June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Community intervention can help American Indian families change behavior related to early childhood weight gain and obesity, according to a new Kaiser Permanente and Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) study.
What does NPAIHB stand for?
NPAIHB stands for Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (Oregon)
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RANDALL, MPH, RN, is a maternal and child health epidemiologist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board at the Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center in Portland, Ore.
An epidemiologist with Oregon's Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, Romero is perhaps the only scientist in the United States with a background in human genetics who is also an American Indian (she is from the Jemez Pueblo of New Mexico).