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The mission of the Rhode Island Department of Health is to prevent disease and protect and promote the health and safety of the people of Rhode Island.
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CDC Emerging Infections 10h
Join the to combat , one of the greatest global health issues of our time. Everyone has a role to play. How will you lead?
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RI Dept. of Health 10h
There's a new app for RIers & we want your feedback! The app is a resource for information related to STDs/HIV, sexual health, family planning, relationships, and dating. Fill out our survey to receive a $5 Lyft credit! Learn more at .
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RI Dept. of Health 10h
This week is Septic Smart Week - get to know your septic system to keep it running properly.
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RI Dept. of Health 12h
NEVER drive around barricades or through floodwaters. Turn around, don't drown!
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RI Dept. of Health 13h
Replying to @RepDanReilly
Great! Have a good day.
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RI Dept. of Health 13h
Replying to @RepDanReilly
Thanks for reporting the problem. We looked into it and it seems there may have been a temporary problem with the line, but it seems to be working now. If you can't get through to 401-222-5960, try 401-222-7940.
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RI Dept. of Health 13h
Today is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day . Learn more about and older adults here:
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RI EOHHS Sep 17
’s Director Boss: Not talking about mental health gives people the right to keep you at an arm’s length.
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RI EOHHS Sep 17
’s Dr. Alexander-Scott talks about connectedness and uplifting each other without judgment.
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RI EOHHS Sep 17
From the board room to the dining room table, we need to be talking about mental health. Each of us has been affected on a personal level. Each of us has our own journey.
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RIIL Sep 17
TIME FOR A TEAM TICK CHECK! Removal of a tick w/in 24-36 hrs of attachment can help prevent disease transmission, says RIDOH.  Be sure to check behind the knees, in the armpits, in the scalp, along the waistline & in areas of the back.   MORE INFO: 
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CDC Sep 17
Improving use of antibiotics, including ensuring access, can help slow . See what other actions leaders are taking at the launch event at 7 pm ET, September 25:
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Brown CME Sep 17
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CDC Environment Sep 17
September is National Month: Each year, 1 in 6 Americans get sick from eating contaminated food. CDC tracks foodborne illnesses and works to provide information to improve food safety.
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CDC Travel Health Sep 17
(1/4) There is currently an outbreak of in the Golan Heights region of . Travelers to the area should avoid contact with infected waterways, including Gilabun (Jilbon), Majrase, Meshushim, Yarden (Jordan) Park, Yehudiya, Zakhi, and Zavitan.
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CDC Flu Sep 17
September is National Preparedness Month. Are you prepared for the upcoming 2018-2019 ?
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PreventOverdoseRI Sep 17
continues this Saturday, September 22 from 11 am.-2 p.m. on Bristol Town Common. Join the voices of for this family-friendly event! For more information, contact HEZTeam@bristolhealthequityzone.org.
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RI Dept. of Health Sep 17
Press Release: RIDOH Accepting Laboratory Applications for Sampling and Testing Medical Marijuana
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RI Dept. of Health Sep 17
Did you enjoy the beautiful late summer weather this weekend? If so, did you check yourself, your children, and your pets for ticks? This video shows you how to do a tick check to prevent disease and other tick-borne diseases.
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ACOS Sep 14
Join AIDS Care Ocean State at the Rally for Recovery at Roger Williams Memorial on North Main Street, Providence on Saturday, September 15! We’ll be conducting free, confidential HIV and Hep C testing with our friends at the van!
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