Public Health Newsletter

June 2018 Newsletter

  • First Step in Improving Men's Health is Becoming Informed
  • Summer Sunburns Preventable with Layering
  • Warm Temps Bring Rise in Vehicular Heatstroke Deaths

May 2018 Newsletter

  • Tips for Women's Health Week
  • ECPH to hold Pre-Diabetes Screening
  • Hepatitis Awareness 
  • Juuling

April 2018 Newsletter

  • Permits Required for Septic System Installation, Repair
  • Public Health Week
  • Medication Disposal

March 2018 Newsletter

  • Kick Butts Day
  • Colorectal Cancer Rally
  • Go Further With Food

February 2018 Newsletter

  • Love Your Heart
  • Great American Spit Out
  • Winter Water Consumption

January 2018 Newsletter

  • Tobacco Cessation Program Available
  • Water Is Best Beverage Choice
  • Birth Defects Prevention Month

December 2017 Newsletter

  • Sign Up Your Daycare for Safe Sleep Visit
  • Keep Holiday Stress At Bay
  • Flu Shot Protection
  • Winter Survival Kit List

November 2017 Newsletter

  • Great American Smokeout
  • Thanksgiving Food Safety Tips

October 2017 Newsletter

  • Screenings Vital Vs. Breast Cancer
  • Flue Season Just Around the Corner
  • Binge Drinking Has Variety of Consequences
  • Parents Play Role in Preventing Teen Drinking

September 2017 Newsletter

  • Prostate Cancer Symptoms Not Always Visible
  • National Food Safety Month
  • Preparedness Takes Center Stage in September

August 2017 Newsletter

  • Fall Prevention Class Set
  • Breastfeeding Vital to ND Families
  • Back to School Season is Time for Vaccines

July 2017 Newsletter

  • Tips to Protect Your Eyes
  • Summer Food Safety
  • World Hepatitis Day

June 2017 Newsletter

  • Stay Vigilent for WNV​
  • Reduce Risks During Safety Month
  • Support Men's Health by Wearing Blue
  • Fireworks Season, Dangers Approaching

May 2017 Newsletter

  • Remember Sun Safety
  • High Blood Pressure Checks Available
  • World No Tobacco Day
  • Tips for Safe Bicycling
  • Nurses Week Set in May

April 2017 Newsletter

  • Easy Tips for Poison Safety
  • Pre-school Screenings Scheduled
  • Vaccines Key to Infant Protection
  • WHO Focuses on Depression for World Health Day
  • Vaccines Work to Protect Individuals, Communities

March 2017 Newsletter

  • Early Detection Key for Colorectal Cancer
  • Healthy Clinics Reduces SIDS Risks
  • Fall Prevention Workshop Set for April