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Take charge of your health! Talk to your healthcare provider about what STD testing is right for you, including syphilis. Find an STD testing location near you: https://go.usa.gov/xXcKd. #STDMonth17 #DisruptSyphilis

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Don’t let the weather today keep you from registering for the 10th Annual Mom & Me Fun. Early bird registration closes Tuesday, May 2nd. The forecast looks bright so guarantee your t-shirt & register today at http://ow.ly/Epty30bgZu0

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It’s National Infant Immunization Week! How can you protect your baby from whooping cough before their even born? Get the whooping cough vaccine when you are pregnant! Talk to your doctor and visit: www.cdc.gov/pertussis/pregnant. #NIIW
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Know what to do BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER an earthquake?” http://ow.ly/1xY630bgo2y

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Do you have essential resources or services that help people after a disaster? If so, you are invited to be part of our Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) on Wednesday, May 10, in Malad City. This MARC will be part of our Wasatch Wobble full-scale exercise that is occurring that week. Please contact Jeni Busick, PHP Trainer, at 208-239-5295, if you are interested in assisting your community in this way.
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Are you a Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) volunteer you interested in learning about and helping set up a disaster medical shelter? If yes, we can use your help in Preston or Montpelier on on May 10 during our Wasatch Wobble full-scale exercise. Please contact Jeni Busick, MRC Coordinator, at 208-239-5295, and you will be put in touch with the contact person for where your assistance can best be utilized.
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Look out for the signs and symptoms of mouth cancer http://ow.ly/i9BH30aZYCJ
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This STD Awareness Month focused on the return of syphilis, but there is good news! We can make a difference by simply getting back to the basics of prevention – by doing what we already know works: https://go.usa.gov/xXcKm. #STDMonth17 #DisruptSyphilis

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SIPH will be hosting a FREE Dinner & conversation about how to talk with your teen about sex on May 16th at Tommy Vaughn’s in Blackfoot at 6 p.m. Space is limited. Call 208.478.6315 to RSVP.
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It’s National Infant Immunization Week. Getting vaccines for your baby is important, but how do you make it less stressful? Check out these practical tips to help both you and your baby: http://ow.ly/GSA930b3Dwr
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