The afternoon clinic on November 4 will be held at MO985 in the 300 Area.
Identifying reliable health information on the internet can be very difficult. If researching on your own, start with www.healthfinder.gov, US National Library of Medicine or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In the heart of the agricultural Northwest, our region has much to offer when looking for fresh, healthy, local foods to enrich both your diet and your community. Farmers markets, fresh produce stands, locally raised meats and a bevy of co-operative markets and new food trucks offer many opportunities to sample healthy and delicious foods from our area. Check out this website for more information: http://tri-citiesguide.org/farm-markets.htm#farmers-markets.
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Join hundreds of Tri-Citians for the Good Health is Good Business challenge. Sponsored by the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce, this simple and affordable challenge provides the opportunity to improve health while engaging in a fun, friendly competition. Register a team or individual now!
In every season, it’s important to eat a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables – especially those that are dark green, red, and orange. Packed with nutrients, artichokes, asparagus, peas and salad greens are at their best during the springtime. This handy guide offers information on picking the best spring vegetables and the health benefits of each.