Young and old can find help to make better food and beverage choices as National Nutrition Month shines a spotlight on eating a healthy diet and being physically active.
Mothers, moms-to-be and families with questions about breast-feeding can get answers at ROSE Atlanta’s free drop-in support clinic, Baby Cafe, on the Greenforest Community Baptist Church campus.
Residents struggling with symptoms of chronic illness can attend the Living Well: Chronic Disease Self-Management Program beginning March 22 at the Scott Candler Library in Decatur.
Georgians can learn about their risks and prepare for the possibility of flooding this spring as the state observes Flood Safety Preparedness Week through March 18.
Sex trafficking survivors and at-risk women will benefit from a $25,000 UPS Foundation grant to the Atlanta-based nonprofit Wellspring Living Inc.
HIV infections in Georgia have dropped 6 percent each year from 2008 to 2014, a recent CDC analysis shows. Georgia is among eight states whose infection rate dropped significantly during the six-year period. The Georgia Department of Public Health attributes ...
Residents 55 and older can participate in a Seniors First! discussion on senior health issues on March 14 at the Redan-Trotti Library in Lithonia.
Millennials, seniors, churches, HOAs, organizations, businesses, schools and others can take steps toward good health at “America Walks DeKalb Walks” events throughout March.
Residents concerned about the potential effect of the repeal of the Affordable Care Act can attend a town hall meeting on March 18 at Fire Station No. 25 in Stone Mountain.
DeKalb Board of Health employee Kassie Bennett has received the Servant’s Heart Award from Georgia first lady Sandra Deal for her work as an advocate and mentor for young mothers and moms-to-be.
Tweens, teens and their parents can attend DeKalb Medical’s Puberty Rocks! sessions on March 9 in Decatur and Lithonia.
Residents who are struggling to lose weight or seeking to maintain a healthy weight can attend free classes at Kaiser Permanente Georgia’s Panola Medical Center in Lithonia.
Members of the Kappa Alpha Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. have delivered 50 hat, glove and scarf sets to the Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence in Decatur for use by its clients.
DeKalb residents are urged to “share what you don’t wear” with disadvantaged families by donating items to the DeKalb Board of Health’s ongoing clothing drive.
One in four U.S. adults who say their hearing is good or excellent actually has hearing damage, and much of the damage is from loud sounds encountered during everyday activities at home and in the community.