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2008 News Releases

12-23-08

Two Coosa County weigh-in sites set for Scale Back Alabama

12-12-08

Shop for safe toys this holiday season

11-26-08

Rabid bat in Baldwin County prompts reminders to immunize pets

11-18-08

ADPH proposes civil penalty against company for failing to secure nuclear gauge

11-14-08

Health department facilitates investigation into recent deaths in children

11-14-08

It's not too late; get your flu shot now

11-13-08

Regional Trauma Advisory Council meeting set for Nov. 20

11-13-08

Regional Trauma Advisory Council meeting set for Nov. 18

11-07-08

Regional Trauma Advisory Council meeting set for Nov. 12

10-31-08

Survivors of Suicide Day offers support for survivors

10-29-08

Regional Trauma Advisory Council Meeting set in Lincoln

10-28-08

AMAiZING event planned for families of children with diabetes

10-28-08

Health department offers autumn season safety tips

10-28-08

Regional Trauma Advisory Council Meeting set

10-27-08

Teen pregnancies increase in Alabama for second consecutive year

10-22-08

Reduce exposure to lead, especially among young children

10-16-08

Health departments expect ample supply of flu vaccine, so get immunized

10-07-08

Fit physical activity into your life--your way

10-02-08

Home fires lead to serious injury, death and property loss

10-01-08

Joy to Life Foundation offers free personalized 'Fight Breast Cancer' tags through October

09-25-08

CDC recognizes 73 Alabama water systems for water fluoridation quality

09-23-08

West Nile virus detected in Escambia County, Ala.

09-19-08

Skin cancer prevention information, screenings will be offered at Navistar Classic

09-18-08

ADPH announces 2008 Safety Coloring Book winners

09-15-08

Scale Back Alabama selects coach

09-10-08

Radon test kit can answer concerns about granite counter tops

09-09-08

Free prostate cancer screenings available in West Alabama

09-08-08

Suicide Prevention Task Force works to educate Alabamians

09-07-08

Shellfish growing waters reopened for harvesting of oysters

09-03-08

Gauge containing radioactive materials returned

09-01-08

Public reminded to use caution in flood waters

08-31-08

Alabama waters closed to oyster harvesting

08-29-08

Company offers reward for return of radioactive device

08-29-08

Public Health encourages Alabamians to prepare for Hurricane Gustav

08-22-08

Use caution in flood waters

08-20-08

Alabama's infant mortality rate increases in 2007

08-14-08

WIC Program seeks public comment about 2009 State Plan

08-06-08

State's high school youth are smoking less

08-05-08

For breastfeeding to succeed, mothers need support

08-04-08

Back-to-school preparations must include up-to-date immunizations

07-31-08

Consider becoming an organ donor

07-24-08

Former State Health Officer Dr. Ira L. Myers dies in Montgomery

07-22-08

Alabama Department of Public Health issues 2008 Fish Consumption Advisories

07-16-08

HIV/AIDS Waiver Program offers option for seriously ill patients

07-10-08

Children's health agencies announce initiative to increase awareness of ATV-related injury

07-01-08

Fireworks increase the risk of injury and fire

06-24-08

Statewide initiative aims to increase business support for breastfeeding

06-18-08

Eastern Equine Encephalitis detected in Baldwin County

06-10-08

Immunize your pets during Rabies Awareness/Dog Bite Prevention Week

06-03-08

Alabama ranks high in children's health care, national study finds

05-01-08

Health department encourages public to learn risk factors for viral hepatitis

04-30-08

Alabama celebrates asthma awareness month

04-29-08

Public Health launches program to help teens quit smoking

04-18-08

Alabama Newborn Screening to add test for cystic fibrosis

04-14-08

Foundation takes steps to stop breast cancer by sponsoring 'Walk of Life' on April 19

04-01-08

Scale Back Alabama doubles in size

03-28-08

Health Department cautions consumers about 'Total Body' dietary supplements

03-28-08

Public health website now provides all food inspection scores

03-07-08

North Alabama implements model trauma system

02-22-08

ADPH seeks proposals for HIV/AIDS prevention services for youth/adolescents

02-20-08

Temporary 'black henna' tattoos may cause skin damage

02-19-08

ADPH opens area to oyster harvesting

02-13-08

Conferences will tackle difficult issues

02-06-08

Influenza detected in Alabama

01-31-08

Alabamians asked to show support for Go Red for Women

01-07-08

Public health cooperates in lead hazard removal/cleanup at Spanish Fort Elementary School

01-04-08

Be aware of home heating hazards


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