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Making Cycling in D.C. Less Black and White, Community Building, New Bottles and Old Wine



Advocates Try to Make Cycling in D.C. Less Black and White: DCist. A photo montage of our journey. Click to enlarge I was really delighted to see this article in DCist. It’s about Black Women Bike DC (@BWBDC), which has been around since 2011. I/we didn’t know about Black Women Bike DC when we did » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: What a difference open data plus 5 miles makes in understanding people’s health choices: Capital Bikeshare



View SDOH Tour – Bikeshare 14352 on Flickr.com This is similar treatment to a Photo Friday a few weeks ago (See: Photo Friday: What a difference 5 miles makes in the health choices people can make | Ted Eytan, MD), except it’s about the use of our bicycle sharing program ( @bikeshare ) rather than » » » » on to the full article

Walk With a Doc – Washington, DC , August 10, 2012



The second Walk with a Doc community walk will be on August 10, 2012, leaving from the front of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@kptotalhealth) in Washington, DC Feel free to invite yourself by choosing from one of two social networks: Walk With a Doc – Washington, DC - Facebook invitation for August 10, » » » » on to the full article

My #walkwithadoc and patient, exploring the determinants of health in Washington, DC Ward 8



So much beer. View on Flickr.com What struck me most on reviewing my photographs (see below) was the amazing amount of beer in one store. I took them on a walking tour of Ward 8, known as Anacostia, with another physician Pierre Vigilance, MD, MPH ( @PierreVigilance ) and a patient champion, Kait Roe ( @kaitbr » » » » on to the full article

Photo Friday: What a difference 5 miles makes in the health choices people can make



View What a difference 5 miles makes in the social determinants of health on Flickr.com I’ve already tweeted this and posted to Facebook; however the blog is the official record of the journey :).  I took both photographs yesterday while on a “Social Determinants of Health Tour” (walk) through Ward 8 of Washington, DC, with » » » » on to the full article