During National Public Health Week, TCPH is proud to display storyboards created by area HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) students that highlight several public health goals aligned with the "Healthiest Nation 2030" initiative. Come to our main campus building and take a look!
To learn more about Public Health Week, go to the National Public Health Week website.
The occasion highlights specific health issues people all over the world face. This year's theme for World Health Day 2016: Beat Diabetes.
Dates, locations and times of these classes are often posted in our calendar.
For more details, check out the World Health Organization's World Health Day 2016 web page.
This annual observance highlights the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Tarrant County Public Health provides vaccinations on a regular basis for infants as well as school-age children and adults.
Find out more about National Infant Immunization Week by visiting the CDC's NIIW website.
Meningitis continues to be a major health threat. Tarrant County Public Health has prepared a fact sheet with information about meningitis and what you can do to protect yourself.
More information about meningitis can be found on the Meningitis webpage at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
Air quality is an important part of the health of our community. Tarrant County Public Health regularly monitors air quality and provides information people can use in their own efforts to promote improved local air quality.
Visit the EPA's Air Quality Awareness Week website to find out more about what you can do to promote better air quality.
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