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Staying Safe During Emergency Alert Tests: A Guide for Those in Vulnerable Situations

In today’s society, technology plays a significant role in our lives, including during emergencies. On October 4th at 1:00pm CST, a national emergency alert test will take place to ensure ... Read more

Back to School Health Checklist

    In an effort to pack in as much fun as possible during summer break, bedtimes are pushed back for a lot of school-age children. It’s essential, however, that ... Read more

Spring – And Allergy Season – Is Here!

Are you suffering from seasonal allergies? Are you WONDERING if you have seasonal allergies or if it could be a virus like the cold, flu, or COVID-19? While it is ... Read more

Feed Your Tomorrow With Good Nutrition Today

The benefits of good nutrition are not only important, but also life-long.   The advantages of good nutrition, starting as a child are important to support brain development and healthy growth ... Read more

Celebrate Black History

“In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute.” —Thurgood Marshall Last year, Black Americans accounted for more than 13% of of the U.S. population, ... Read more

Black History Month: Support Local Black-Owned Businesses

Every February, we celebrate Black History Month and reflect on the accomplishments, legacies, and contributions of Black Americans. Black History Month is a great time to support Black-owned businesses and ... Read more

Women’s Health Month

May is Women’s Health Month. We want to help you get and stay healthy – and that starts with you taking control of your health and wellness! According to the ... Read more

Get a Jump Start on Back to School

We know how hectic summertime can be. There are memories to be made, sports to travel to, and we also have to figure out how to schedule in leisure time ... Read more

Healthy Happy Easter Tips

Easter baskets can make us think of plastic grass – that gets everywhere – and the smell of sugar in the way of jelly beans. If you’re looking for healthier ... Read more

Women’s History Month: Ruby Hirose

Ruby Hirose, a name often left out of history books. Ruby was the first second-generation Japanese American to graduate from high school in Washington. She would go on to receive ... Read more

Women’s History Month: Matilda Joslyn Gage

Matilda Joslyn Gage was many things. According to history sources, she was “a pioneering suffragist, abolitionist, Native American rights advocate, a humanitarian, and a visionary.” Matilda was born in 1826, ... Read more

Women’s History Month: Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama was born 58 years ago in Illinois. She grew up on the south side of Chicago with a blue-collar family background. The forty-fourth first lady of the United ... Read more