You are here : About Us  >  Snohomish Health District  >  Newsroom  >  Media Release
Health District news

High-risk? Get a jump on the ’flu starting Oct. 14

Health District clinics help you stay healthy

SNOHOMISH COUNTY--- Snohomish Health District will offer flu immunizations at its two clinics beginning Oct. 14. “We ask that ‘high-risk’ people come in for vaccinations early in the fall,” said M. Ward Hinds, MD, MPH, health officer for Snohomish County. “The manufacturer distributes vaccine by allotment from October to December, and we want to use our initial allotment for the people who are most likely at risk of complications,” said Dr. Hinds.

Read More >>
Monday, September 16, 2002/Author: Anonym/Number of views (1554)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Media Releases2002
Tags:

Most local retailers snuff tobacco sales to minors

86% of Snohomish County stores make a healthy choice

SNOHOMISH COUNTY --- The good news is that 86% of retail stores in Snohomish County refuse to sell tobacco products to minors, according to public health officials. So far in 2002, random checks of 64 stores showed that most clerks ask youth for proof of age. Read More >>
Wednesday, September 11, 2002/Author: Anonym/Number of views (756)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Media Releases2002
Tags:

A helping handwash from Snohomish Health District

Portable sinks help you stay healthy at festivals & fairs

SNOHOMISH COUNTY---Huge blue-and-white umbrellas mark 14 handwashing stations at this year’s Evergreen State Fair, thanks to the folks at Snohomish Health District who want you to stay healthy. You will find the double-basin stations where they make the most sense: near the animal petting farm, next to dining areas, and by animal exhibits and food concessions. Read More >>
Tuesday, August 20, 2002/Author: Anonym/Number of views (810)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Media Releases2002
Tags:

Small “ouch,” big benefit: Shot clinics Aug. 19-Sept. 6

No shortage of required childhood vaccines, says Health District

SNOHOMISH COUNTY --- Whether your children are headed to college or grades K-12, immunize them before they go, say local health officials. Snohomish Health District will offer back-to-school immunizations at its clinics in Everett and Lynnwood on a walk-in basis throughout the day from Monday, Aug. 19 through Tuesday, Sept. 3; and afternoons Wednesday, Sept. 4 through Friday, Sept. 6. Read More >>
Friday, August 9, 2002/Author: Anonym/Number of views (1527)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Media Releases2002
Tags:

Pitching better health at AquaSox game, July 28

Clean fun, clean lungs at 9th Annual Tobacco-free Night

SNOHOMISH COUNTY --- Board of Health Chairman Kirke Sievers will hand the game ball to Granite Falls resident Gary Cushman of Granite Falls for throwing the first pitch at the 9th Annual Everett AquaSox Tobacco-free Night, July 28. Cushman, a smoker for 45 years, attended a smoking cessation class in February, 2001, and hasn’t had a cigarette since then. Snohomish Health District and Tobacco-free Snohomish County are sponsoring the evening of baseball, freebies and surprises at Everett Memorial Stadium, 3802 Broadway, Everett. Read More >>
Tuesday, July 16, 2002/Author: Anonym/Number of views (797)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Media Releases2002
Tags:
RSS
12345