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International Stuttering Awareness Day
Oct
22
12:00 AM00:00

International Stuttering Awareness Day

Social: #stuttering

Twitter: @stutteringfdn

Facebook: @stutteringhelp

Website: www.stutteringhelp.org

October 22 is International Stuttering Awareness Day. This is a great opportunity to focus public attention on a complex disorder that touches 70 million people around the world and more than 3 million in the U.S. alone.

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World Psoriasis Day
Oct
29
12:00 AM00:00

World Psoriasis Day

Social: #Psoriasis #NPFadvocacy

Twitter: @NPF

Facebook: @National.Psoriasis.Foundation

Website: https://www.psoriasis.org/world-psoriasis-day/

Even though psoriasis can seem like an isolating disease, it’s comforting to know there are more than 125 million other people around the world who have it too. And you know what they say, there is strength in numbers.

World Psoriasis Day (Tuesday, Oct. 29) is the day we unite as a global community to:

  • Fight prejudice, stigmatization and discrimination;

  • Raise awareness, understanding and hope; and

  • Gain access to proper diagnosis, treatment and an improved quality of life.

Take the World Psoriasis Day Pledge and make your voice heard!

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World AIDS Day
Dec
1
12:00 AM00:00

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Campaign 
New City Cloisters 
196 Old Street
London EC1V 9FR 
(020) 7814-6767 
info@nat.org.uk 
www.worldaidsday.org/ 
Materials available 
Contact: None designated

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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National Check Your Meds Day
Oct
21
12:00 AM00:00

National Check Your Meds Day

Social: #CommunityPharmacy

Twitter: @CommPharmacy

Facebook: @commpharmacy

Website: https://www.ncpanet.org/innovation-center/adherence-simplify-my-meds/check-your-meds-day

As an independent community pharmacist, you are your community's most accessible health care provider. You deliver medications and expertise daily to improve the lives of millions of Americans.

This inaugural event was designed to encourage consumers to bring their prescription medications and supplements to their local pharmacies for brown bag medication reviews. Although the nationally branded event has passed, you can still show your value by hosting Check Your Meds events in your local community.

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World Pediatric Bone and Joint Day
Oct
19
12:00 AM00:00

World Pediatric Bone and Joint Day

Social: #BoneHealth #JointHealth

Twitter: @USBJI

Facebook: @USBJI1

Website: https://www.usbji.org/programs/pediatric-specialty-group

Kids and teens suffering from obesity are at much higher risk of developing bone and joint problems.

Health care providers, parents and patients should look for the following problems, as finding them early allows for better treatment and may prevent lifelong problems that can interfere with comfort and the ability to lead an active life:

  • Pain in the Back or Hips

  • Bowed Legs

  • Knock Knees

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World Food Day
Oct
16
12:00 AM00:00

World Food Day

Social: #WorldFoodDay #ZeroHunger

Twitter: @FAO

Facebook: @UNFAO

Website: http://www.fao.org/world-food-day/2019

Collective action across 150 countries is what makes World Food Day one of the most celebrated days of the UN calendar. Hundreds of events and outreach activities bring together governments, businesses, NGOs, the media, and general public. They promote worldwide awareness and action for those who suffer from hunger and for the need to ensure healthy diets for all. Make #WorldFoodDay your day – share your individual action for #ZeroHunger or join the call by developing a group event or activity.

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National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day
Oct
15
12:00 AM00:00

National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day

Social: #NLAAD

Twitter: @HIVgov

Facebook: @HIVgov

Website: http://nlaad.org/

The 2019 year's theme is “Living with HIV or not... we're fighting this together”. It focuses on the tools available to address HIV in our communities and the elimination of HIV-related stigma.

The Latino Commission on AIDS (LCOA) , the Hispanic Federation  and other organizations organize this day to build capacity for non-profit organizations and health departments to reach Latinx/Hispanic communities, promote HIV testing, and provide HIV prevention information and access to care.

