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May Health Observances

•Lyme Disease Awareness Month•National Sight-Saving Month: Ultraviolet Awareness Month•Clean Air Month•National Neurofibromatosis Month•Children’s Tumor Foundation•National Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month•National Trauma Awareness Month•Older Americans Month•National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month•Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month•Better Hearing and Speech Month•Better Sleep Month•National High Blood Pressure Education Month•Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month•Mental Health Month•Tuberous Sclerosis Awareness Month•Healthy Vision Month•National Physical Fitness and Sports Month•National Bike Month•Hepatitis Awareness Month•Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) Awareness Month•Brain Tumor Action Week•National Physical Education and Sport Week•Cover the Uninsured Week•May 1: Melanoma Monday•May 3: National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Day; National Anxiety Disorders Screening Day•May 6-13: National SAFE KIDS Week•May 7-13: National Mental Health Counseling Week•May 8-14: National Stuttering Awareness Week•May 12: Fibromyalgia Awareness Day•May 13: Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Awareness Day•May 14-20: National Running and Fitness Week; National Emergency Medical Services Week; Food Allergy Awareness Week; National Alcohol- and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Week; National Women’s Health Week•May 15-21: Tinnitus Awareness Week•May 15-19: Bike to Work Week•May 15: National Women’s Check-up Day•May 16: Sex Differences in Health Awareness Day•May 17: National Employee Health and Fitness Day•May 18: HIV Vaccine Awareness Day•May 21-27: Schizophrenia Awareness Week•May 22-29: Recreational Water Illness Prevention Week•May 25: National Missing Children’s Day•May 31: World No Tobacco Day


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