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Mission: Protect the health and environment, prevent disease and promote wellness for all who live, work and play in JOCO through exceptional public service.
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CDC Flu 16h
Q: Is it too late for a ? A: No, it’s not too late to get a vaccine. Flu is widespread in most of the country, and CDC recommends vaccination as long as flu viruses are circulating.
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JCDHE 15h
Bitter cold temps and a winter storm are headed our way this weekend. Stay safe and follow these tips from :
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CDC STD 17h
If you choose to have , ensure your don't have tears or defects. You can find other condom dos and don'ts from this page:
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JCDHE 19h
Kansas, check out which category you are in. Then stop by our Olathe or Mission walk-in clinics for a shot:
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CDC Flu Jan 16
: It takes an average of 2 days (1 to 4 days) for symptoms to appear after a person is infected with a flu virus. Stay alert for these signs:
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JCDHE Jan 16
As the Federal Government continues, we want to remind our clients that we're still open and all WIC food benefits are valid. Wondering if you qualify for WIC? Make an appointment today to find out:
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JCDHE Jan 16
As the Federal Government continues, we want to remind our clients that we're still open and all WIC food benefits are valid. Wondering if you qualify for WIC? Make an appointment today to find out:
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CDC Flu Jan 16
HCPs: CDC reports U.S. activity is elevated nationally. Remember to treat flu symptoms in those very ill or at high risk with antivirals as early as possible.
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CDC Jan 15
Your baby’s immune system may be strong and can fight thousands of germs every day, but they can’t fight off all of them on their own. That’s where come in. Join Jack and his parents as we explore .
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JCDHE Jan 15
Good advice! Visit us in Olathe or Mission if you need a flu shot. We're open until 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays:
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CDC STD Jan 13
Nearly 2.3 MILLION cases of , & diagnosed in US in 2017. More Info:
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JCDHE Jan 11
Our staff gets fired up about shots, , disease prevention, and child safety, but today it’s all about the . Don’t worry, you can still visit us in Olathe or Mission for the other stuff too.
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CDC STD Jan 11
Deciding as a couple to use a is part of protecting your own health AND theirs:
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HHS.gov Jan 10
Wet. Lather. Scrub. Rinse. Dry. Five simple steps to wash your hands the right way, and keep germs at bay. 👏
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JCDHE Jan 10
The offers tips for talking to teens about the dangers of e-cigarettes and the importance of living tobacco-free:
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Johnson County, Kan. Jan 9
Lose a few pounds! Feel great! Get healthy! 😄 Diabetes prevention classes are starting soon! A lifestyle coach ➕ group support ➕ weekly meetings = a healthy future! 🎉
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Jan 9
While most cancers can’t be prevented, cancers caused by HPV can be. Learn more about the HPV vaccine and how it can protect your child.
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CDC Flu Jan 8
Q: Is it too late for a ? A: No, it’s not too late to get a vaccine. Flu activity is increasing nationally, and CDC recommends vaccination as long as flu viruses are circulating.
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CDC Flu Jan 8
can be much more dangerous than the common cold for some people, including young children. is the best protection against flu and its potentially severe complications. Get yourself and your child vaccinated today to help !
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JCDHE Jan 4
Durante el cierre del gobierno federal, las oficinas de del condado de Johnson permanecerán abiertas. Los clientes de WIC todavía pueden usar sus beneficios. Haga una cita hoy para los beneficios:
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