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Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day
Oct
13
12:00 AM00:00

Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day

Social: #MetastaticBC #KissThis4MBC

Twitter: @MBCNbuzz

Facebook: @MetastaticBreastCancerNetwork

Website: http://mbcn.org/october-13-national-metastatic-breast-cancer-awareness-day/

What is Metastatic Breast Cancer? (pronounced as Met-a-STA-tic) MBC also known as Stage IV is cancer that has spread outside of the breast to other organs such as bones, liver, lung or brain. This process is called metastasis. (pronounced as Me-TAS-ta-sis)

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National Depression Screening Day
Oct
11
12:00 AM00:00

National Depression Screening Day

Social: #NDSD

Twitter: @HYSHO

Facebook: @HelpYourselfHelpOthers

Website: https://www.mentalhealthscreening.org/programs/initiatives

Held annually during Mental Illness Awareness Week in October, National Depression Screening Day (NDSD) is comprised of awareness events that include an optional screening component.

National Depression Screening Day began as an effort to reach individuals across the nation with important mental health education and connect them with support services. Screening for Mental Health (SMH) pioneered National Depression Screening Day as the first, voluntary, mental health screening initiative in 1990.

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Walk to School Day
Oct
2
12:00 AM00:00

Walk to School Day

Social: #WalktoSchoolDay

Twitter: @walkbikeschool

Facebook: @walkbiketoschoolday

Website: http://www.walkbiketoschool.org/

Step right up for National Walk to School Day – October 2, 2019! Registration is now open. Join the movement that inspires the entire community to come together and promote health and safer routes for students to walk and bike to school. While October 2 is our official focus day in 2019, communities are welcome to celebrate any day in October that best fits their schedules.

Across the U.S. communities celebrated Walk to School Day in 2018. Parents, school and local officials, and public health and transportation representatives joined together to make it the largest Walk to School Day event in its 22-year history.

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World Heart Day
Sep
29
12:00 AM00:00

World Heart Day

Social: #WorldHeartDay #HeartHealth

Twitter: @worldheartfed

Facebook: @worldheartfederation

Website: https://www.world-heart-federation.org/world-heart-day/

This year on World Heart Day, as part of our mission to ensure heart health equity for all, we want to create a global community of Heart Heroes … people from all walks of life who are acting now to live longer, better, heart-healthy lives by making a promise:

  • A promise to our families to cook and eat more healthily

  • A promise to our children to exercise more and help them to be more active, to say no to smoking and help our loved ones to stop

  • A promise as a healthcare professional to help patients give up smoking and lower their cholesterol

  • A promise as a policymaker to support policies that promote healthy hearts

  • A promise as an employee to invest in heart-healthy workplaces

A simple promise … for MY HEART, for YOUR HEART, for ALL OUR HEARTS.

Cardiovascular disease is the world’s number one killer today. But it doesn’t need to be this way. By making just a few small changes to our lives, we can reduce our risk of heart disease and stroke, as well as improving our quality of life and setting a good example for the next generation. It’s about saying to yourself, the people you care about and individuals all around the world: “What can I do right now to look after my heart … and your heart?”

Because we believe every heartbeat matters.

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World Rabies Day
Sep
28
12:00 AM00:00

World Rabies Day

Social: #WorldRabiesDay

Twitter: @RabiesAlliance

Facebook: @GlobalAllianceforRabiesControl

Website: https://rabiesalliance.org/

What is World Rabies Day?

When is World Rabies Day? World Rabies Day is held annually on September 28. It is the anniversary of the death of Louis Pasteur, who developed the first rabies vaccine and laid the foundations of rabies prevention. What is World Rabies Day? World Rabies Day is held on September 28 every year with hundreds of thousands of people organizing or participating in events to celebrate rabies prevention efforts and unite against rabies. Whether you’re a veterinarian, a medical professional, a teacher, or even someone who just cares about your community, it is a chance to organize or take part in an event that raises awareness about rabies and its prevention.

