Colleagues, peers and patients have until Aug. 1 to nominate an outstanding nurse for the seventh annual Georgia March of Dimes 2016 Nurse of the Year Awards.
Kids can get free immunizations and school screenings at Oakhurst Medical Centers Inc.'s Health Fair & Family Fun Day on July 30.
A DeKalb firefighter who volunteers at the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation’s camp for young burn victims attended the camp as a child recovering from his injuries.
Free rapid HIV testing will be available on July 27 at the Clarkston Library.
Millions of people across the globe are expected to observe World Hepatitis Day on July 28, urging action to eradicate the disease by 2030.
Adults and children can get free screenings at the annual health fair on Aug. 6 presented by the DeKalb NAACP and District 3 Commissioner Larry Johnson.
It's hot out there, and the Georgia Department of Public Health is reminding residents to avoid prolonged exposure to the heat and sun and to limit strenuous outdoor activity to prevent heat-related illness.
Kids 9 to 13 can pick up tips on health and safety on July 20 at the Redan-Trotti Library in Lithonia.
Participants will learn the basics of the ancient art of tai chi on July 23 at the Flat Shoals Library in Decatur.
Nearly 300,000 children in the United States have arthritis, and July is the month devoted to raising awareness for their cause.
Dr. John Suh and Dr. Norman Elliott from Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates have been named “Top Doctors” for the metro area in Atlanta magazine's July issue.
Families and individuals can share in the food and fun at KES Day Inc.'s 13th annual Community Day of Inclusion on July 16 at the Redan Recreation Center.
Kids 5 to 13 years old can learn about fire safety with DeKalb County Fire and Rescue's Cheddar the Fire Dog on July 12 at the Gresham Library.
Learn the basics of self-defense on July 9 at the Flat Shoals Library in Decatur.
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer for men and women in the United States, but it doesn’t have to be.