Blood sugar monitoring is a frequent necessity for people with diabetes. The easier it is to log and track your numbers, the more likely you are to monitor your health information at the appropriate times.
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Temperatures are dropping and states across the nation are already experiencing record-breaking winter storms.
The Georgia chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association awarded Brenda Fitzgerald, M.D., commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), the Forget-Me-Not Award last week for her work on the Georgia Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias State Pla
The DeKalb County Board of Health recently received a $72,400 Safe Communities grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to improve the safety and wellbeing of DeKalb County residents. The grant will allow Safe Communities DeKalb to make road
Today is the 26th anniversary of World AIDS Day, observed annually on Dec. 1 to raise awareness about the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection.
If you have a health condition like diabetes, information about what you eat can be important.
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This November, the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is joining child advocates in recognizing Child Safety Protection Month, an annual opportunity to champion the importance of child safety and health protection methods.
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and Georgians will be reuniting with loved ones for celebrations that bring together multiple generations of family members. In addition to sharing a good meal and many laughs, Thanksgiving is the perfect opportunit
Thanksgiving Day is almost here and many Georgians are planning to prepare their favorite comfort foods cooked exclusively for holiday celebrations. Resisting appetizing holiday dishes can be challenging, but health experts from the Georgia Department