North Dakota has been measles-free since 2011, but recent measles outbreaks in Ohio and Minnesota are a good reminder that this dangerous disease is just a quick drive or plane ride away. Measles is one of the most contagious illnesses. Since it is airborne, a single person can infect as many as 18 others. Before vaccines to prevent measles became available, nearly everyone caught the disease during childhood. These days, measles prevention is simple: get two doses of the measles vaccine. North Dakota measles vaccination...
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The North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services, celebrates a silver anniversary for the chickenpox vaccine program.0:00
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Bri Monahan from the North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services, provides information about diabetes.0:00
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The North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services is recognizing Public Health Thank You day on November 22, 2022.0:00
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Below is the transcription to the above audio: This is KNOWTIFY. Take a minute for your health. Hi. I’m Mary Weltz. November is National Family Caregiver month, which is a time to honor the more than 68,000 North Dakotans who are caring for their aging or disabled loved ones. We’re fortunate that we have several […]0:00