Since 1995, the first week of April has been designated as a time to focus on critical public health issues with the goal of helping people live longer, happier, healthier lives.
The main themes for the National Public Health Week 2012 are:
- Active Living and Healthy Eating
- Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs
- Communicable Diseases
- Reproductive and Sexual Health
- Mental & Emotional Well-Being
It’s so good to see a national public health campaign discuss reproductive and sexual health as critical services in such a no-nonsense manner!
Why is the issue of reproductive and sexual health an important public health issue? Continue reading