The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) and Colquitt County Regional Medical Center recently launched DPH’s Talk With Me Baby (TWMB) initiative which will be implemented in their hospital and early care centers.
Blog: Child health
Georgia Shape is pleased to announce that 218 schools received the 2016 Governor’s Shape Honor Roll recognition for their outstanding work in building classroom-based student health programs.
The long summer days are ripe with opportunities to enjoy the beach, local pools, scenic parks and hiking trails. If you plan on spending increased amounts of time outside, it’s important to put your health first – including your skin health.
The Georgia Safe to Sleep Campaign has officially launched statewide and is providing mothers free resources to help protect their babies from sleep-related infant deaths.
In a news conference yesterday, Governor Nathan Deal, First Lady Sandra Deal and leaders of several state agencies called for families and caregivers of children to have heightened awareness of the dangers of leaving children unattended in vehicles.
There’s really nothing that can prepare you for being a new mother. Just ask Bethany Shantz.
When a woman becomes a mother, it is one of the most defining moments of her life. This Mother’s Day, birthing hospitals throughout Georgia are stepping up to provide mothers much needed support in caring for their little ones.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is proud to join leaders in government and health care in observing National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
The arrival of a new baby can be the source of love, inspiration, excitement and even anxiety for many parents.