October 2021 Newsletter

  • Cancer Doesn't Stop During Pandemic, Women's Way Can Help
  • Keep Scares to a Minimum During Halloween Season
  • Stop Bullying at stopbullying.gov

September 2021 Newsletter

  • Delta Variant Pushing Into ND
  • 'Prepare to Protect' During National Preparedness Month
  • Who Needs a Flu Shot? 

August 2021 Newsletter

  • Vaccines Necessary for Safe Back To School
  • National Breastfeeding Month Celebrated Throughout August
  • Lower Costs on Marketplace Health Insurance Plans Available

​​​July 2021 Newsletter

  • ECPH Restarts Monthly Newsletter
  • Immunize On Time, Every Time
  • National Pet Fire Safety Day

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

  • Be Prepared, Not Scared During Preparedness Month
  • Farm Safety & Health Week Set for September
  • Immunization Season is Coming

August 2019 Newsletter

  • Back to School Means Getting Up to Date on Immunizations
  • North Dakotans Can Do More with Breastfeeding
  • Eye tips for High School, College Students

​July 2019 Newsletter

  • Protect Yourself from UV Rays
  • Fireworks Increase Risk of Injury, Fires
  • Protect Your Pets

​June 2019 Newsletter

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

May 2019 Newsletter

  • ​Spring Brings Sun Safety Concerns
  • Vaping Reaching Epidemic Proportions in ND
  • Celebrate National Women's Health Week

April 2019 Newsletter

  • Alcohol Use, Abuse Continues to be High Throughout North Dakota
  • Rural America a Topic of Public Health Week
  • Earth Day 2019

March 2019 Newsletter

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

February 2019 Newsletter

  • ​Car Seats Still Reduce Dangers
  • Teen Dating Violence Very Real in North Dakota
  • Pre-Diabetes Screening Event

January 2019 Newsletter

  • Start 2019 Off Right with Emmons County Public Health
  • Diabetes, Prediabetes Rates Continue to Rise
  • Swap Out One Sugary Food Item From Your Diet Per Day

December 2018 Newsletter

  • Remember Handwashing as Part of Flu Defense
  • Car Survival Kits Paramount During Winter
  • Tobacco Quit Plan

November 2018 Newsletter

  • Start your Healthy Life on the Great American Smoke Out
  • Talk Turkey Temperature This Thanksgiving
  • Diabetes DYK

October 2018 Newsletter

  • Women Can Take Active Role in Breast Cancer Survivability
  • Fire Prevention Week Set for Oct. 7-13
  • Stay Safe this Halloween

September 2018 Newsletter

  • National Preparedness Month Focuses on Planning
  • Ag Still One of Nation's Hazardous Occupations
  • Falls Prevention Awareness Day

August 2018 Newsletter

  • ECPH Receives Car Seats
  • Breastfeeding Remains Healthy Necessity for Moms, Babies
  • Ensure Back to School Includes Immunizations

July 2018 Newsletter

  • Fourth Holiday Still Dangerous Due to Firecrackers, Fireworks
  • Layering Sunscreen Critical for Sun Skin Safety
  • Drowning Still No. 1 Cause of Accidental Death in Children

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

  • Universal Tips and Approaches for Women's Health Week
  • ECPH to Hold Pre-Diabetes Screening
  • Hepatitis Awareness Starts with Getting Tested

April 2018 Newsletter

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

March 2018 Newsletter

  • Kick Butts on March 21
  • American Cancer Society to Host Colorectal Cancer Rally
  • Go Further with Food

February 2018 Newsletter

  • Tips to Love Your Heart Throughout February
  • Spit Out Smokeless Tobacco in February
  • Drinking Water in the Winter

January 2018 Newsletter

  • Tobacco Cessation Program Available in 2018
  • Water is Best Beverage Choice
  • January Focuses on Birth Defects Prevention

December 2017 Newsletter

  • Get Your Daycare Signed Up for Safe Sleep Visits
  • Protect Kids This Flu Season with Flu Shot
  • Help Keep Holiday Stress at Bay
  • Winter Survival Kit List

November 2017 Newsletter

  • American Cancer Society Encourages Quitting for Day
  • Food Safety Tips for Your Holiday Turkey

October 2017 Newsletter

  • Screenings Vital vs. Cancer
  • Flu 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
  • Food Safety Gives you Power of Protection
  • 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 the Time to Focus on Food Safety
  • World Hepatitis Day Set in July

June 2017 Newsletter

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

May 2017 Newsletter

  • Remember Sun Safety
  • Are You Under Pressure?
  • Tips for Safe Bicycling
  • World No Tobacco Day Set for May 31
  • Nurses Week Set for 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

March 2017 Newsletter

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

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