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Next year the U.S. Department of Agriculture has proposed reducing annual hunger aid in Cleveland by $13 million and by $21 million in Cuyahoga County as a whole. Approximately 4.1 million meals would be lost in the City of Cleveland and 6.7 million meals in Cuyahoga County. Read more here.
Not everyone has an equal opportunity to live a long and healthy life. There is much more to health than health care; the conditions in the community in which you live influence how healthy you will be and how long you will live. Being able to measure health outcomes at the very local level is important if we are to shape policies and services that improve these conditions for vulnerable communities. Learn more about the life expectancy in your community here.
These fact sheets highlight demographic, health and social indicators for women in each of Ohio’s 88 counties.
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