It is the first and only global advocacy, education, and awareness campaign for rabies. It has the support of all international health organizations and major stakeholders including the WHO, OIE, FAO and CDC.

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Sport Purple for Platelets Day
Sep
27
12:00 AM00:00

Sport Purple for Platelets Day

Social: #BEATITP

Twitter: @PDSA_ITP

Facebook: @plateletdisorder

Website: https://www.pdsa.org/

The Platelet Disorder Support Association was patient-founded in 1998 to educate and empower those with immune thrombocytopenia and other platelet disorders. Today, PDSA is a powerful force serving and unifying the global ITP community of patients, practitioners, caregivers, advocates and key disease stakeholders.

When you have ITP, you can often feel very alone. Fortunately, the PDSA community is here to offer the guidance and support you need. As the premier resource for you or your loved one, we provide invaluable ways to connect with others to empower you for a healthy tomorrow.

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National Women's Health & Fitness Day
Sep
25
12:00 AM00:00

National Women's Health & Fitness Day

Social: #NWHFD

Twitter: @fitnessday

Facebook: @fitnessdays

Website: http://www.fitnessday.com/

What is National Women's Health & Fitness Day?

Women’s Health & Fitness Day is the nation’s largest annual health promotion event for women of all ages. This year’s event is set for Wednesday, September 25, 2019, and in future years, is always held on the last Wednesday in September. This unique national program — with participation by local organizations throughout the U.S. — focuses attention on the importance of regular physical activity and health awareness for women. The event is similar in concept to its “sister” event — National Senior Health & Fitness Day — the nation’s largest older adult health promotion program held every May. Women’s Health & Fitness Day will also be part of a new National Women’s Health & Fitness Week, to be held annually the last week in September.

On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, more than 500 groups across the country will host women’s health and fitness events at senior centers, hospitals, health clubs, park and recreation districts, local health and service organizations, schools, retirement communities, houses of worship, and other community locations. An estimated 50,000 to 75,000 women of all ages are expected to participate in these local activities.

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Falls Prevention Awareness Day
Sep
23
12:00 AM00:00

Falls Prevention Awareness Day

Social: #FPAD2019

Twitter: @NCOAging

Facebook: @NCOAging

Website: www.ncoa.org/fpad

The annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day (FPAD) raises awareness about how to prevent fall-related injuries among older adults. National, state, and local partners collaborate to educate others about the impact of falls, share fall prevention strategies, and advocate for the expansion of evidence-based community fall prevention programs. National and state efforts are published in NCOA’s annual FPAD Impact Report. If you would like to learn more about fall prevention efforts in your state, please contact your State Falls Prevention Coalition lead. Use the resources on this webpage to engage in FPAD!

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National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
Sep
18
12:00 AM00:00

National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day

Social: #NHAAAD #HIV

Twitter: @AIDSinfo

Facebook: @AIDSinfo

Website: https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/understanding-hiv-aids/hiv-aids-awareness-days/165/national-hiv-aids-and-aging-awareness-day

September 18 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day—a day to call attention to the growing number of people living long and full lives with HIV and to aging-related challenges of HIV prevention, testing, treatment, and care.

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National School Backpack Awareness Day
Sep
18
12:00 AM00:00

National School Backpack Awareness Day

Social: #BackpackSafety

Twitter: @AOTAInc

Facebook: @AmericanOccupationalTherapyAssociationAOTA

Website: https://www.aota.org/conference-events/backpack-safety-awareness-day.aspx

Join AOTA and occupational therapy practitioners, educators, and students across the country as we help others Live Life To Its Fullest by avoiding the pain and injury that can come from heavy backpacks and bags. Students, parents, educators, school administrators, and community members will learn safety tips to stay protected from back pain throughout life. You have the chance to help by organizing local events and educating people of all ages about proper bag usage. Teach others how to properly choose, pack, lift, and carry various types of bags—including backpacks, purses, briefcases, and suitcases. 

