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NH DHHS Issues Registration Certificate to Prime ATC Therapeutic Cannabis Dispensary in Merrimack
08/10/2016 - DHHS announces that Prime Alternative Treatment Center (ATC) has received a registration certificate for its therapeutic cannabis dispensary in Merrimack.
NH DHHS Will Coordinate Statewide Drill of Strategic National Stockpile August 5–6 in Locations Across the State
08/04/2016 - The DHHS Emergency Services Unit will conduct an emergency exercise on August 5–6 to simulate a large-scale infectious disease outbreak
NH DHHS Announces Changes to Therapeutic Cannabis Program Eligibility and Provider Certification
08/03/2016 - DHHS has announced two recent changes to the Therapeutic Cannabis Program.
USDA Issues Recall in New Hampshire E. coli Outbreak Investigation
07/27/2016 - The USDA has issued a recall of approximately 8,800 pounds of raw ground beef products produced by PT Farm, LLC, of North Haverhill, NH, between June 6 and June 16, 2016.
NH Department of Health and Human Services Investigating E. coli Outbreak
07/22/2016 - The DHHS Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) is investigating an outbreak of Escherichia coli O157:H7 (E. coli) associated with ground beef.
NH DHHS PFC Blood Testing Program Set to Begin for Residents Impacted by PFC Drinking Water Contamination
07/13/2016 - On Thursday, July 14, residents whose drinking water supply has been contaminated with perfluorochemicals (PFCs) may begin the process to get their blood tested for PFCs.
NH DHHS and NHDES to Hold July 19th Public Meeting to Discuss PFC Blood Testing and Long-Term Water Solutions
07/11/2016 - DHHS and NHDES will host a public meeting on Tuesday, July 19 to present on the process to test people’s blood for exposure to perfluorochemicals (PFCs).

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