This Georgia Health News article, authored by Andy Miller, is reprinted with permission from the publication.
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Women in colorful hats and tea attire filled the ballroom at the Piedmont Driving Club, a historical venue overlooking Piedmont Park in Atlanta.
Growing up with a pet is a common life experience among people of all generations. Whether you enjoyed the company of a dog, cat or even a fish, caring for a pet is often our first memory of friendship and responsibility.
Students learn good nutrition skills at home, but their time in school plays an important role in fortifying those skills into lifelong healthy habits.
The Georgia Department of Public Health’s (DPH) North Health District is working to ensure the well-being of women and provide services that help attain more positive birth outcomes throughout four of its local counties.
Learning how to value individual and group differences is a critical component to achieving shared goals in the public health industry.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is proud to celebrate 101 schools in Georgia that have made a commitment to maintain a healthier educational environment by fully implementing a tobacco-free policy.
Health and child advocates are working together to shed light on an unsuspecting public health topic – youth violence and cyber bullying.
The Georgia Department of Public Health is promoting National Nutrition Month in March as a great time to check your eating habits, especially if you are a person over age 65.