Asthma Awareness Month

Asthma is a disease affecting the lungs. It can cause asthma attacks called episodes which involve wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness and coughing. Asthma affects the lives of over 22 million people and although there is no cure it can be … Continue reading

Mental Health Awareness

May is mental health awareness month. Mental health is just as important as physical health to your overall well being. However it is discussed less, and often misunderstood or inaccurately portrayed. We may be able to change this by focusing … Continue reading

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Out of cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer. Screening, which is recommended for men and women aged 50-75, makes colorectal cancer preventable. Some of the most common screenings for colorectal cancer … Continue reading

National Public Health Week

Each year during the first week of April the American Public Health Association (APHA) celebrates National Public Health Week. This week is a time where the contributions of public health are recognized, and issues that are important to improving the … Continue reading

National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Each family is unique, and has special strengths. Just as unique as the families themselves are the challenges that those families face. However there are a few strengths listed below that all families-no matter how unique they are-can draw on … Continue reading

Underage Drinking: Dangers & Solution

Get the Facts More teens die as a result of alcohol use than all other illegal drugs combined. In Utah many kids now begin drinking in elementary school, and binge drinking is a common activity by the 10th grade Because … Continue reading

National Nutrition Month

Did you know that experts recommend 5-9 servings of fruits and veggies daily?  In fact the MyPlate icon from the USDA recommends that half of your plate be filled with colorful fruits and vegetables at every meal.  Getting all those … Continue reading

Sleep Awareness

Sleep is vital, as humans we can’t go without it. While you sleep spinal fluid is pumped more quickly throughout your brain, your heart rate and blood pressure drop and growth hormones are released to rebuild muscles and joints. These … Continue reading

National Children’s Dental Month

What is something your child could do for two minutes, twice a day that would lead to a healthier life? Brush their teeth. February is National Children’s Dental Month, and if your child doesn’t have great oral hygiene now is … Continue reading

Go Red for Women

Did you know that each year more women than men die from heart disease and stroke? Go Red for Women is a campaign from the American Heart Association to let the world know that heart disease is not just a … Continue reading

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