The Offices of Health Services and Disability Services will present their annual Health and Disabilities Awareness Day on Wednesday, September 21st from 10 am to 2 pm in the Student Life Center’s 2nd floor Conference room. Presenters from across the Greater New Orleans area will be in…
From Boston Public Health Commission.
How a virus changes the world - a two minute lesson on viral pandemics.
The health of my friend should not depend on my lack of money & the greed of corporations.
So May is Mental Health Month, and today is supposed to be a Mental Health Month blog party. The goal is to educate the public about mental health, decrease stigma about mental illness, and discuss strategies for making lasting lifestyle and behavior changes that promote overall health and…
If something gets repeated enough, we tend to believe it’s true, regardless of whether it is or not.
This happens a lot in the health and fitness industry.
It seems like everyday we are bombarded with new studies that tell us what we should and shouldn’t eat, or how to work out. Much of the…
From NYC Department of Health and Mental Health.
Mental health break… this is awesome.
The Ugandan Ministry of Health has launched an initiative to digitize the country’s health management systems. Because mobile technology can be the fastest, cheapest means of collecting and analyzing data, especially in rural areas, the Minstry is embracing mobile technology to create a seamless system of health management and early warning techniques across the country. The Ugandan UNICEF country office has developed projects to work with the Ministry’s goal of digitizing the health systems. mTrac and Community Vulnerability Surveillance are two new projects that use SMS to gather and disseminate data and news, with a focus on health and public services.
Department of Health and Human Services Latino (Photo: Twitter.com/HHSLatino)
Over a year ago, we launched Cuidado de Salud, our Spanish language partner to Healthcare.gov. Thousands of visitors have used this site to shop for health insurance and learn about important health care benefits provided under the health reform law, the Affordable Care Act. But we haven’t stopped there.
Today, in coordination with Hispanic Heritage Month, we are launching our newest Spanish language resource – @HHSLatino, a Twitter account to improve our efforts to reach our Latino community. This Twitter account will highlight ongoing activities happening at the Department of Health and Human Services important for Latino families, in Spanish.