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Latest Issue: 
  11-19-15   All about the new Kane Health Counts website will provides a detailed look at the health of Kane County’s residents      
10-21-15   It’s flu season: Protect yourself, protect your family, get your shot
When you change you clocks on November 1st, make sure you check
   your emergency stocks
Protecting children from the danger of lead poisoning
From Ebola to saving a life: Bilingual annual report
   provides a glimpse of a year in public health     
9-16-15   Nurse-Family Partnership/Kane Kares Walking Group helps bring moms together
Keeping an eye on West Nile activity
KCHD Newsletter Health Matters wins national award     
8-19-15   Preparedness Month: Keeping your family safer
Partners discuss Ebola response in after-action conference
KCHD’s own millionaires?
Plan4Health grant funds healthy eating demonstration booth      
7-22-15   Vaccines protect us throughout our lifetime
Summertime eats: Ensuring the festival food we eat is safe
Improving internal communications
Kane County Breastfeeding Coalition promotes informed choices     
6-17-15   The danger of radon: One survivor’s story in her own words
Some like it hot, but not too hot.
Hot weather could mean a hot West Nile season     
5-20-15   Health Department partners honored with the first-ever Sparkler Award
   at Leaders’ Summit
May is National Mental Health Month
World No Tobacco Day: May 31   
4-22-15   Workshop to showcase development practices that promote health
We need your input! Survey seeks citizen involvement preparing
    Community Health Improvement Plan
Boosting the quality of life
Workshop to address hazard vulnerabilities  
3-18-15   Health Department awarded grant to lead chronic disease
  prevention programs
Health Department earns two more Model Practice awards
American Diabetes Alert Day: March 24
2-19-15   Rising number of measles cases highlight the importance of vaccine
Have a heart:  American Heart Month draws attention to heart health
Using social media to promote healthy living 
1-21-15   January is National Radon Action Month
Home Visitation Collaborative helps parents and their children
Community Health Assessment/Community Health Improvement Plan 
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