Going Green – Layla

If you’re green with envy, it’s probably because we got to do a Q&A with our Environmental Health Educator Layla where we talked public health, sustainability and more!   What makes you feel lucky about working in public health? “I … Read More

Going Green – Jennie

Whether it’s four-leaf clovers, grass sprouting from the melting snow or the ability to get back outdoors, March is all about going green!   We were lucky to speak with our Sustainability Supervisor Jennie McAdams about public health, sustainability and … Read More

Baby Formula Shortage

UPDATE: September 19, 2022 WIC Baby Formula Shortage FAQ Baby formula shortages have been stressful on parents and caregivers. These shortages, which were caused by supply-chain problems during COVID-19, was made worse by the recent recall of several baby formula … Read More

Minority Health Month

April is National Minority Health Month. It’s a time to learn more about the health status of racial and ethnic minority populations in the U.S. and to encourage action through health education, early detection and control of disease complications. This … Read More

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