Health-related April events – check them out!

March 31, 2009 by  
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calendarOn this last day of March, I give you a list of health-related events for the coming month. April is going to be a busy month with several health observances ahead of us. Check them out. Support and join!

The U.S. National Health Information Center (NHIC) Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion describes health observances as days, weeks, or months devoted to promoting particular health concerns. Health professionals, teachers, community groups, and others can use these special times to sponsor health promotion events and stimulate awareness of health issues.

Cleveland Clinic’s Health Chats for April

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2 Responses to “Health-related April events – check them out!”
  1. Raquel says:

    Thank you for dropping by, Scott, and thanky for the link. Here at Battling for Health, we do our best to step up on awareness of health issues.

  2. Scott says:

    Thanks so much for calling attention to the crucial issue of organ/tissue donation. It’s so important for people to take a moment to register to help save the lives of the more than 100,000 people waiting for a second chance at life. I thought you may be interested in checking out this video pertaining to National Donate Life Month, enjoy.

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