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Public Health Education Department

The purpose of the Whitetulip Health Foundation (WHF) Public Education Department is to promote physical, mental, emotional, and social wellbeing of communities across the country and abroad by providing education and guidance on common and vital public health issues. We recognize the importance of health education to empower the public, especially when it comes to awareness of healthy living and prevention of common health issues of adulthood such as heart attack, cancer, and stroke, childhood growth and developmental problems, women’s health issues, and mental health and substance misuse. WHF Public Education Department aims to encouragethe involvement of health care professionals in public health education activities in the areas of their medical expertiseand collaboratewith community-based organizations to collectively tackle critical health care education issues to raise awareness and ultimately promote healthier lives.

Red Ribbon Week Kahoot Competition
Whitetulip Health Foundation is proud to join the Red Ribbon Week drug-abuse prevention campaign this year!   Watch our informative videos on the YouTube channel on different topics and share them with your friends! Join us…
Plant The Promise
Plant the Promise is a wonderful way to celebrate Red Ribbon Week. Students plant red flower bulbs during Red Ribbon Week, which bloom in the spring and serve as a reminder of the importance and the beauty of…
Giving Tuesday
Want to join us in supporting a good cause? This #GivingTuesday We are raising money for Whitetulip Health Foundation and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $50 or $2500. Every…
School Adaptation and Success in Children
A live broadcast interview on “School Adaptation and Success in Children” is on the Whitetulip Health Foundation YouTube channel at 12:00 pm (EST) on Saturday, August 15th with the presentation of expert therapists Yeliz…
Parenting Style Matters in Prevention of Substance Abuse
Parenting Style Matters in the Prevention of Substance Abuse
Prevention of Childhood Obesity
Prevention of Childhood Obesity Background: Childhood obesity is a serious public health problem globally. The prevalence of obesity among youth has been increasing steadily. Children who are overweight or obese are likely to stay…
Say “No!” to bullying
Say “No!” to Bullying
Understanding puberty
Understanding Puberty
What parents need to know about Marijuana
What parents need to know about Marijuana
E-cigarettes are not safe
E- cigarettes are not safe
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Red Ribbon Week 2020
Red Ribbon Week We’re excited to announce our Red Ribbon week celebration events for this year! Red Ribbon is a huge campaign that takes place annually October 23-31. It is the largest drug…
Virtual Support for Nursing Home Residents
Virtual Support for Nursing Home Residents Whitetulip Public Health Education and Medical Assistance groups started a new project called 'Virtual Support for Nursing Home Residents” just 2 weeks ago and it is going…
How to select, wear, take off, clean cloth masks?
How to select, wear, take off, clean cloth masks?
Prevent and Treat Obesity in Adult
How to Prevent and Treat Obesity in Adult World Health Organization (WHO) defines overweight and obesity as “Abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health”. Body Mass Index (BMI)- ratio of person’s weight (in…
Stroke Education
Stroke Education
Social Wellness
SOCIAL WELLNESS Social Wellness Month Social Wellness Checklist
Substance Use Disorders and Motivational Interviewing
Substance Use Disorders and Motivational Interviewing​
Substance Misuse Disorders
Substance Misuse Disorders
Effects of Drugs on the Unborn Baby and Newborn
Effects of Drugs on the Unborn Baby and Newborn
Women’s Heart Health
Health Maintenance for Women
Health Maintenance for Women
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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