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Health News

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Subcommittee of the Community Mental Hygiene Services Advisory Board

The next meeting of Suffolk County Department of Health Services’ Alcohol and Substance Abuse Subcommittee of the Community Mental Hygiene Advisory Board is scheduled for Thursday, April 7, 2016.

Suffolk County Announces Narcan Training Classes

County Executive Steve Bellone and Dr. James Tomarken, Commissioner of Health, are encouraging residents to take advantage of scheduled Opioid Overdose Prevention Program-Narcan Training Classes.

Falls Prevention Classes Offer Mature Residents a Greater Chance to Stay Independent for Life

County Executive Steve Bellone and Commissioner of Health Services Dr. James Tomarken invite mature residents to attend the county’s national award-winning program focused on falls prevention.

Health Commissioner Joins Hospital Officials in Effort to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screenings Rates in Suffolk County

“80% by 2018” is a shared goal to have 80 percent of adults aged 50 and older regularly screened for colorectal cancer by 2018. 

Suffolk Health Commissioner Issues Zika Advisory to Students Planning to Travel for Spring Break

As spring break approaches and with the possibility that college students may travel to Zika-virus affected areas, Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. James Tomarken has asked college officials in Suffolk County to notify students, both men and women, that they may be at risk of being infected and infecting others with the Zika virus.
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