6 Things You Don’t Know (But Should) about STIs

This blog comes to us courtesy of its author, McKenna Princing, and was originally published on Right as Rain by UW Medicine. QUICK READ | Demystifying sexually transmitted infections -STIS are on the rise in the United States.-Many STIs don’t cause symptoms.-STIs can infect someone’s throat, not just their genitals.-Some STIs, especially gonorrhea, are becoming […]

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Financial Policy is Health Policy

Blog re-posted from Communities Count – a resource that supports King County communities in the use of data to promote and achieve equity. How does household debt affect health? Debt is a growing feature of daily life and it shapes our access to vital basic needs, like housing, education and transportation. Household, or consumer, debt […]

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Public Health Valentines

It’s that time of year again… our annual public health valentines! These love letters go out to ALL our public health staff, partners and colleagues in the field. Share them with the ones you love. Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

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Planning for a Novel Coronavirus Outbreak: What You Can Do to Prepare at Home, at Work and in the Community

The outbreak of novel coronavirus continues to grow in China and cases have been reported from multiple other countries. Widespread transmission is still limited to China and has not been reported from other countries at this time. Fourteen cases have been reported in the US, and there is no community spread occurring anywhere in the […]

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