Young men who frequently use cannabis (marijuana) have an increased risk of developing schizophrenia, according to a study led by researchers at the Mental Health Services in the Capital Region of Denmark and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) at the National Institutes of Health.
4 tips to boost your family’s nutrition and fitness this spring
With warmer weather just around the corner, it’s the perfect time for you and your family to spring into action and hone in on overall nutrition and wellness.
DC United’s Audi Field adds a sensory room
Audi Field, home of Major League Soccer Club, D.C. United, has partnered with KultureCity to make the venue and all of the programs and events that the stadium hosts to be sensory-inclusive.
Tips to boost your children’s self-esteem this school year
Consider these three tips to boost your children’s self-esteem
Overdose Awareness Day: DC health leaders increase naloxone distribution, promote recovery services
Opioid-related overdose deaths in the District have risen steadily in recent years and the pandemic…
Spring clean your medicine cabinet: Drug Take Back Day is this Saturday, April 30
medications at one of the more than 17 collection sites (see below) in the District including one in every Ward.
Gym or no gym? Fitness expert Tom Holland on finding your ideal exercise routine
Bowflex VeloCore Bike (NAPSI) - They say old habits die hard, but for a lot…
DC residents can now self-report positive COVID-19 test result via DC CAN
DC Health announced a new feature to the city's official COVID-19 exposure notification system DC…
DC launches a city wide vaccination entry requirement
Beginning Saturday, Jan.15, all individuals will be required to show they have received at least…
DC Health confirms COVID-19 cases involving the Omicron variant in the district
DC Health has confirmed four unrelated cases of the Omicron variant (B.1.1.529) of COVID-19 in…