We typically celebrate AOTA’s National School Backpack Awareness Day annually on the third Wednesday of each September. This year's event will officially take place on Wednesday, September 18, 2019.

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Get Ready Day
Sep
17
12:00 AM00:00

Get Ready Day

Social: #GetReadyDay

Twitter: @GetReady

Facebook: @AmericanPublicHealthAssociation

Website: http://www.getreadyforflu.org/getreadyday.htm

Help your community, campus or workplace become prepared for emergencies or disasters by holding a Get Ready Day event!

Held each year on the third Tuesday in September, APHA's Get Ready Day is timed to coincide with National Preparedness Month.

In 2019, Get Ready Day will be held Tuesday, Sept. 17.

Get ideas for your Get Ready Day activities

Make plans now for your Get Ready Day event. Get fun ideas and planning tools with our free Get Ready Event Guide

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National Celiac Disease Awareness Day
Sep
13
12:00 AM00:00

National Celiac Disease Awareness Day

Social: #CeliacDisease #GlutenFree

Twitter: @NationalCeliac

Facebook: @nationalceliac

Website: https://nationalceliac.org/

What Is Celiac Disease?

Celiac disease (CD) is an autoimmune disease that mainly affects the gastrointestinal tract. Individuals who have CD are permanently intolerant to gluten, a group of proteins found in wheat, barley, and rye.

Gluten is toxic to those with CD. In a person with undiagnosed or untreated CD, the finger-like ridges that line the walls of the small intestine known as villi become flattened and unable to absorb nutrients properly. CD may also affect other organ systems.

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World Suicide Prevention Day
Sep
10
12:00 AM00:00

World Suicide Prevention Day

Social: #WSPD

Twitter: @IASPinfo

Facebook: @IASPinfo

Website: https://www.iasp.info/wspd2019/

Suicide prevention remains a universal challenge. Every year, suicide is among the top 20 leading causes of death globally for people of all ages.  It is responsible for over 800,000 deaths, which equates to one suicide every 40 seconds.

Every life lost represents someone’s partner, child, parent, friend or colleague. For each suicide approximately 135 people suffer intense grief or are otherwise affected.  This amounts to 108 million people per year who are profoundly impacted by suicidal behaviour. Suicidal behaviour includes suicide, and also encompases suicidal ideation and suicide attempts. For every suicide, 25 people make a suicide attempt and many more have serious thoughts of suicide.

Suicide is the result of a convergence of genetic, psychological, social and cultural and other risk factors, sometimes combined with experiences of trauma and loss. People who take their own lives represent a heterogeneous group, with unique, complex and multifaceted causal influences preceding their final act. Such heterogeneity presents challenges for suicide prevention experts.  These challenges can be overcome by adopting a multilevel and cohesive approach to suicide prevention.

Preventing suicide is often possible and you are a key player in its prevention!  You can make a difference –  as a member of society, as a child, as a parent, as a friend, as a colleague or as a neighbour. There are many things that you can do daily, and also on World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), to prevent suicidal behaviour. You can raise awareness about the issue, educate yourself and others about the causes of suicide and warning signs for suicide, show compassion and care for those who are in distress in your community, question the stigma associated with suicide, suicidal behaviour and mental health problems and share your own experiences.

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World Hepatitis Day
Jul
28
12:00 AM00:00

World Hepatitis Day

Social: #WorldHepatitisDay#FindtheMissingMillions

Twitter: @Hep_Alliance@NO_Hep

Facebook: @WorldHepatitisDay

YouTube: World Hepatitis Alliance

Website: http://www.worldhepatitisday.org/

Worldwide, 300 million people are living with viral hepatitis unaware. Without finding the undiagnosed and linking them to care, millions will continue to suffer, and lives will be lost. On World Hepatitis Day, 28 July, we call on people from across the world to take action, raise awareness and join in the quest to find the “missing millions”.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED:

Viral hepatitis is one of the biggest global health threats of our time, but together we can eliminate viral hepatitis!

