Post Content

Lani blog

 

 

 

WalkRideDayFlyer

While we are working closely with Mass in Motion communities to make the healthy choice the easy choice and encouraging individuals to eat better and move more, we’re also issuing a challenge to our own staff.  Beginning April 26th, DPH will join the 2013  Walk/Ride Day Corporate Challenge issued by the Green Streets Initiative.

The Walk/Ride Day Corporate Challenge is a competition between Massachusetts workplaces to see who can get the most staff to commute to work without using their car on the last Friday of each month between April and October. It’s good for the environment, and for our health.  Last year, DPH placed 2nd in the competition, but this time, we plan to take first place!

Think you can do better than us?  Join the challenge!  Visit www.gogreenstreets.org to register today.

Written By:

Recent Posts

Highlights of the July 10th Public Health Council Meeting posted on Jul 10

The July monthly meeting of the Public Health Council featured a series of informational updates from DPH subject matter experts: Overview of Health Care Associated Infections in Acute Care Hospitals, 2018 Overview of Massachusetts Health Care Personnel Influenza Vaccination in Health Care Facilities, 2018 Overview   …Continue Reading Highlights of the July 10th Public Health Council Meeting

Now at Bat, In the Fight Against Addiction posted on Jul 1

Now at Bat, In the Fight Against Addiction

“Hi, I’m Jackie Bradley, Jr. of the Boston Red Sox, and this is my wife Erin,” begins the Gold Glove All-Star center-fielder. “The stigma of drug addiction can keep people from seeking the treatment they need,” continues Erin. “That’s why WE SUPPORT a state without   …Continue Reading Now at Bat, In the Fight Against Addiction

Highlights of the June 12th Public Health Council Meeting posted on Jun 12

The June monthly meeting of the Public Health Council featured a vote on one Determination of Need (DoN) request and a pair of informational presentations from DPH leadership. First, the Council took up a DoN request from Natick Surgery Center LLC for a substantial change in   …Continue Reading Highlights of the June 12th Public Health Council Meeting