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  • Keep your family safe from burns
    4/18/2018 

    Jolie, a college student living off campus, was cooking breakfast for herself in a loose-fitting robe when the flame from the gas stove caught her sleeve. The fabric burned quic...


  • 4/18/2018 

    ESCANABA, Mich. — Public Health of Delta and Menominee Counties hopes to educate the public on tobacco use and its correlation to mental and behavioral health issues. ...


  • 4/11/2018 

    We all look forward to spring. It’s a time to get back outdoors, with warmer temperatures and longer days. But for some, getting outdoors means a runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing and sneezing.

    Yes, for many people spring is also the time when seasonal allergies kick in as trees and grasses come back to life. Spring is typically tree pollen season, with an estimated 30 to 60 million hay fever sufferers in the U.S. Mold is also a factor. While mold is considered a year-round all...


  • 4/11/2018 

    MADISON — The beginning of spring is often welcomed by thoughts of warmer weather, blooming flowers, and an escape from the Wisconsin winter cold. However, for the millions of Americans who suffer from seasonal eye allergies, the early signs of springtime can be sneezing, coughing, and experiencing itchy, watery eyes. The good news for those suffering with the discomfort associated with seasonal eye allergies is that a simple visit to your eye doctor can help soothe symptoms.


  • 4/11/2018 MADISON — The beginning of spring is often welcomed by thoughts of warmer weather, blooming flowers, and an escape from the Wisconsin winter cold. However, for the millions of Americans who suffer from seasonal eye allergies, the early signs of springtime can be sneezing, coughing, and experiencing itchy, watery eyes. The good news for those suffering with the discomfort associated with seasonal eye allergies is that a simple visit to your eye doctor can help soothe symptoms.

  • Spring is a season of allergies for many
    4/11/2018 We all look forward to spring. It’s a time to get back outdoors, with warmer temperatures and longer days. But for some, getting outdoors means a runny nose, itchy eyes, coughing and sneezing.

  • Awaken imagination at Healthy Kids Day®
    3/28/2018 On April 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the YMCA, in partnership with The Great Start Collaborative, is holding a free community event to inspire more kids to keep their minds and bodies active at the annual YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day®, the Y’s national initiative to improve health and well-being for kids and families. Healthy Kids Day is an opportunity to ignite children’s imaginations so that they can imagine what they’ll accomplish this summer.

  • Is technology harming your posture?
    3/21/2018 If computers and smart phones had been the first tools of our ancient ancestors, it’s amusing to imagine how evolution might have shaped our bodies. Would we now be born with hunched shoulders, a neck protruding forward and small, pointy fingers to better press the keys?

  • 3/14/2018 It’s time to start talking about colon cancer.

  • YMCA promotes four core values daily
    2/28/2018 With a country that is experiencing mass killings frequently we all wonder what is going on? Why do people feel the need to hurt as many people as they can usually in a setting that has caused them some kind of disturbance in their life? Why are so many people unhealthy? What has caused our well-being to be lost?

  • An EKG on your smartphone?
    2/21/2018 With your activity tracker, you can monitor your daily steps, calories consumed, heart rate and even your sleep patterns.

  • Show your heart some love  this Valentine’s Day
    2/14/2018 Did you know that February is American Heart Month? It’s a month dedicated to the fight against heart disease. A healthy lifestyle is the best defense against cardiovascular disease, and now is the perfect time to start taking care of yourself, and committing to a healthy lifestyle.

  • Concerned about your heart health? Top ten questions to ask your provider
    2/7/2018 Question No. 1: What can I do to improve my heart health?
    Many lifestyle factors contribute to poor heart health (poor diet, smoking, sedentary lifestyle), so be honest with your provider when looking for guidance on lifestyle improvements.

  • Looking to our future: Our  2018 (and beyond) Roadmap
    1/24/2018 During 2017, the Y was guided by YMCA of the USA (YUSA) through a strategic plan which is called Strengthening Our Communities (SOC). Being experts in the field YUSA has hundreds of examples and thousands of experiences to guide local Ys through the planning process with help from their communities. With their help (YUSA) the Greater Marinette-Menominee YMCA feels confident that the plan is right for our Y, community, and those we serve.

  • Does cholesterol still count?
    1/17/2018 Heart experts have worked for decades trying to help Americans understand the dangers of heart disease. And the plumbing analogy has served them well.


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