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2016 News Releases

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05-04-16

Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Program issues seven awards for shade structure grant

05-03-16

Alabama to celebrate National Emergency Medical Services for Children Day May 18

05-02-16

Scale Back Alabama announces winning teams

04-22-16

Second rabid raccoon in Butler County prompts heightened rabies warning

04-20-16

Public Health leaders honored

04-19-16

Are you eligible for WIC?

04-19-16 

Shellfish growing waters closed

04-13-16

Areas reopened to oyster harvesting

04-12-16

ADPH urges pregnant women and women planning to become pregnant to avoid travel to Zika-affected areas | en Espaņol

04-06-16

Shellfish growing waters closed

04-04-16

ADPH seeks proposals for diabetes self-management education programs

03-29-16

Public health social workers honored with statewide awards

03-28-16

Oyster growing areas opened

03-22-16

Kimberly Gordon honored as Social Work Manager of the Year

03-15-16

Two additional Alabama residents confirmed with Zika virus

03-01-16

Shellfish growing waters closed

02-22-16

'Through With Chew Week' targets reducing smokeless tobacco use

02-22-16

State of Alabama declares 2016 the year to Get Moving Alabama! Leaders and concerned citizens to convene at summit to tackle obesity

02-18-16

Oyster growing waters opened

02-10-16

First Alabama resident confirmed with Zika virus

02-05-16

ADPH updates advisory regarding Zika virus

02-04-16

TB testing finds two additional patients in Perry County, treatment underway

01-29-16

Perry County Health Department to resume regular TB testing by appointment only Feb. 8

01-28-16 

Alabama receives more than $47,000 from Safe to Sleep Campaign to improve infant sleep environments

01-26-16 

ADPH continues to address lead levels in children

01-21-16

ADPH issues advisory for pregnant women considering travel to areas with the Zika virus

01-21-16

ADPH confirms 1 new TB case in Perry County, emphasizes message that TB is treatable

01-18-16

Public Health confirms 47 people with TB infection in Perry County

01-15-16

Perry County Health Department to provide test results and preventive therapy to those testing positive for TB

01-11-16

Health Department to hold town hall meeting on TB Jan. 14 in Marion

01-08-16

ADPH investigates foodborne outbreak

01-08-16

Alabamians break world record for most people on one scale

01-07-16

Perry County Health Department to give money to people screened and treated for TB

01-06-16

Morgan County Health Department to hold groundbreaking Jan. 21


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