The Georgia Department of Public Health’s (DPH) North Health District is working to ensure the well-being of women and provide services that help attain more positive birth outcomes throughout four of its local counties.
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Health and child advocates are working together to shed light on an unsuspecting public health topic – youth violence and cyber bullying.
Learning how to value individual and group differences is a critical component to achieving shared goals in the public health industry.
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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.
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.
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.
More than 30 organizations throughout the state participated in the 4th Annual Children’s Day at the Capitol last week to present a unified voice for 2.4 million citizens who don’t have a vote – children.