March 2020 Newsletter

  • Avoid Flooded Roadways, Practice Flood Safety This Spring
  • Regular Screenings Critical to Catch Colorectal Cancer
  • ND Department of Health and CDC Links for COVID-19


February 2020 Newsletter

  • Celebrate American Heart Month with Family Friends
  • Begin Flood Preparedness with Awareness


January 2020 Newsletter

  • Flood Preparedness
  • Resources Available for Quitting Vaping, Nicotine
  • Radon Gas Safety


December 2019 Newsletter

  • 5 Handwashing Steps
  • Toy Safety During Holidays
  • Older Driver Safety Tips


November 2019 Newsletter

  • Quitting Tobacco Has Short-, Long-Term Benefits
  • Focus Thanksgiving on Family Health History
  • Don't Be a Turkey With Your Thanksgiving Food Prep


October 2019 Newsletter

  • Women's Way Helps Promote Breast, Cervical Cancer Detection
  • Many Addictions Due to Shared, Stolen Meds
  • Flu Shots


September 2019 Newsletter

  • Preparedness Month
  • Farm Safety & Health Week
  • Immunization Promotion


August 2019 Newsletter

  • Back to School Immunizations
  • North Dakota Breastfeeding
  • Eye Tips for High School, College Students

                                      

July 2019 Newsletter

  • UV Safety
  • Fireworks Safety
  • National Pet Fire Safety Day


June 2019 Newsletter

  • Get Involved with Men's Health
  • Keep Safety in Mind for your Kids this Summer
  • Grilling Safety


May 2019 Newsletter

  • Spring Brings Sun Safety Concerns
  • Vaping Reaching Epidemic Proportions in ND
  • Spring Walking Kick-Off & AED Training Event


April 2019 Newsletter

  • North Dakota Alcohol Use, Abuse
  • Rural America a Topic of Public Health Week
  • Earth Day 2019


March 2019 Newsletter

  • ND Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates Below National Levels
  • Eat Healthy, Get Activity During Nutrition Month
  • Cheerleading Safety Month


February 2019 Newsletter

  • Car Seat Safety
  • Teen Violence Dating Month
  • Free Pre-Diabetes Screening Event


January 2019 Newsletter

  • Start Year Off Right with Tobacco Cessation
  • Diabetes, Prediabetes Rates Continue to Rise
  • ECPH Provides Free Blood Glucose Screenings

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