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ChiPublicHealth 5h
Celebrating all month long. 🏳️‍🌈
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Jun 21
Replying to @NIJC
4/ Chicago will always be a welcoming city and a champion for the rights of our immigrant and refugee communities, and I encourage any resident in need of legal aid to contact the National Immigrant Justice Center (). More info here:
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HHS.gov Jun 20
Hand, foot, and mouth disease is common among children younger than 5 years old, but it can also occur in older children and adults. Learn what symptoms to look out for, and how to lower your risk:
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 21
Happy , Chicago! Enjoy and stay active ☀️
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 21
Children are at the greatest risk to be exposed to lead, that's why they should be tested for lead exposure at the ages of 12 and 24 months, then at 3, 4, 5, and 6 years of age.
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 20
CDPH's biking team "Give it A Shot" is staying fit and getting fresh air by participating in the challenge. So far we have biked a total of 150 miles as a team in just 4 days! GO TEAM.
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 20
We are proud to announce that we have successfully achieved national reaccreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board, thereby extending our accreditation status for another five years! Learn more here:
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Dept Family & Support Jun 19
Join us as the City of Chicago re-launches with a new guide for our city's youth, Your Chi: A guide to a healthy, safe and fun summer! To find out about hundreds of activities, resources & services geared toward our youth, visit:
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Jun 19
WATCH LIVE: Mayor Lightfoot will join Chicago Public Schools Leadership and community leaders to launch Summer for Change, a new community-based summer program for city youth.
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ChicagoPublicSchools Jun 19
We just announced with a new summer program, Summer for Change. Teens will receive mentoring, be offered group-based therapy, attend educational and cultural field trips. There’s also a summer resource guide with a complete list of options.
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 18
Getting kids to eat healthy can be a challenge. parents reported that time for sit down meals was top challenge to healthy eating for their children, according to new report released by & :
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Lurie Children's Healthy Communities Jun 18
One of our favorite days!! Check out this just-released report about kids, healthy eating, & the challenges parents face. Then check out resources to learn more!
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 18
CDPH has released a RFP for: Population health survey to collect reliable, timely and representative data on root causes, health behaviors and health outcomes from adults living in Chicago. Please learn more and apply here:
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Chris Wheat Jun 17
S/O to for tackling the maternal mortality gap head on
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CLOCC Jun 17
Today is National but did you know 68% of Chicago parents report at least one challenge to for their kids? A new report from & digs into the barriers, including challenges faced specifically by Latinx families.
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Lurie Children's Jun 14
In a new report released by and Latinx parents reported experiencing challenges to healthy eating for their kids more frequently than Non-Latinx parents:
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West Side United Jun 10
The Walk-in Immunization Clinics provide vaccinations for children 0 - 18 years of age at no out-of-pocket cost for uninsured, underinsured, Medicaid insured, and those enrolled in Children’s Health Insurance Program.
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ChiPublicHealth Jun 7
Today, CDPH staff met with the , Jerome Adams, to discuss measles, tobacco prevention, opioids and our plans for Healthy Chicago 2025.
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EverThrive Illinois Jun 6
Dr. Fricchione from - “The fact that no one sitting in this room has measles isn’t seen as a victory, but it is.”
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EverThrive Illinois Jun 6
Next up: How are we stopping in Chicago from ’s Dr. Markell’s Fricchione
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