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2015 News Releases
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December
OSDH Provides Tips to Avoid Injury and Illness During a Power Outage
Some Counties Closed, OSDH Central Office and Others Open at 10 a.m. Monday Due to Weather 
OSDH Provides Tips for Winter Driving Safety
OSDH Outlines Healthy Initiatives for the New Year
Oklahoma Climbs in America’s Health Rankings
Assuring Safety in a Power Outage

November
OSDH Encourages Preparedness for Winter Weather
Don’t Let Merriment Turn to Misery This Holiday Season: Keep Foodborne Illness Off The Menu
Strong Families Make Strong Communities
OSDH Warns to Protect Health and Property During Upcoming Wildfire Season
Oklahoma Health Equity Campaign Meeting to Discuss Health Impact Assessment
Application Period for Certified Healthy Oklahoma Programs Extended
Oklahoma Rated “C” on March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card
Smoking Rates in Oklahoma Decline to an All-Time Low

October
Oklahoma Chosen for Program to Improve Health Habits in Children
Deadline Approaching to Apply for Certified Healthy Oklahoma Programs
OSDH Announces First Confirmed Cases of Flu in Oklahoma for the 2015-2016 Season
County Health Departments to Offer Flu Clinics
Application Period Closes Nov. 1 for Certified Healthy Oklahoma Programs

September
Thirty-Five Oklahoma Water Systems Achieve Excellence in Community Water Fluoridation
New Locations Added for OHEC Meeting for Health Literacy Month
Take a Stand to Prevent Falls with Older Adults
OHEC Meeting  Will Discuss New Partners for Health Literacy Month
Knitters Needed to Support ‘Click for Babies’ Project
Oklahoma Receives CDC Funding to Combat Prescription Drug Overdose
September is National Preparedness Month

August
Pack a Safe School Lunch and Reduce the Risk of Illness
Rally to Fight Prescription Drug Abuse at the Capitol Aug. 31
Local Champions for Community Health to be Recognized at Conference
Case of Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM) Reported
It’s Time to Get Vaccines Before Going Back to School
Application Period Open for Certified Healthy Oklahoma Programs
Oklahoma Turning Point Conference and Policy Day Set for Sept. 2-3

July
Everyone Can Help Support a Mother Breastfeeding at Work
Be Prepared for Oklahoma’s New Child Passenger Safety Law
Consumers Advised to Safely Prepare Raw, Frozen and Stuffed Chicken Products due to Salmonella Outbreak
OSDH Assists With Chronic Disease Management Through Living Longer, Living Stronger Partnership

June
Avoid Inviting Foodborne Illness to Independence Day Celebrations
OSDH Supports National Lightning Safety Awareness Week
OSDH Promotes Summer Heat Safety Tips
OSDH Warns About High Temperatures for Children’s Safety
OSDH Offers Tips for Evacuation from Flooded Areas
OSDH Supports National Lightning Safety Awareness Week
OHEC to Discuss the Impacts of Housing and Legal Partnerships
West Nile Virus Confirmed in Oklahoma

May
OSDH and ODMHSAS Help First Responders Prevent Overdose Deaths
OSDH Urges International Travelers to be Aware of Health Risks During Summer
OSDH Requests Comments for Women, Infants and Children Program Federal Fiscal Year 2016
OSDH Encourages Safe Swimming to Prevent Spreading Diseases
OSDH Provides Tips to Avoid Injury from Flooded Areas
Governor Fallin Signs Bill to Ban Tobacco From School Campuses
OSDH Encourages Teens to Think About Preventing Pregnancy by Taking National Quiz
Oklahoma Women Encourage to Make Their Health a Priority
Public Health Nurses Week Celebrates Quality Care and Ethics

April
Free Children's Car Seat Check This Saturday
Safe Driving is Encouraged During Prom and Graduation Season
2015 Child Abuse Prevention Award Winners Announced
OSDH Supported by Volunteers During Tornado Recovery Efforts

March
Governor Fallin, Secretary Cline Announce Health Improvement Plan
Early Screening for Colorectal Cancer Can Save Lives
Child Abuse Prevention Mini Conference Set for April
OSDH Joins Governor Fallin in Job Fair
Involvement Can Make Meaningful Connections for Child Abuse Prevention
OSDH Confirms Measles Case
OSDH Adds Additional Contacts to Measles Exposure
Special Meeting to Discuss Disability Rights in Fair Housing

February
Data Supports Need for Veterans Suicide Prevention
Oklahoma Expands Newborn Screening
OSDH Encourages Measles Vaccinations
Nominations Sought For Excellence in Child Abuse Prevention

January
Health Department Partnerships Improve Oklahoma’s Breastfeeding Rates
National Birth Defects Prevention Month Seeks to Raise Awareness

 

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