Utah Department of Health and Human Services is now one agency.
The needs of our communities continue to change as more and more people choose to make Utah their home. Bringing our agencies together helps us better serve Utahns— with a more effective, seamless system of services and programs— so everyone in Utah has the opportunity to live safe and healthy lives.
Infant Formula Recall
Learn more about the recall on Similac, Alimentum and Elecare powder formulas.
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UTAH DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH NEWS
CDC authorizes COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 6 months and older(Salt Lake City, UT) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued recommendations for vaccinating children 5 years of age and younger against COVID-19. ... Read More
Two Utah Children Identified as part of Worldwide Pediatric Hepatitis InvestigationSalt Lake City—The Utah Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has identified two Utah children younger than age 10 who were treated for hepatitis with ... Read More
Mental Health Concerns Increase while Substance Use Declines for Utah AdolescentsNew report shows impact of pandemic on students’ daily lives Salt Lake City—Students’ daily lives and learning were profoundly impacted during the pandemic, according to a ... Read More
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About the Utah Department of Health
We strongly believe that health is critical for enjoying a prosperous life. Our vision is for Utah to be a place where all people can enjoy the best health possible, where all can live, grow, and prosper in healthy and safe communities.
It was the pioneering spirit of two remarkable individuals which would shape the future of public health in Utah for generations to come.