Animal bites:In Northern Kentucky, there are approximately 650-700 animal bites each year, including dog, cat, ferret, bat, raccoon, and horse bites. While most of these bites do not result in the spread of illness, rabies can be a concern.
8/22/16 4 to 6 PM
Free HIV testing
8/23/16 8 to 11 AM
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8/23/16 5 to 7 PM
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Get practical tips to manage diabetes at free class
Ready to take charge of your diabetes? The Health Department’s certified and licensed diabetes educators can help you learn how.
A free Diabetes Self Management Education class is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Central Campbell County Fire House, 4113 Alexandria Pike, Alexandria, Ky.
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