When you visit your favorite restaurant, you may be aware of the long line of food professionals involved in preparing your food including chefs, farmers and food distributors.
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Primary Care of Southwest Georgia is nestled in the far corner of the state where scenic landscapes can be seen for miles.
Each year, the first week of April marks National Public Health Week – a time to recognize the work and achievements of public health professionals everywhere.
Most of us don’t really think about breathing, but it’s always on the minds of about 50 million people with allergies and 23 million people with asthma when spring arrives in Georgia.
From coping with breastfeeding controversies to understanding why babies refuse to "latch," attendees of The Ultimate Breastfeeding Conference recently held in Dalton gained new perspectives on how to help mothers and babies succeed with breastfeeding.
It was not long ago when Georgians’ top weather concern was ice, snow and cold temperatures.
One in 68 children has a diagnosis of autism nationally, with a Georgia rate of 1 in 64.
The Alzheimer’s Association estimates there are currently more than 130,000 Georgians living with Alzheimer’s disease and that by 2025 that number will grow to 160,000.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is proud to introduce the new and improved Public Health Information Library (PHIL) website.
The world is your gym. Human is an all-day activity tracker that inspires you to move 30 minutes or more, every day. It runs on all your favorite devices without the need of extra hardware.