: Lincolnites Head to University Place for Streets Alive!
KLIN Radio: Sept. 20, 2023: Northeast Lincoln Neighborhood to Close Off for Streets Alive! Festival
KOLN/KGIN CBS, Sept. 24, 2023: Streets Alive! Finishes Second Year in University Place
KETV ABC, Nov. 26, 2023: Nebraska Doctors Ask for Quicker Access to Maternal, Infant Health Data

Journals, Periodicals

Today Parents,  Febr. 2013  - Smart Jocks: Fit Kids Do Better on Math, Reading Tests  
The Journal of Pediatrics, Febr. 2013  -  Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Aerobics – Evaluating the New “R” in Academic Performance  

Education Week, Nov. 2017 - Educators: Lincoln Students' Wrist Monitors Promote Fitness

Newspaper

NY Daily Times
Mar. 2013  -
Active Kids Do Better on Academic Tests Than Couch Potatoes: Study

US News and World Report
July 18, 2021: Nebraska Schools Get Conflicting Advice on Virus Quarantine
Aug. 5, 2021: Somes States Have Stopped or Reduced COVID-19 Data Reporting as Delta Spreads

Lincoln Journal Star, Washington Times, Omaha World Herald

Jan. 8, 2022:  Dr. Bob Rauner Discusses Accountable Care Organizations 
Jan. 29, 2022: Health & the City: Having a Heart to Heart About Your Heart
Febr. 26, 2022: Health & the City: Giving Kids a Taste of Good Health
Mar. 26, 2022: Health & the City: Holding Onto Our Pandemic Gains
April 27, 2022: Lincoln COVID-19 Cases Are On the Rise
April 30, 2022: Health & the City: In May, You Might Like ... to Bike!
May 28, 2022: Health & the City: Getting Out in the Great Outdoors
June 4, 2022: Completion of F Street Tunnel Project Celebrated
June 25, 2022: Health & the City: Kids and Mental Health - The More They Move, the Better Their Mood
July 30, 2022:  Health & the City: Healthy Moms and Babies
Aug. 17,2022: COVID Cases Decline in Lincoln - But COVID Isn't Over
Aug. 27, 2022: Health & the City: The Journey Can Be Half the Fun
Sept. 11, 2022: Availability, Focus on COVID Data Shifted Over Time in Nebraska
Sept. 16, 2022: UPCO Park PHL to Co-Host Streets Alive! Sept. 25
Sept. 24, 2022: Health & the City: Double Up - It's for Good for Your Health
Sept. 25, 2022: Childhood Obesity Struggle a Growing Problem
Sept. 27, 2022: Despite Positive Trends, Nebraska Expert Says Don't Let Up on COVID Boosters
Oct. 21, 2022: Lincoln Non-Profit Uses Trusted Voices to Close Vaccination Gaps Among Hispanics, Black Residents
Oct. 29, 2022: Health & the City: November is Diabetes Awareness Month
Nov. 26, 2022: Health & the City: Tips for Happier, Healthier, Less Stressful Holidays
Dec. 31, 2022: Health & the City: Taking Care of You in 2023
Jan. 24, 2023: Nebraska Experiences First Winter COVID Lull
Jan. 25, 2023: Local COVID Risk Drops Again
Jan. 28, 2023: Health & the City: Getting Down to the Heart of the Matter
Febr. 18, 2023: 
Nebraska Group Aims to Reduce Infant Mortality
Febr. 25, 2023: Health & the City: Staying Healthy from Top to 'Bottom'
Mar. 19, 2023: Three Years Into the COVID Pandemic, Where is Nebraska Headed?
Mar. 25, 2023: Health & the City: Getting Things Done - AmeriCorps Style
April 29, 2023: Health & the City: The Joy of Pedaling
May 27, 2023: Health & the City: Celebrate the Great Outdoors in June
June 24, 2023: Health & the City: Good Health and Social Media 
July 29, 2023: Health & the City: Community Educators Are Trusted Voices in 27 Languages
Aug. 17, 2023: Nebraska Removes Wastewater Data as COVID Cases Start to Rise

Aug. 26, 2023: Health & the City: "More Than a Shop" Means Good Health ...With Style
Sept. 16, 2023: University Place to Co-Host Streets Alive! on Sept. 24
Sept. 30, 2023: Health & the City: Fall is Virus Time
Oct. 28, 2023:  Health & the City: Prepare Now for Happier, Healthier Holidays
Nov. 4, 2023:   Dr. Rauner Talks About Healthcare, COVID-19 in Presentation
Nov. 27, 2023:  Health & the City: Moms Helping Moms 
Dec. 29, 2023: Health & the City: Health, Haircuts, and Hope
Jan. 27, 2024: Health & the City: A Century of Heart Love
Febr. 24, 2024: Health & the City: For the Love of Babies
Mar. 30, 2024:  Health & the City: Helping Neighborhoods Come Alive
April 27, 2024: Health & the City: Advocates Support Moms With Caring Voices

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
 
Febr. 5, 2015:
City Reports 8.2 Percent decline in Obesity Among Children in Grades K through 8

Living Well Magazine

Summer 2022 - Help Kids Build a Healthy Future