NMSU Department of Public Health Science recognizes local health heroes
4/18/2017 The Department of Public Health Science in the New Mexico State University College of Health and Social Services has recognized a local health organization and a health professional in honor of National Public Health Week. The department has selected ...
Bare Market: What Happens if Places Have No Obamacare Insurers?
4/18/2017 It issued an executive order suggesting it would weaken enforcement of a requirement that most Americans obtain health insurance.
'Wrapped in Hope' project receives public health award
4/18/2017 Wrapped in Hope, a cooperative health project aimed at helping drug addicted expectant mothers and their babies, recently received the Virginia Reber public health award. Project members from left are: Caroline McDonald, Emily Colomeda RN MPH, Jamie ...
Division of Public Health warns residents of raccoon positive with rabies
4/18/2017 Delaware's Division of Public Health is warning residents of the Chalfonte community and surrounding areas in Wilmington who may have come into contact with a raccoon that the DPH Lab found to be rabid April 13.
Why this Tufts public health professor wants your unused Fitbit ...
4/18/2017 Lisa Gualtieri's nonprofit, RecycleHealth, is collecting wearables and giving them to underserved populations as part of an effort to study how such devices can ...
Texas Tech residents get a taste of public health
4/18/2017 Health Department Director Gino Solla said the residents are under the supervision of the Health Authority Dr. B.A. Jinadu, an associate professor in pediatrics at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center who also has a master's in public health.
USM Students Participate in National Public Health Week Activities
4/18/2017 USM was part of a state-wide coalition to plan and coordinate activities across the state in celebration of National Public Health Week, sponsored by American Public Health Association (APHA). The national movement aimed to celebrate prevention ...
Insider Q&A: Public health system CEO sweats out ACA debate
4/18/2017 Cook County Health & Hospitals System, which handles more than 1 million patient visits in the Chicago area every year, has seen a significant financial boost from the Affordable Care Act.
Preview: Amarillo Public Health Goes Mobile with Immunizations
4/18/2017 The City of Amarillo's Public Health department is offering an adult immunization clinic Thursday from 2 to 4 p.m. at 4631 S. Western (former Toot'n Totum at the corner of Western Street and Republic Avenue).
Lawmakers push to add more public health nurses
4/18/2017 Spurred in part by the disaster, the state created a Division of Public Health Nursing and Child Hygiene in 1920 as a collaborative effort among the State Department of Health, the American Red Cross and the Maine Public Health Association. Its mission ...