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Be Cuul without the JUUL

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Published: November 15, 2018

Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), or e-cigarettes, are battery powered devices used to deliver nicotine and flavored oils in the form of an aerosol. Most e-Cigarettes contain nicotine, which is highly addictive and can harm brain development, which continues until approximately age 25. 


Child Health Week: What is it?

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Published: October 16, 2018

Child Health Day, a national event proclaimed by President Calvin Coolidge in 1928, celebrates its 90th observance this year. Governor Haslam has set aside the week to focus on improving the health and well-being of our children across the state.


HOW CAN YOU BE AN ADVOCATE FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION?

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Published: September 7, 2018


Don’t Just Stand By

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Published: October 19, 2016

  • You hear one student call another by an ugly racial slur
  • You see several students trip and shove a student they think is gay
  • You receive a tweet that describes a female student’s body with sexually shaming language

What should you do?


Don’t LOL About HPV

By KAPPI
Published: October 8, 2015

Having sex can put you at risk for several STDs, including HPV. Yikes! HPV (human papillomavirus) is the most common sexually transmitted virus.

Did you know that currently 79 million men and women have HPV? It is important to know all of the facts about HPV so that you can protect yourself, and your partner, from getting it.


What Respect Means to Me

By KAPPI
Published: September 3, 2015

A teen mom discusses what respect means to her and how she wants her son to view respect.


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Be Cuul without the JUUL

Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), or e-cigarettes, are battery powered devices used to deliver nicotine and flavored oils in the form of an aerosol. Most e-Cigarettes contain nicotine, which is highly addictive and can harm brain development, which continues until approximately age 25. 

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Get Vaccinated

Getting routine shots from your doctor is never fun, but getting HPV is worse.

Protect yourself by getting vaccinated. The HPV Vaccine is cancer prevention. Ask your doctor about what you can do to stay safe, or call 865-215-5000 to schedule a vaccination appointment at the Health Department.