On behalf of OJJDP, the EDC Tribal Juvenile Detention & Reentry T/TA Center presented Effective and Cultural Based Practices as Reentry Strategies with Tribal Youth in Detention.
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Violence is a primary cause of death worldwide for people ages 15-44.
HIV/AIDS is responsible for more deaths each year than any other infectious disease.
More than half the world’s population of 6 billion lives on less than $2 a day.
In poor, less-developed countries the life expectancy is 49 years of age, and 10 percent of children die before their first birthday.
A sedentary lifestyle can lead to weak muscles, poor cardiovascular conditioning, bone density loss, and obesity, which may result in cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, reduced immunity, an
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