Central Virginia Health District


Extreme Heat and Heat-Related Illnesses


Formula Shortage Guidance

Specialized formulas

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Central Virginia Health District (CVHD)

Central Virginia Health District (CVHD)

Addressing the public health needs of the present while planning for the future of the CVHD

Today is National Hepatitis Testing Day, which falls during Hepatitis Awareness Month!Did you know that Hepatitis B and C are the leading causes of liver cancer in the U.S., according to the CDC? The good news is that there are vaccines to prevent Hepatitis A and B, and a prescribed treatment to cure Hepatitis C!Read more about hepatitis at www.cdc.gov/hepatitis/awareness/HepatitisAwarenessMonth.htm and visit our website to schedule an appointment to get tested for hepatitis!#HepatitisAwarenessMonth #NationalHepatitisTestingDay ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you feeling sick this spring and wondering what you might have? Take a look at these graphics to see some of the common symptoms of seasonal allergies, cold, strep throat, flu and COVID-19! ... See MoreSee Less
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It's National EMS Week and National EMS for Children Day! Thank you to all of the EMS workers in our health district who are dedicated to providing care and helping us in emergencies! #NationalEMSWeek #nationalemsforchildrenday ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosVDH has info on what you can do and what's being done about the current infant formula shortage. Find out more at ow.ly/xElP50J9oJE ... See MoreSee Less
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It's High Blood Pressure Education Month as well as World Hypertension Day!High blood pressure can put you at risk for heart disease, but you can take some easy steps to help maintain a low blood pressure, such as eating healthy, getting regular exercise, managing stress and maintaining a healthy weight. #HighBloodPressureMonth #OurHearts ... See MoreSee Less
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