If you haven't already been vaccinated for the flu, now's the time! Vaccine may be limited in some areas. You many need to contact more than one provider (pharmacy, health department, or doctor) to find available vaccine. Visit www. http://flushot.healthmap.org for more information.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we are all getting ready shopping and preparing for our Thursday feast with family and friends. But, have we stopped to think about safety and how to safely prepare our meal? Take a look at this site from the Centers for Disease Control to learn more about how to safely prepare this holiday meal.
Do you know what meningitis is? Learn more about this disease. With early treatments of this disease you can prevent serious problems, even death. Vaccinations are also available for this, for more information on meningitis visit: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/meningitis.html
National Infant Immunization Week and Vaccination Week in the Americas (NIIW/VWA) will be celebrated from April 21-28, 2012, with the primary focus of promoting and improving immunizations throughout the nation. For the ninth consecutive year, the United States-México Border Health Commission (BHC) will partner with the ten border states, the Centers for Disease Control andPrevention (CDC), and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to bring additional focus during NIIW/VWA to the United States-México border region.
Google Scholar provides a way to broadly search for scholarly literature. It searches a variety of resources, including PubMed, electronic journals, and Google Book Search. However, Google Scholar may not include the most current or the most complete records from a database, so it is generally a good idea to search specific databases individually.
AHSL appreciates working with partners whenever possible. Linking consumers, communities, and health professionals to reliable high-quality health information is what we do. Helping Arizonans become effective Internet navigators for health information is important to the health of all of us. We want to work with communities to find solutions to health information challenges. Contact us to explore opportunities for collaboration.
Our partners in a variety of outreach projects inlcude: