- Alcohol Awareness Month
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness Month
- National Autism Awareness Month
- National Child Abuse Prevention Month
- National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
- National Donate Life Month
- National Facial Protection Month
- National Interprofessional Health Care Month
- National Minority Health Month
- Occupational Therapy Month
- Oral Cancer Awareness Month
- Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
- Sexual Assault Awareness Month of Action
- Sports Eye Safety Awareness Month
- STI Awareness Month
- Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month
- 2 – 8 National Youth Violence Prevention Week
- 3 – 9 National Public Health Week
- 5 Sexual Assault Awareness Day of Action
- 6 National Alcohol Screening Day ®
- 7 World Health Day
- 10 National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day
- 22 – 29 National Infant Immunization Week
- 23 – 29 National Infertility Awareness Week
- 23 – 29 National Sleep Awareness Week ®
- 23 – 29 World Immunization Week
- 24 – 28 Every Kid Healthy™ Week
- 24 World Meningitis Day
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