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National HIV Testing Day
Jun
27
12:00 AM00:00

National HIV Testing Day

Social: #HIVTestingDay

Twitter: @HIVGov

Facebook: @HIVgov

Website: www.hiv.gov/events/awareness-days/hiv-testing-day

National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) was first observed on June 27, 1995. NHTD is a day to encourage people to get tested for HIV, know their status, and get linked to care and treatment.

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World Sickle Cell Day
Jun
19
12:00 AM00:00

World Sickle Cell Day

Social: #ConquerSCD #SickleCell #WorldSickleCellDay

Twitter: @ConquerSCD @sicklecell101 @SickleCellUK

YouTube: What is Sickle Cell Anemia?

Website: http://www.scdcoalition.org/global

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited, lifelong blood disorder that causes individuals to produce abnormal hemoglobin, causing their red blood cells to become rigid and sickle-shaped. These sickled cells have a shortened lifespan, resulting in a constant shortage of red blood cells. When these sickled cells travel through the blood, they often get stuck in the smaller blood vessels, blocking other oxygen-rich red blood cells from freely flowing throughout the body. This leads to complications ranging in severity, including severe pain, acute chest syndrome (a condition that lowers the level of oxygen in the blood), stroke, organ damage, and even premature death.

Globally, it is estimated that 300,000 infants are born annually with sickle cell disease. The majority of these births occur in low-resource countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa where the World Health Organization estimates 70 percent of the world’s population of children with SCD live. The majority of children suffer from chronic pain and numerous infections; ultimately, many die before their fifth birthday.

In the United States, nearly 100,000 individuals have SCD. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that SCD affects 1 out of every 365 black or African-American births, and 1 out of every 16,300 Hispanic-American births.

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Family Health & Fitness Day USA ®
Jun
8
12:00 AM00:00

Family Health & Fitness Day USA ®

Social: #NRPAFamilyFitDay

Twitter: @NRPA_news

Facebook: @NationalRecreationandParkAssociation

Website: www.nrpa.org/familyfitness 

Family Health & Fitness Day will be held on June 8, 2019. Celebrated the second Saturday in June each year, this special day promotes the importance of parks and recreation in keeping communities healthy. Agencies everywhere are encouraged to participate by inviting families to get active at their local park or recreation center, or by hosting an event, such as a health fair or family fun run. Members of the healthcare community are encouraged to participate, as well, even as sponsors.

Join our webinar on Thursday, March 28th at 2 p.m. ET. Learn about the many ways your agency can participate in Family Health & Fitness Day.

Share your Family Health & Fitness Day ideas, events and photos with us online using the hashtag #NRPAFamilyFitDay.    

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National Cancer Survivors Day ®
Jun
2
12:00 AM00:00

National Cancer Survivors Day ®

Social: #NCSD2019 #NationalCancerSurvivorsDay #CelebrateLife

Twitter: @SurvivorsDay

Facebook: @CancerSurvivorsDay

Website: www.ncsd.org 

National Cancer Survivors Day® is a CELEBRATION for those who have survived, an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an OUTREACH to the community.

National Cancer Survivors Day® is an annual, treasured Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities nationwide, and around the world, on the first Sunday in June. It is a CELEBRATION for those who have survived, an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an OUTREACH to the community. On National Cancer Survivors Day®, thousands gather across the globe to honor cancer survivors and to show the world that life after a cancer diagnosis can be fruitful, rewarding, and even inspiring.

It is a day for everyone, whether you're a cancer survivor, a family member, friend, or medical professional. This day provides an opportunity for all people living with a history of cancer – including America’s more than 15.5 million cancer survivors – to connect with each other, celebrate milestones, and recognize those who have supported them along the way. It is also a day to draw attention to the ongoing challenges of cancer survivorship in order to promote more resources, research, and survivor-friendly legislation to improve cancer survivors’ quality of life.

