With Respiratory Viruses Circulating, All Bay Area Health Officers Recommend Actions to Stay Healthy for the Holidays
As levels of circulating respiratory viruses increase and people spend more time indoors for the holiday season, it’s important to know all the ways to stay healthy this winter.
The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department, the City of San José, and local partner organizations and commissions join others from around the world to commemorate the 35th annual World AIDS Day, with events November 28 to December 1.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Makes Official Determination on Dangers of Leaded Aviation Fuel
After a push for action led by Santa Clara County and a host of environmental organizations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday announced it has officially determined that emissions from aircraft using leaded gasoline pose a public health threat – a major step toward a national ban on the fuel.
Targeted adult-mosquito-control treatment is scheduled for Friday, Oct.13, in a limited area within San José and Milpitas.
With new options for RSV protection, an updated COVID vaccine, and this year’s flu shot now widely available in doctors’ offices and pharmacies, Santa Clara County health officials strongly recommend that everyone get vaccinated this fall to protect themselves and others.
With September nationally recognized as Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) Awareness Month, the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department (BHSD) is sharing the County’s work to confront FASDs and Executive Functioning Disorders more broadly, and pledging to build upon these efforts in coming years.
The 2023 Binational Health Week in Santa Clara County kicks off with a series of free health events, beginning with a health fair on Saturday, October 7, at Eastridge Mall in San José. The health fair will provide free health exams, COVID vaccinations, flu shots, cultural entertainment, and more.
Targeted adult-mosquito-control treatment is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 18, in a limited area within San José.
Targeted adult-mosquito-control treatment is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 11, in a limited area within San José and Milpitas.
Positive West Nile Virus Mosquitoes Found in Portions of San José and unincorporated Santa Clara County
Targeted adult-mosquito-control treatment is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 7, in a limited area within San José and unincorporated Santa Clara County.