Provider Resources

provider resource image
DOH News Releases
May 2019


Washington Expands Prescription Data Sharing to Better Inform Prescribers, Opioid Crisis Response

Take Steps Now to Plan For Wildfire Smoke, Poor Air Quality
05/01/19  State Officials Urge Action on Youth Mental Health Trends 

CDC News Releases
May 2019


Annual Report to the Nation: Overall Cancer Mortality Rate Continues to Decline
Keep up the good work


After 20 Year Increase, New Diabetes Cases Decline
The new therapies are amazing. Financial barriers to treatment, not so amazing.
CDC Creates Interactive Training for Diagnosis, Management of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Cases are on the rise: a record number of RMSF cases reported last year. Free CMEs and CEs.

For all CDC news releases, click here.

WHO News Releases:
May 2019


WHO Highlights Huge Scale of Tobacco-Related Lung Disease Deaths
Great strides have been made in tobacco prevention, but we are not on track to meet the goals of world’s first global public health treaty- the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control.


5 Billion People Still at Risk from Trans-Fat Exposure
When industrially-produced trans fat is finally cut from the global food supply, it will save millions of lives, and be the first risk factor for a noncommunicable disease ever eliminated.
Too Many Babies are Born Too Small
High-income countries have seen virtually no progress.


WHO adapts Ebola Vaccination Strategy in the DRC to account for insecurity and community feedback
Read more about the Ebola Vaccine strategies and fieldwork here

For all WHO news releases, click here.
Updated 07/26/19

Navigate to: