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#HealthyMondayRefresh 7.27.2020

Effective time management helps us get more out of each day. All you need to do is a bit of planning. This week we’re focusing on improving efficiency through habit stacking and time-saving techniques. Use habit stacking to add new healthy behaviors to your daily schedule by “stacking them” on top of your existing routine. Coffee brewing? Jog in place. Waiting for the shower to heat up? Practice some deep breathing exercises. You’ll be amazed at how much you can accomplish by tacking on little activities and workouts throughout the day. And if you’re worried about what to cook for dinner, we’ve got a collection of plant-based meals that you can make in 30 minutes or less. This Monday, take

#HealthyMondayRefresh 7.20.2020

Self-reflection helps keeps us grounded and in control. When we have a better understanding of our emotions and their origins, we are more equipped to handle and process them effectively. This week we’re focusing on self-awareness, reflection, and renewal. Learn how verbalizing and writing down unpleasant feelings reduces their impact; become more aware of your range of physical ability with a quick strength self-assessment; and increase your knowledge of plant-based eating with our list of the most popular plant-based eating myths. Use Monday as the day to take stock of your physical and mental wellbeing and work towards positive change. 1. Manage negative emotions by verbalizing them 2. As

DHD#10 School and Community Oral Health Services Program receives grant from Delta Dental Foundation

The School and Community Oral Health Services Program, provided by District Health Department #10 (DHD#10), recently received grant funding from Delta Dental Foundation for the purchase of a dental outreach van. Delta Dental Foundation awarded DHD#10 $31,999 to purchase a new 2020 Chrysler Pacifica van. The van will allow for expansion of the dental program across multiple rural DHD#10 counties as well as provide a means to transport totes, dental education materials and valuable equipment to oral health screenings and community events. The DHD#10 School and Community Oral Health Services Program provides oral health screenings, education and outreach with the goal of every person having a l

Do not delay seeking medical care!

Seek medical care and DO NOT DELAY if experiencing symptoms of a serious illness such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, or dizziness. “Due to COVID-19, many people may be fearful of seeking medical care if they are having other medical issues,” stated Dr. Jennifer Morse, Medical Director for DHD#10. “It is very important that they do not delay seeking medical care if experiencing serious symptoms, as it may be a life or death situation.” Conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, and severe infections are very time-sensitive and require prompt treatment for the best outcome. Delaying treatment for a potentially life-threatening condition can be extremely dangerous, if not deadly. Data fro

Warning: Serious adverse health effects associated with Methanol-based hand sanitizers

Double check the labels of their alcohol-based hand sanitizers or rubs (ABHSR) for methanol and is warning of the serious adverse health effects associated with methanol-based hand sanitizers. Methanol, when used as an active ingredient, is a toxic alcohol that can cause blindness and/or death when absorbed through the skin or swallowed. Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advised consumers to not use any type of hand sanitizer manufactured by “Eskibiochem SA de CV” in Mexico due to the potential presences of methanol. Since then, the FDA has identified several more hand sanitizing products that contain methanol and are working on voluntary product recalls, which can be f

#HealthyMondayRefesh 7.13.2020

We all are feeling the effects of COVID-19 cabin fever, but the remedy for this condition is right outside, literally. Spending summer days in nature — whether you’re in the park, on a trail, or in your backyard — can bring you calm and clarity. This week, focus on how to spend your summer days outside. Get lost in the sights, smells, and sounds of nature with a soothing open-air walk; stay active outdoors with some summer-friendly fitness ideas; and for your next summer-time feast, try these plant-based recipes designed for cool cookouts. This Monday, remind yourself of the healing properties of nature. 1. Move it outdoors for summertime fun 2. Get lost in the sights and smells of nature 3.

#HealthyMondayRefresh 7.6.2020

Even when the future is uncertain, planning ahead — whether it be a few hours or a few months — can help us find structure and solidity. It doesn’t have to be a tremendous adventure, just something on the calendar can help keep you escape the humdrum of the daily routine. This week we’re focusing on ways to help you create moments to look forward to. Plan a weekly self-help session by using some uncommon methods to help improve your mood; refresh your workout by adding new exercises to your fitness routine; and let dinner cook itself with these mouth-watering, plant-based slow cooker recipes. Who needs the weekend? Start looking forward to Monday. 1. Turn that frown upside down 2. Mix up you

Smoothie STARS

It’s summer. It’s hot. It’s America’s birthday. I'm featuring three smoothies this month that represent all of that. 1. Apple Pie Liquefied The American classic for America’s birthday. Omit the protein powder if you’d like. Recipe: - ½ cup unsweetened applesauce - ½ cup oats - ½ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk - ½ scoop vanilla protein powder - 2 Tbsp almond butter - ½ Tbsp honey (or syrup!) - 1 tsp cinnamon Put everything in the blender at once and blend. Should blend very easily and will be pretty thin. *This smoothie is over 500 calories 2. Red White & Blueberry This one is a "fancy" smoothie where you can show off all three colors: red, white, and blue. Or if you're not feeling up to

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