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  • 6/13/2018 

    ESCANABA, Mich. — Father’s Day is a day to celebrate dads and the important role they play in the lives of their families and children. It’s also a g...


  • Love the sun, but be protected
    6/13/2018 

    Everyone who goes outside is exposed to the sun. It is important to know there are benefits and risks of sun exposure.

    Small amounts of the sun’s rays are good for ...


  • Keep your family safe this summer
    6/6/2018 

    Summer is finally here! While enjoying outdoor activities, it’s important to know which first aid steps to take if a summer injury should occur.

    Insect stings


  • Swimming great for every fitness level
    5/23/2018 

    You don’t have to be an Olympian to enjoy the benefits of swimming. It is an effective way to improve and maintain your fitness and health regardless of your age or fitnes...


  • Summer: Have fun but stay safe
    5/16/2018 

    Novelist Henry James summed up what most of us feel: “Summer afternoon — summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English l...


  • National Mental Health Awareness Month
    5/9/2018 

    It’s estimated that nearly 44 million American adults experience mental illness in a given year. Nearly 10 million of them experience a serious mental illness that substan...


  • Top 10 questions concerning stroke awareness
    5/2/2018 

    1. What is Stroke Awareness Month?

    May is National Stroke Awareness month. It’s an annual event to make people aware of the life-saving steps they can take to help ...


  • Just because fun begins, doesn't mean learning stops
    4/25/2018 

    It may seem far away because of Mother Nature’s cruel idea of spring this year, but before you know it summer will be here. It’s a time of year that sparks excitemen...


  • 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.


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