Anyone can host an NCSD event. Get started with our 7 simple steps to organizing a National Cancer Survivors Day® event in your community.

When is National Cancer Survivors Day®?  National Cancer Survivors Day® is observed each year on the first Sunday in June.

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World No Tobacco Day
May
31
12:00 AM00:00

World No Tobacco Day

Social: #WNTD

Twitter: @WHO

Facebook: @WHO

Website: https://www.who.int/news-room/events/detail/2019/05/31/default-calendar/world-no-tobacco-day

Tobacco and lung health

Every year, on 31 May, the World Health Organization (WHO) and global partners celebrate World No Tobacco Day (WNTD). The annual campaign is an opportunity to raise awareness on the harmful and deadly effects of tobacco use and second-hand smoke exposure, and to discourage the use of tobacco in any form.

The focus of World No Tobacco Day 2019 is on "tobacco and lung health." The campaign will increase awareness on:

  • the negative impact that tobacco has on people’s lung health, from cancer to chronic respiratory disease,

  • the fundamental role lungs play for the health and well-being of all people.

The campaign also serves as a call to action, advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption and engaging stakeholders across multiple sectors in the fight for tobacco control.

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National Senior Health & Fitness Day ®
May
29
12:00 AM00:00

National Senior Health & Fitness Day ®

Mature Market Resource Center 
328 W. Lincoln Ave
Libertyville, IL 60048 
(800) 828-8225 
info@fitnessday.com 
www.fitnessday.com 
Materials available 
Contact: Gary W. Ford

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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Heat Safety Awareness Day
May
25
12:00 AM00:00

Heat Safety Awareness Day

National Weather Service Safety 
1325 East-West Hwy, 18th floor
Communications Office
Silver Spring, MD 20910 
(301) 427-9356 
nws.answers@noaa.gov 
www.weather.gov/om/heat/index.shtml 
Materials available 
Contact: None designated

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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May
24
12:00 AM00:00

Don't Fry Day

National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention 
1629 K Street, N.W., Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006 
301-801-4422 
dontfryday@skincancerprevention.org 
www.skincancerprevention.org/programs/dont-fry-day 
Materials available 
Contact: None designated

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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May
20
12:00 AM00:00

World Autoimmune/Autoinflammatory Arthritis Day

International Foundation for Autoimmune Arthritis 
525 Clara Avenue, Suite 101
St. Louis, MO 63112 
(877) 609-4226 
Info@AiArthritis.org 
www.aiarthritis.org/awareness-days 
Materials available 
Contact: None designated

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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May
19
12:00 AM00:00

National Asian and Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

The Banyan Tree Project 
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center 
730 Polk Street, 4th Floor 
San Francisco, CA 94109 
(415) 292-3420 x352
(415) 292-3404 Fax 
info@banyantreeproject.org 
www.banyantreeproject.org 
Materials available 
Contact: Sapna Mysoor

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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HIV Vaccine Awareness Day
May
18
12:00 AM00:00

HIV Vaccine Awareness Day

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 
Rm 443 H
200 Independence Avenue
S.W. Washington, D.C. 20201 
(800) HIV-0440 (800) 448-0440 
ContactUs@aidsinfo.nih.gov 
www.aids.gov/news-and-events/awareness-days/hiv-vaccine-awareness-day/ 
Contact: Kathy Stover

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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May
11
12:00 AM00:00

Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Awareness Day

CdLS Foundation 
302 West Main Street, #100
Avon, CT 06001 
(800) 753-2357 
(860) 676-8166 
(860) 676-8337 Fax 
outreach@CdLSusa.org 
www.cdlsusa.org 
Materials available 
Contact: Gabrielle Nadeau

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Source: 2019 National Health Observances, National Health Information Center, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC.

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