2014 News Releases

12-19-14
Make 2015 the year to quit smoking

12-10-14
Do not handle bats, Greensboro child exposed to rabies

12-05-14
Family Planning patients encouraged to enroll in free 'Wonder Women of Wilcox County' Healthy Living Program

12-04-14
Alabama health care personnel advised to be immunized for influenza

11-26-14
Alabama health officials begin investigation of contaminated dietary product

11-19-14
Alabama to celebrate Rural Health Day Nov. 20

11-18-14
Great American Smokeout is the perfect time to quit smoking

10-22-14
Agencies vaccinate raccoons in northeast Alabama

10-22-14
Test your home, test your child, and learn how to prevent lead poisoning

10-22-14
Perry County Health Department investigates TB cases, sponsors health fair Nov. 15

10-14-14
Learn about risk factors to prevent SIDS/SUID

10-09-14
ADPH issues response concerning ill patient

10-08-14
Governor, State Health Officer and Alabama Hospital Association discuss state's Ebola preparedness activities

10-03-14
Coyote in Covington County tests positive for rabies

10-02-14
One additional case of Enterovirus D68 confirmed in an Alabama resident; providers asked to report cases of acute neurologic illness of unknown cause in children

09-30-14
Second raccoon in Foley area prompts heightened rabies warning

09-29-14
Contact your county health department if you plan to sell food at the Highway 48 Yard Sale

09-26-14
Public Health investigates cases of hepatitis A in Clarke County

09-19-14
Rabid raccoon in Foley is reminder of need to take precautions

09-15-14
Positive cases of Enterovirus D68 confirmed in Alabama residents

09-09-14
Children in Alabama being tested for Enterovirus D68

09-05-14
Learn how to prevent suicides during National Suicide Prevention Week

09-02-14
Alabama Child Death Review System makes positive impact in reducing preventable child deaths

09-02-14
WIC Program seeks public comment about 2015 State Plan

08-22-14
Protect yourself and your family from mosquito-borne viruses

08-21-14
Southeast Region now activated for the Alabama Trauma System, ADPH announces

08-20-14
Black infant mortality rate and rate of teen births in Alabama are lowest ever; overall infant mortality improves in 2013

08-14-14
ADPH investigates TB case at Auburn University

08-12-14
Make sure your pets are vaccinated for rabies; positive cases found west of the Tennessee River

08-08-14
ADPH issues alert to health care providers on Ebola

08-08-14
ADPH investigates TB case in Vance

08-04-14
ADPH seeks input on maternal and child health care needs

07-18-14
Missionaries and visitors to the Caribbean are advised to reduce exposure to mosquitoes to prevent chikungunya and other mosquito-borne viruses

07-09-14
Prevent food illnesses on hot summer days

06-30-14
Avoid senseless tragedy by never leaving children alone in vehicles

06-26-14
ADPH seeks HIV/AIDS prevention services prompting secondary school and community partnerships for the prevention of HIV/AIDS in youth and adolescents

06-26-14
ADPH notifies individuals whose personal information may have been stolen, advises possible victims of alleged fraud to report incidences of identity theft

06-20-14
Foodborne outbreak investigation confirms 14 with Salmonella

06-13-14
ADPH continues investigation of foodborne outbreak

06-12-14
ADPH investigates possible foodborne outbreak

06-11-14
Guest speaker to promote Diabetes Ambassador Program

06-06-14
Rabid raccoon in Talladega County prompts reminders to immunize pets

06-06-14
ADPH seeks HIV/AIDS post test education proposals for HIV/AIDS risk reduction, health promotion

06-04-14
Men urged to make their health a priority

05-30-14
ADPH exercises operating a Point of Dispensing Site during an emergency

05-29-14
UAB Health Systems and ADPH issue joint Legionella statement

05-28-14
Southeast Regional Pilot Acute Stroke System: A success story

05-25-14
ADPH reopens areas to oyster harvesting

05-19-14
Emergency Medical Services Personnel play important role in caring for and identifying stroke patients

05-15-14
Be sure to vaccinate your children; measles remains a problem in the U.S.

05-14-14
Alabama Employee Health and Fitness Walk set for Friday at the State Capitol

05-08-14
Designer drugs that mimic marijuana remain a public health concern

05-07-14
Alabama Department of Public Health issues 2014 Fish Consumption Advisories

05-06-14
Stroke system saves lives and prevents disabilities in Alabama

05-01-14
Test private well water and use caution when coming into contact with flood water

04-30-14
Be alert to health and safety following tornadoes

04-25-14
2014 Scale Back Alabama participants lose weight, adopt healthier habits

04-15-14
Statewide 'SADD Day' set for May 1

04-02-14
Shellfish growing waters closed

03-25-14
Alabama receives top ranking in infection prevention

03-21-14
Disaster Preparedness Survey to be conducted April 14-16 in Marengo County

03-14-14
Cullman Public Health Social Worker Angel Cook honored

03-05-14
Dye tracing study to be conducted March 10-13 in Grand Bay and Portersville Bay

01-28-14
Precautions are needed during cold weather emergencies

01-27-14
Are you eligible for WIC?

01-17-14
50 years later, smoking still harming millions

01-16-14
Scale Back Alabama kicks off eighth year

01-10-14
ADPH reopens areas to oyster harvesting

01-02-14
Shellfish growing waters closed


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