National Public Health Week

National Public Health Week
During National Public Health Week, which takes place April 3-9, 2017, there are opportunities to host or attend events across the country. There are health screenings, community walks, free dental care and many more ways to engage with the public health discussion.

Learn more about what's happening near you by going to the website.
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