The summer brings long, hot, sunny days – and the increased chance of exposure to annual pests including mosquitoes.
The LaGrange Health District partnered with Fayetteville Main Street/Downtown Development Authority (DDA) to establish a Wellness Walk, a 1-mile route around downtown Fayetteville with minimal stops for crossing intersections.
Do you like running in the morning, mid-day or evening?
Irwin County School System joined other school systems throughout the state of Georgia by implementing a Tobacco-Free School policy.
Men’s Health Month is an annual opportunity to promote and encourage the lifelong health and wellness of men in Georgia.
Summer officially started last week and that guarantees high temperatures and humidity throughout Georgia for the next few months.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among children ages 2 to 14, and the leading cause of injury-related death for children younger than age 2.
If you’re not drinking enough water, the Waterlogged mobile app can help!
Travel season in Georgia has arrived, bringing with it crowds of tourists and adventurers looking to enjoy the southern charm of an area proudly boasting the nickname “The Peach State.”
The DeKalb County Board of Health, in collaboration with DeKalb County Government and DeKalb County, is asking the public to help name its new mobile farmers market.