Kim Malsam-Rysdon, Secretary of Health
South Dakota Department of Health

Recent News Releases

November 24 - Sioux Falls Man Honored With Disease Intervention Award

November 23 - South Dakota Top Small State In Text4Baby Enrollment

November 10 - Hospitals Sign Dakota Pledge to Reduce Early Elective Deliveries

October 23 - Marshall County Resident First Flu Detection Of Season

October 5 - Safe, Accessible Places To Walk The Goal Of State Effort

September 26 - Health Department Investigates Meningococcal Death

September 22 - Health Department Names New Public Health Laboratory Director

September 15 - Annual Mosquito Control Conference September 22

September 14 - SD Childhood Immunization Rates Up In Latest National Survey

August 24 - Vaccination Provides A Healthy Start for Children

August 18 - Adults Need Vaccines Too

August 10 - A Healthy Start: Pregnancy And Vaccines

August 3 - Send Children Back To School Protected From Serious Diseases

July 28 - Tularemia Reported In Black Hills

July 24 - South Dakota Marks World Breastfeeding Week

July 9 - McLaughlin Puppy Positive For Rabies, Other Rabie Puppies Possible; Exposed Individuals Asked To Contact Health Officials

July 1 - Health Department Awards $500,000 In Community Mosquito Control Grants

June 26 - South Dakota Prepared To Issue Same Sex Marriage Licenses

June 24 - Meade County Mosquito Pool First West Nile Detection Of Season

June 9 - Cleanup Precautions Help Prevent Hantavirus

June 5 - Warm Weather Means Return Of Mosquitoes, West Nile Virus Risk

May 18 - Sexually Transmitted Diseases Increase In South Dakota

May 13 - South Dakota Marks Emergency Medical Services Week, May 17-23

May 1 - WIC Program Announces New Income Guidelines

April 28 - Recruitment Program Opens For Rural Health Facilities

April 21 - State Receives Grant From South Dakota Affiliate Of Susan G. Komen®

April 17 - CDC Honors Parkston Nurse With Childhood Immunization Champion Award

April 9 - National Plan To Combat Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Released; State Health Department, Health Care Partners Already At Work

April 7 - Grant Funds Available For Local Mosquito Control Programs

April 6 - Fewer South Dakota Babies Die In 2014

April 1 - Watch For Ticks On Spring Outings

March 17 - South Dakota Rabies Cases Down In 2014

March 16 - South Dakota's Child, Adolescent Obesity Rate Remains Steady

March 4 - SD Hospitals Quick To Sign Pledge To Reduce Early Elective Deliveries

February 3 - North Dakota, South Dakota First Ladies Join To Reduce Non-Medical Early Deliveries

January 24 - Measles Case Reported in Sioux Falls

January 13 - Health Department Schedules Measles Vaccination Clinic In Mitchell

January 12 - Another Measles Case Reported In Mitchell; Residents Warned Of Exposure

December 30 - South Dakota Reports Measles Case


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