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March 2020 Edition of The Whistler

March is National Nutrition Month® Every March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates National Nutrition Month®. This campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Click here to continue reading the March 2020 edition of The Whistler.

February 2020 Edition of The Whistler

National Children’s Dental Health Month National Children’s Dental Health Month is held each February to raise awareness about the importance of oral health for kids. Many people assume that baby teeth don’t matter as much as adult teeth, however, they are just as important. Baby teeth help children to chew, speak, give the face its […]

January 2020 Edition of The Whistler

WHAT ARE PHYSICALS FOR? Have you ever wondered why your child needs an annual physical? A lot can change in a child’s or teen’s health within a year’s time. By scheduling an annual physical, you are able to monitor the growth, health and development of your child in addition to safeguarding against potential physical problems […]

October Edition of The Whistler

Fall Safety and Maintenance Tips Ultimate 8: Fall Home Maintenance Tips 1 – Check smoke detectors, fire extinguishers & first aid kits. 2 – Clean your chimney & fireplace. 3 – Check windows. 4 – Wrap indoor pipes. 5 – Inspect your roof. 6 – Inspect your heating system. 7 – Stock up on supplies. […]

September Edition of The Whistler

ARE YOU FLU READY? Take time to get a flu vaccine CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses. * While there are many different flu viruses, a flu vaccine protects against the viruses that research suggests will be most common. * Flu vaccination can […]

August Edition of The Whistler

BACK TO SCHOOL ILLNESSES Now that your kids are back in school and we’re back to embracing morning routines (and nightly homework), we must also prepares ourselves for the inevitable: the back-to-school illnesses. Close quarters, sharing of toys and seasonal viruses lend to this phenomena of those back-to-school bugs. Arm your family with some simple […]

July Edition of The Whistler

WHY TALK ABOUT TORNADOES? Tornadoes have been reported in every state, and are more likely to occur during spring and summer. Thought they can happen any time of the day or night, they are most likely to occur between 3:00 and 9:00 p.m. Regardless of the location or time of year, if conditions are right, […]

June Edition of The Whistler

RETHINK YOUR DRINK Take a minute and think about what you drink in a typical day. Unless you are a true water lover, you may be getting some extra, unneeded calories through sweetened soft drinks, soda, iced tea, coffee, juice, and energy and sports drinks. In fact, sugary drinks are the number one source of […]

May Edition of The Whistler

STROKE AWARENESS A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die. A stroke is a medical emergency. Prompt treatment is crucial. Early action can minimize brain damage and potential complications. The good news is […]

April Edition of The Whistler

APRIL IS ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH * Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States * One in every 12 adults suffers from alcohol abuse or dependence. * More than half of all adults have a family history or alcoholism or problem drinking. * More than 7 million children live in a […]