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Latest Issue: 
8-18-16   September is National Preparedness Month: Time to prepare for emergencies
West Nile and Zika virus update in Kane County
Dr. Stone stepping down from Health Advisory Committee after seven years
KCHD receives Promising Practice Award for QI practice       
      Topics
7-21-16   First Big Latch On event set for August 5 & 6
2015 Annual report takes a look back at an eventful year
National Immunization Awareness Month celebrates the importance
  of vaccines for all
What would happen if? Preparing for a possible terrorist attack,
  Health Department participates in full-scale, statewide exercise      
6-23-16   Warm weather means West Nile season
Protect against foodborne illness
Sizzling summer weather brings its own kind of dangers      
5-19-16   CARE4Kane brings partners together
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) progress being made
  on all fronts
A growing movement: Preventing chronic diseases      
4-20-16   Health Department staff walks the walk to take care of itself
NIIW promotes benefits of vaccines
Full-scale exercise will test emergency plans      
3-16-16   Diabetes Alert Day: Take the Test!
World TB Day
National Public Health Week
KaneComm Announces Text to 9-1-1 Service      
2-18-16   Working with our partners to prepare for Zika Virus
Emergency planning calls for coordination
Prestigious journal publishes KCHD article       
1-21-16   Go Red for Women on February 5th
Make quitting smoking your 2016 New Year’s resolution
Strategic initiatives update       
12-17-15   January is National Radon Action Month, and a reminder to test your home for radon
Just in time for the holidays, Health Department offers flu vaccine
Is your car prepared for the inevitable winter weather?      
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