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EMS 101 at Idaho Capitol set for Jan. 22

An upcoming Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 101 event will provide a venue where lawmakers, repo

Pacific Northwest kids encouraged to enter radon poster contest

Kids across the Northwest are encouraged to use their creativity to raise awareness about the dangers of radon gas by participating in the 2024 Northwest Radon Poster Contest.

Statewide naloxone distribution program relaunched

The Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) is announcing today that the statewide naloxone distribution program has been relaunche

Idaho Behavioral Health Plan Implementation Update

The new Idaho Behavioral Health Plan (IBHP), which consolidates behavioral health services for Idahoans under a single plan, is scheduled to go-live on July 1, 2024.

New HIV initiative encourages testing, promotes prevention and awareness

A new Idaho-based initiative seeks to empower Idahoans to reduce HIV stigma and promote HIV testing, prevention, and treatment.

Called Let’s Stop HIV Together – Idaho, the initiative is in line with a similar initiative launched by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Lead-contaminated cinnamon applesauce impacts Idaho children and families

State and local public health officials have identified two children in Idaho whose blood lead levels were elevated after eating

Grant program seeks to retain doctors in rural Idaho

The Department of Health and Welfare has selected 16 rural healthcare providers who will receive grants to help pay down their student loan debts while they continue to serve the rural Idaho communities where they’re needed.

Board of Health and Welfare to meet November 14

The Idaho Board of Health and Welfare will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 8 a.m. MT Tuesday, Nov. 14, via Webex and in Boise. 

State Comm to host news conference featuring unique partnership that helps facilitate eye and tissue donations

Tissue donors save and change lives, but it only works if donors are matched with people in need. Since 2013, the team at the Idaho State EMS Communications Center has been helping make that connection.

Mpox returns to Idaho: health authorities stress importance of vaccination

Idaho Division of Public Health and Central District Health are announcing the first two reported people diagnosed with mpox in Idaho since last year. Investigation is ongoing, but both persons reported traveling outside the state, which may be related to these diagnoses.