November is National Diabetes Month Wyoming’s state health officer is encouraging state residents who have diabetes or who at risk of the disease to recognize how important lifestyle changes such as healthy eating and active living can be for good health.
The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is studying “coordinated” or “managed” care approaches that may benefit Wyoming Medicaid.
Wyoming residents ready to stop smoking or using smokeless tobacco can get effective, generous help from the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) and its recently updated Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program.
With changes coming to programs that support Wyoming residents with developmental disabilities and acquired brain injuries, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) has scheduled several meetings to explain details about the changes.
The first step of the new Wyoming Eligibility System (WES), which will improve the application process for Wyoming Medicaid and Kid Care CHIP, has been launched this week by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH).
As a handful of flu reports begin to emerge in the state, Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) officials are urging residents to get an annual flu vaccination.
With a sharp increase in recent pertussis (whooping cough) cases reported to the Wyoming Department of Health, Wyoming’s state health officer is encouraging awareness and vaccination to help protect vulnerable residents from the disease.
The number of West Nile virus (WNV) cases reported to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) this year has grown to 13, including a Park County man who died.
Updated Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) plans for changing developmental disabilities programs, which are funded by Wyoming Medicaid, are now available for review.
Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) officials have detected a significant increase in Campbell County cryptosporidium infections and recommend residents take safety measures when swimming to prevent further spread of the disease.
The broad information collected by the Wyoming Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Services program offers interesting snapshots about Wyoming’s residents for those interested in learning about the state.