Hey Friends!

    Today, the The 2x2 Project <http://the2x2project.org/> is officially
live.

     What's the The 2x2 Project, you ask? It's been our contention that
health information cannot and should not be relegated to the few with
access to the public health literature--it should be made available and
open for public consumption. In line with that ethos, we've created the 2x2
project <http://the2x2project.org/>, which aims to bring you "Health Beyond
the Headlines". This venue, many months in the making, is finally up, and
we hope it will be serve to push the conversation about health forward!

    So come check us out! Like us on
Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/The2x2Project>
! Follow us on Twitter <http://twitter.com/the2x2project>! And since we're
still shaking out some of the details, do let me know if you find something
that's not quite right, or if you have some suggestions to make the site
better!!

    Finally, I know there are definitely more than a few with something
important to say--if you've got any compelling article ideas/burning issues
you want to scream out loud about, consider writing for us! We'd love to
have you on--send me an email with your thoughts/ideas, and we'll make it
happen...

peace,
abdul

--
Abdulrahman M El-Sayed

 
Sandeep Kishore
Replied at 3:38 PM, 13 Sep 2012

fascinating stuff abdul --

your blog on social networks and obesity is interesting -- it's great
to dig past the veneer and get into the nitty/ gritty -- ! keep it up!

http://the2x2project.org/can-your-friends-really-make-you-fat/

On 9/13/12, GHDonline (Abdulrahman El-Sayed) <> wrote:
> Abdulrahman El-Sayed added a new discussion to the Young Professionals
> Chronic Disease Network community.
>
> Title: Introducing the 2x2 project
>
> Discussion contents:
> "Hey Friends!
>
> Today, the The 2x2 Project <http://the2x2project.org/> is officially
> live.
>
> What's the The 2x2 Project, you ask? It's been our contention that
> health information cannot and should not be relegated to the few with
> access to the public health literature--it should be made available and
> open for public consumption. In line with that ethos, we've created the 2x2
> project <http://the2x2project.org/>, which aims to bring you "Health Beyond
> the Headlines". This venue, many months in the making, is finally up, and
> we hope it will be serve to push the conversation about health forward!
>
> So come check us out! Like us on
> Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/The2x2Project>
> ! Follow us on Twitter <http://twitter.com/the2x2project>! And since we're
> still shaking out some of the details, do let me know if you find something
> that's not quite right, or if you have some suggestions to make the site
> better!!
>
> Finally, I know there are definitely more than a few with something
> important to say--if you've got any compelling article ideas/burning issues
> you want to scream out loud about, consider writing for us! We'd love to
> have you on--send me an email with your thoughts/ideas, and we'll make it
> happen...
>
> peace,
> abdul
>
> --
> Abdulrahman M El-Sayed
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Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
The Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard University
Co-Chair, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network

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