The doorbell rings and you leave your toddler playing quietly on the kitchen floor while you answer it. No need to worry, you will only be gone for a minute and the baby will be fine, right. Wrong. Even though you were only gone for a minute, it’s enough time for disaster to strike. When you come … [Read more...]
Health Resources for Single Moms
Single mothers find here tips on how to find health insurance, information on different types of health insurance, featured topics of common health issues, and advice on how to avoid getting sick.
An active lifestyle can help every woman. If you think you’re too busy with work, family, and all the other demands in your life, listen up! You don’t have to be as fit as a professional athlete to benefit from physical activity. In fact, 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the week can greatly improve your health.
What do you mean by the environment? The environment is everything around us wherever we are-at home, at work, or outdoors. It includes, among other things, the air we breathe, the water we drink and use, and the food we eat. How does the environment affect women's health? Chemicals found in … [Read more...]
An active lifestyle can help every woman. If you think you're too busy with work, family, and all the other demands in your life, listen up! You don't have to be as fit as a professional athlete to benefit from physical activity. In fact, 30 minutes of moderate physical activity on most days of the … [Read more...]
Fractures can be very painful and in the case of a child, this pain can be rather difficult to manage. Those of us who have been unlucky enough to have our kids suffer a fracture know for a fact that it needs a fair amount of attention both before and after the doctor has had a look at it. Some … [Read more...]
Your skin is your largest and most visible organ. It´s exposed to the elements daily, oftentimes without protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays. With Independence Day weekend already upon us, you´re probably planning to be outside more than usual. In recognition of UV Safety Month, we want to … [Read more...]
The Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities has developed resource centers to increase capacity to support and include people with developmental disabilities. These resource centers are committed to enhancing quality of life by identifying, maximizing, and supplementing the existing … [Read more...]
The Department of Health and Hospital's Office of Behavioral Health has regional offices throughout the state which offer various prevention services to lower the substance abuse rate among its citizens. Prevention services includes programs to teach parenting skills, after-school tutorial … [Read more...]
What is the Elderly and Disabled Adult Waiver Program? The Elderly and Disabled Adult (EDA) Waiver Program provides certain services in the home or community to elderly or disabled adults who qualify. If I qualify, what services may I receive from this program? Support Coordination (formerly … [Read more...]