2015 News Releases

12-30-15
ADPH urges safety precautions and tetanus prevention in areas affected by flooding

12-30-15
ADPH offers information for residents with septic tanks and private wells during floods

12-17-15
Make 2016 the year to quit tobacco

12-16-15
Infant mortality rate in Alabama remains stable in 2014

12-11-15
Public advised to use caution in waters with high concentrations of red tide

11-24-15
World AIDS Day Commemoration strives to 'get to zero'

11-17-15
Shellfish growing waters closed

11-16-15
Alabama to celebrate National Rural Health Day Nov. 19

11-13-15
No excuses to put off quitting tobacco, the Great American Smokeout is Nov. 19

10-28-15
Rabid wildlife in Montgomery serve as a reminder of the risk of rabies in the area

10-27-15
Shellfish growing waters in Area II closed

10-27-15
Adopt safe sleep practices for infants, ADPH urges

10-21-15
Dr. Tom Miller appointed acting state health officer

10-21-15
ADPH reopens areas to oyster harvesting

10-20-15
Electronic system allows for quicker issuance of most death certificates in Alabama

10-20-15
ADPH seeks grant proposals for hypertension and diabetes control management

10-19-15
Get your flu shots as early as possible, despite some shipping delays

10-01-15
Agencies to vaccinate raccooons in northeast and north central Alabama Oct. 5-15

09-30-15
Quitline provides free help for quitting tobacco

09-28-15
Shellfish growing waters closed

09-01-15
WIC Program seeks public comment about 2016 State Plan

08-28-15
Twenty-seven Alabama hospitals join Alabama Breastfeeding Initiative

08-26-15
ADPH issues precautionary notice to those who have visited Birmingham Zoo's Lorikeet Aviary in past 30 days

08-24-15
ADPH seeks grant proposal for HIV prevention, care and behavioral health services for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)

08-18-15
Test results for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome on Alabama patient confirmed as negative

08-15-15
Alabama patient preliminarily tests negative for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

08-15-15
Patient being tested for possible case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome

08-05-15
ADPH confirms Ebola test results of individual are negative

08-03-15
Alabama teens have low rate of HPV immunization, vaccination urged

07-22-15
Alabama Department of Public Health's Jessica Hardy Chosen as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Nurse Leader

07-13-15
Extra precautions needed to avoid heat illnesses

07-10-15
ADPH seeks grant proposals for diabetes self-management education

07-01-15
Bacteria found in food products matches clinical samples in child care center outbreak investigation

06-26-15
Child care center involved in outbreak emergency closure order lifted

06-25-15
Outbreak investigation continues in Montgomery

06-24-15
Outbreak investigation underway in Montgomery

06-23-15
Take extra precautions to avoid heat illnesses

06-17-15
Get tested on June 27, National HIV Testing Day--Know.Manage.Live

06-15-15
Alabama Community Health Assessment 2015 draft available for public feedback

06-11-15
Individuals with autism may apply for identification cards

06-10-15
Men urged to be positive role models and make their health a priority

06-09-15
Be aware of the need to vaccinate your pets for rabies and protect against dog bites

06-04-15
Alabama Department of Public Health issues 2015 Fish Consumption Advisories

06-03-15
Alabama hospital visits for synthetic cannabinoid use in Alabama decline, ADPH discontnues weekly case reporting

06-02-15
Prevention is key in safeguarding against tick and mosquito-borne diseases

05-26-15
Hospitals visits for synthetic cannabinoids continue to decrease; ADPH again cautions public not to use these unsafe, illegal substances

05-15-15
Hospital reports of synthetic cannabinoid use may have been trending down over past week

05-14-15
ADPH investigates possible chickenpox cases in Blount County

05-12-15
Alabama Employee Health and Fitness Walk set for Friday at State Capitol

05-11-15
Synthetic cannabinoid users can exhibit bizarre and violent behaviors, hospitalizations after use increase in Alabama over past week

05-08-15
ADPH reopens areas to oyster harvesting

04-29-15
Alabamians at risk are urged to learn more about viral hepatitis

04-24-15
2015 Scale Back Alabama winners announced

04-23-15
Potential danger exists from use of synthetic cannabinoids (spice) in Alabama, 96 hospitalized

04-23-15
Public Health leaders honored

04-22-15
Are you eligible for WIC?

04-15-15
Usage of synthetic cannabinoids (spice) on the rise in Alabama

04-14-15
Shellfish growing waters closed

04-14-15
Madison County Public Health Social Worker Felicia Love honored with statewide award

04-07-15
ADPH works with Alabama State University on tuberculosis investigation, town hall meeting scheduled for 5 p.m.

04-01-15
Alabama Tobacco Quitline celebrates 10 years by offering more NRT

03-27-15
Baldwin County Social Work Manager honored with statewide award

03-26-15
Public Health Advisory issued for Big Will's Creek

03-17-15
What's your risk for prediabetes or type 2 diabetes? Check to see on American Diabetes Association Alert Day, March 24

02-25-15
Follow safety precautions during cold weather emergencies

02-12-15
'Through With Chew Week' brings smokeless tobacco to the forefront

02-05-15
Revised Certificate of Marriage forms to be sent to probate courts today

02-04-15
Measles vaccines are highly effective in preventing the disease

01-30-15
Alabama pediatricians join Public Health in urging immunization for measles and other vaccine-preventable diseases

01-22-15
ADPH reopens areas to oyster harvesting

01-16-15
Scale Back Alabama weigh-ins begin Monday

01-06-15
Scale Back Alabama kicks off 2015 contest

01-05-15
Shellfish growing waters closed


Page last updated: October 30, 2017