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Another Social Media Accolade

By |May 23rd, 2013|

A few weeks ago we were named the #1 social-media-friendly state health department in the U.S due to our robust social media presence and content including blogs, live streaming events, online forums, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, G+, Flickr and other social media environments.  This week we were highlighted in the latest National Public Health Information Coalition Newsletter.  […]

We’re #1 in Social Media

By |April 24th, 2013|

It’s unusual to go through a day without reading, referencing, or interacting on social media. For many, it’s become the preferred source for news, visiting with friends and family both close and far away, and accessing services. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, G+, Flickr—the list is endless—offer online connectivity that was only imagined not long ago.  […]

STAND

By |September 19th, 2012|

Our chronic disease prevention team and the county health departments, community partners, and Pima Prevention Partnership, officially launched STAND last week.  It’s a coalition of local youth groups that have banded together in a common cause against tobacco use.  It’s the culmination of a three-year effort to engage more youth in the actual planning and […]

CDC Kicks Off New Smoking Intervention Campaign Today

By |March 19th, 2012|

The CDC is kicking off a new national smoking cessation campaign today called “Tips from Former Smokers”.  The new tobacco education campaign will begin airing today and will run nationally for 12 weeks.  Ads include television, radio, billboard, magazine, newspaper, theater, and online placements. In addition, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other channels will help spread […]

Social Media and Emergencies

By |August 8th, 2011|

Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube… all these social media outlets are changing the way people communicate… with their friends, co workers, and even about breaking news.  In the power outage in the Valley last month, SRP provided speedy updates for their customers about when the power would be back on and where they could pick up ice […]

Limit the Sun, Not the Fun

By |May 27th, 2011|

Today is Don’t Fry Day – a day established by the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention to remind people of the importance of sunscreen.  In Arizona, we need more than a day – it is more of a season and now that school’s just about out (or is), kids have more time on their […]

Seat Belts

By |August 11th, 2010|

 

Check this out.  Here’s a 3 minute You Tube Video clip that St. Mary’s Key Club did on seat belt & texting safety.  St. Mary’s High School has participated in ADHS’ Battle of the Belt program for 3 years now. This will be played  during morning announcements, etc. in High Schools around the state.