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Health Information Advisories
Oxford County Public Health is issuing an annual reminder to residents about levels of fluoride and sodium in some of the County’s drinking water systems.
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Survey of 500 Oxford County residents about their health will help shape future Public Health programs
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A new Health Action Team is being assembled across Oxford County for youth and young adults between the ages 14 to 24.
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Oxford County Public Health is your local public health unit, offering programs that promote healthy lifestyles and that aim to prevent illness and disease in our community.

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Local youth are being encourage to #PutDownThePhone
The Oxford County Injury Prevention Team is asking local youth to #PutDownThePhone and focus on the road. From December 5 to 8 the OCIPT will be at local high schools to share information about distracted driving. News release.

Public Health seeking info about dog biting 
Public Health is looking for information about a dog biting incident at Burgess Park in Woodstock on Nov 29 in order to prevent rabies treatment for the victim.

Red Scarf Project returns to Oxford
Staff from Oxford County Public Health will be tying red scarves to trees and light posts in Embro and Thamesford this year in marking World HIV/AIDS day on December 1. Confidential HIV testing is available at Oxford County Public Health. More information.

What the Health? pushes for plain and standardized tobacco packaging
The What the Health? youth team are making a case for plain and standardized packaging across the tobacco industry with their #MakeItPlain contest. News release.

Health Information Advisories - drinking water
Oxford County Public Health is issuing an annual reminder about levels of fluoride and sodium in some of the County's drinking water systems. The presence of fluoride and sodium may present health considerations for some residents. Learn more.


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