Health Department Headline News
“Adelante Con Orgullo Mujer Inmigrante” (Immigrant Women Advancing with Pride) Women’s Health Conference is a free conference specifically for the Spanish-speaking immigrant farmworker and service industry worker.
Working Together for Food Safety - "Code Breakers: Demystifying the California Retail Food Code" This is a free event for Monterey County Food Facilities.
Asilomar Beach has been posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken 7/28/2014. The beach will remain posted until samples indicate that indicator bacteria are at a safe level for recreational water contact according to state guidelines.
The Stand Down's purpose is to ensure that homeless veterans in the area have an opportunity to receive help and assistance for them, their family and pets. The event is scheduled from noon to noon August 1st through 3rd.
The California Department of Public Health has lifted the April 4 & 28, 2014 health advisories warning consumers not to eat recreationally harvested bivalve shellfish or the internal organs of commercially or recreationally caught anchovy, sardines, or crab taken from Monterey & Santa Cruz Counties.
There are more theories about teething & "treating" a baby's sore gums than there are teeth in a child's mouth. One thing doctors and other health care professionals agree on is that teething is a normal part of childhood that can be treated without prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) medication.