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Posted on: March 28, 2019

There is a measles outbreak in southeast Michigan, make sure you are protected !

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Protection is ensured if you had the measles (anyone born before 1957 is considered protected) or have received two doses of the measles vaccines.  The Lenawee County Health Department offers measles vaccinations call 517.264.5226 option...

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Posted on: April 24, 2019

Reproductive Health Services

The Health Department offers reproductive health services for both men and women on a sliding fee scale. For info, call: 517-264-5226 (option 2)

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Posted on: April 22, 2019

Earth Day

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Happy Earth Day! This year’s campaign is to End Plastic Pollution. Visit https://www.earthday.org/earthday/ to take the Earth Day quiz and see your carbon footprint.  You can also get some Earth Day tips to help reduce your carbon footp...

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Posted on: April 19, 2019

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month! For more information on resources available contact the Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence Shelter at 517-264-6776 or visit https://www.nsvrc.org (National Sexual Violence Resource Center)

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Posted on: April 15, 2019

STD Awareness Month

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It’s STD Awareness Month! The theme this year is Treat Me Right. A strong relationship between patients and healthcare providers is an important part of stopping the STD rise in its tracks. To learn more about STD Awareness Month—and h...

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Posted on: April 13, 2019

FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS

If you are a woman aged 40-64 years, you may be eligible for free mammograms, pap smears, and cholesterol tests! Call 517-264-5235 or visit http://www.lenawee.mi.us/242/WISEWOMAN

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Posted on: April 10, 2019

Bat Exposure

Rabies in Michigan

Rabies is transmitted by introducing the virus into open cuts or wounds such as a bite, or by contact with mucous membranes. The 2 types of primary exposure are (1) bat bites, or (2) mucous membrane contamination with the bat's saliva or brain tissue. A p...

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