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Do not handle bats, ADPH cautions

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ADPH Careers: Nutritionists

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"Establishing Order Establishes Destiny" --- About Dr. Amber Clark-Brown

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Do not handle bats, ADPH cautions

The public is cautioned not to handle bats. Bats, along with raccoons, are the primary reservoirs for rabies in Alabama.

ADPH Careers: Nutritionists

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) employs Nutritionists in multiple positions across the state.

Shellfish growing waters closed

ADPH has closed shellfish growing waters in Mobile County. Area I is closed; this includes Cedar Point, Heron Bay, and Dauphin Island Bay.

"Establishing Order Establishes Destiny" --- About Dr. Amber Clark-Brown

It is fitting that Dr. Amber Clark-Brown be recognized during February, Black History Month.

Shellfish growing waters reopened

State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris announced today the reopening of portions of Mobile Bay that were temporarily closed to the harvesting of...

Make Healthy Lifestyle Choices to Be Heart Healthy

February is American Heart Month, a time when everyone is encouraged to focus on their cardiovascular health.

Shellfish growing waters closed

ADPH has closed shellfish growing waters in Mobile County. Areas I and II are closed, including Cedar Point, Portersville Bay, Heron Bay, and...

Winners of 2024 ‘Share Your Smile with Alabama’ competition for third graders announced

The Oral Health Office of the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) announces the winners of the seventh annual smile photo contest for third...

A Centennial of Safe Milk

Milk --- these days, it does a body good. But back in the early 1900s, not so much

We can end Cervical Cancer in our lifetime. Alabama’s women need only take three steps to WIPE OUT this deadly cancer.

Nancy Wright, director of ADPH's Cancer Prevention and Control Division, discusses ways to wipe out cervical cancer in our communities.