Changeset 19876 in main


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Timestamp:
02/20/20 12:25:28 (2 years ago)
Author:
LoisHaggard_NM
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NM nmibis-content physical environment topic update

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  • adopters/nm/trunk/src/main/webapps/nmibis-content/xml/html_content/topic/lifestyle/environment/physical/Detail.xml

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    1010                <ibis:include href="_content_overview.xml" children-only-flag="true"/>
    1111
    12                 <div id="contentSections">
    13                         <section class="Container">
     12                <div>
    1413                                <h2>Why It's Important</h2>
    1514                                Many adverse health outcomes have links to the environment, such as air pollution and an increased risk of heart attacks. Having
    1615                                reliable data about these health concerns provides a clearer picture of how the environment impacts health. This information can
    1716                                then be used to direct interventions to prevent and control these adverse health outcomes.
    18                         </section>
     17                                <br/><br/>
     18                                <h2>New Mexico's Environmental Public Health Tracking Program</h2>
     19                                For data and information on environmental risks and exposures in New Mexico, please visit the New Mexico Environmental Public
     20                                Health Tracking web portal: <a href="https://nmtracking.org/">https://nmtracking.org/</a>.
     21                                <br/><br/>
    1922                </div>
    2023
     24        <!--
    2125                <nav id="contextNavigation">
    2226                        <ibis:ContentBlock contentContainerClass="Block" id="ipSelections">
     
    6973                        </ibis:ContentBlock>
    7074                </nav>
     75        -->
    7176        </CONTENT>
    7277</HTML_CONTENT>
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