September is National Sepsis Awareness Month. Several organizations are educating the public and healthcare professionals on how to prevent the condition.
The incidence of mumps is on the rise, and health officials have warned the public of a potential nationwide outbreak. From January 1 to February 25 2017, 37 states and the District of Columbia in the U.S. reported mumps infections in 1,077 people to CDC. The highest numbers appeared in the states of Arkansas, Missouri,
During American Heart Month, help improve cardiac health by teaching healthy lifestyle behaviors. A nurse's "Stay Connected" program did just that.
Public health department offers clinician training to provide medical clearance for students with sports-related head injuries, including concussion.