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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut's Department of Public Health is holding its latest forum to hear about public health issues and problems facing communities across the state.
The events are part of the agency's State Health Assessment and Improvement Plan, an effort to track information that ultimately will be used to identify the health issues facing residents and to mobilize resources. The forums, which kicked off earlier this month, have been scheduled in all eight counties.
The latest event will be held Tuesday at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m.
Dr. Jewel Mullen, the state's public health commissioner, says the agency has already identified numerous health-related issues facing Connecticut residents including childhood obesity, diabetes and poor access to healthy foods in urban and rural communities.