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Health Matters manual

The Health Matters manual (Communicable Disease Binder) provides fact sheets and sample letters for schools and childcare providers to utilize. The handouts contain information about the symptoms, spread, and prevention of the disease. The sections are available below to download and read or print. You will need Adobe Reader to view these documents, which can be downloaded if you click here to go to their website.

  1. Rash and Skin-Related Illnesses (last updated: October 2008)
  2. Gastrointestinal and Enteric Illnesses (last updated: October 2008)
  3. Vaccine Preventable Illnesses (last updated: October 2008)
  4. Other Health Topics (last updated: October 2008)
  5. Detailed Fact sheets (See below)
  6. Communicable Disease Reporting

Fact sheets for:

  1. Animal Bites
  2. Arboviral Encephalitis
  3. Bacterial Vaginosis
  4. Chickenpox
  5. Chlamydia
  6. Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
  7. Cytomegalovirus
  8. Diarrhea
  9. Diptheria
  10. E. coli & HUS
  11. Enteroviruses
  12. Fever
  13. Fifth Disease
  14. Genital Candidiasis
  15. Genital Warts & HPV
  16. Giardiasis
  17. Gonorrhea
  18. Haemophilus influenzae type b
  19. Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease
  20. Hand Washing
  21. Hepatitis A
  22. Hepatitis B
  23. Hepatitis C
  24. Herpes Cold Sores
  25. Herpes HSV 2
  26. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) & AIDS
  27. Impetigo
  28. Influenza
  29. Lice:  CDC Information  Fact Sheet
  30. Measles
  31. Bacterial Meningitis
  32. Viral Meningitis
  33. Mononucleosis
  34. MRSA
           MRSA School Outreach Kit
  35. Mumps
  36. Non-gonococcal Urethritis
  37. Norovirus (English) (Spanish)
  38. Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
  39. Pinworms
  40. Polio
  41. Pubic Lice
  42. Rash
  43. Respiratory Syntical Virus
  44. Ringworm
  45. Roseola
  46. Rotavirus
  47. Rubella
  48. Salmonellosis
  49. Scabies
  50. Shigellosis
  51. Shingles
  52. Streptococcal Sore throat
  53. Syphilis
  54. Thrichomoniasis
  55. Tuberculosis