Health and child advocates are working together to shed light on an unsuspecting public health topic – youth violence and cyber bullying.
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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.
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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.
Work, children, volunteer activities and other commitments fill our time on a daily basis. It can be difficult – and seemingly impossible – to fit in healthy behaviors.
The Georgia Department of Public Health’s (DPH) Worksite Wellness program advocates for physical activity and healthy food choices as part of our daily work environment.
Alicia Keys, Grammy Award-winning performing artist, is teaming up with Greater Than AIDS to promote National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on March 10.
Medications are a daily part of life for millions of people. Whether they are supplements or prescriptions written by physicians, medications have been proven to help people sustain a healthy body or ward off unwanted illnesses and pain.