Thanksgiving is a day filled with food, football, and great conversations with family! While you and your loved ones spend time together safely this Thanksgiving, consider talking about your family health history. Bringing conversations about type 2 diabetes to the table is important. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a family
Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the table safely with family and friends, giving thanks and eating lots of delicious food. What you may not realize is that eating healthy during this holiday is possible! Eating healthier is one way you can boost your mood, have more energy, and prevent or delay conditions like
Making Healthy Happen means helping everyone in the community improve physical, mental and spiritual health. We do this by treating illness and injury AND by promoting prevention and overall well-being through education and wellness programs like these: Family Development Center Programs “meet parents where they are” from before birth to age six. Early Head Start
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