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    New Online Check-In App to give clinic clients more flexibility

    The Health Department on Monday, May 13, will launch its LDCHD Online Check-In App to allow clinic clients a variety of ways to check-in for services and give them more control over where they would like to wait. Read on...
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    Growing Concern About Measles

    Measles has garnered significant public attention recently as the CDC has identified nine outbreaks across the country, though Douglas County and Kansas have reported no cases. Read on...
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    Lawrence teen organizes walk to bring awareness to suicide prevention

    Jordan Ott is organizing the “We Got Your Back – Suicide Awareness Walk” from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., March 23, at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence Teen Center, 2910 Haskell Ave. in Lawrence Read on...
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    Health Department urges residents to be aware of bats

    If residents see a bat — dead or alive — inside a home or an apartment, it is important to contact the Health Department for medical guidance. The most common way for people to get rabies is through contact with a bat. Read on...
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