There’s really nothing that can prepare you for being a new mother. Just ask Bethany Shantz.
Kesia Cobb, M.B.A., business operations director in the Division of Health Protection at the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and is now facing one of the toughest battles of her life.
Every year, more and more Americans travel internationally, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
What would it take to make you move your public health career forward? Would the ability to work and have a steady paycheck, while expanding your education level, motivate you to pursue a career that could afford you more?
To celebrate Asthma Awareness Month and Air Quality Awareness Week, the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is working with partners across the state to help Georgians suffering with asthma breathe easier.
When a woman becomes a mother, it is one of the most defining moments of her life. This Mother’s Day, birthing hospitals throughout Georgia are stepping up to provide mothers much needed support in caring for their little ones.
The U.S. Surgeon General has issued a called to action regarding the health consequences of involuntary exposure to tobacco smoke and secondhand smoke (SHS).
Beecher Hills Elementary School is already embracing this year’s warmer weather with an exciting focus on nutrition, gardening and physical activity for its students.
Dangerous weather conditions are possible all year in Georgia, and one of the biggest threats in the spring is tornadoes. Five years ago, tornadoes claimed 15 lives in Georgia and hundreds more throughout the Southeast.