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Today kicks off World Breastfeeding Week! Did you know that WIC has a Breastfeeding Support Program? http://1.azdhs.gov/1IcfE14
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For more than fifty years, the Surgeon General has been reporting about the dangers of smoking and tobacco use. If we work together, we can save millions of lives http://1.azdhs.gov/1JEfa67
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Going camping this weekend? Follow these food safety tips http://1.azdhs.gov/1JBPnvn
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This video by the Ready Campaign and Ad Council shows people with disabilities taking charge to prepare themselves and their families for emergencies, check it out: http://1.azdhs.gov/1JAZIHL
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Noah’s life was saved by umbilical cord blood. Cord blood can be collected, stored, and made available for transplant to children and adults that have certain genetic or life-threatening diseases such as leukemia or lymphoma. Learn more: http://1.azdhs.gov/1I7vGt7
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In Arizona, more than 50 babies are born with gastroschisis each year. Teenage and younger moms are more likely to have a baby with gastroschisis. Learn more: http://1.azdhs.gov/1JyT2Kd 
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Eat seafood - fish and shellfish - as your main protein food at least twice a week. Include seafood high in omega-3s like salmon, trout, and herring. http://1.azdhs.gov/1JyKGlR 
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As a parent do you talk about your own experiences of alcohol with your teen? http://1.azdhs.gov/1JDLFBp
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World Breastfeeding Week and National Breastfeeding Month in the US are almost here! What are your plans to celebrate? http://1.azdhs.gov/1JBnm6Y 
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Protect your baby. Get tested for Group B Strep during your pregnancy. http://1.azdhs.gov/1I83MNz 
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Are you or someone you know having a baby? Find out how to donate umbilical cord blood to help save the life of someone with a genetic or life-threatening disease http://1.azdhs.gov/1I5IL6b
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Smoking has been the number-one cause of preventable death and disease in the U.S. for decades. If we fully implement what we know works a half million premature deaths could be prevented every year http://1.azdhs.gov/1Jz041B 
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The Arizona Department of Health Services promotes and protects the health of Arizona's children and adults. Its mission is to set the standard for personal and community health through direct care, science, public policy, and leadership.