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Food and the Holiday Season go hand in hand. With all that extra food around the house take a moment to learn about the things you can do to help prevent the spread of food borne illness. The FightBac.org website is a good resource for informartion on how long food can keep, temperatures to heat meats, and a bunch of other tips.
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans offer a practical roadmap to help you make changes in your eating plan to improve your health.
The first step is to focus on balancing calories with physical activity and consuming an overall healthy eating pattern. The Dietary Guidelines recommend shifting eating patterns to eat more of some foods and nutrients and less of others.
For more information on how to improve your health through changing your eating plan, click "Read More"
There are currently no cases of Ebola in Utah. Click "Read More" to see information on the current outbreak, including links to the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Protect yourself from the flu this year and be a flu fighter by getting a flu shot...or flu mist for those who qualify and don't like needles.
The health department has many different options available, including high dose flu vaccine, intradermal flu vaccine, and flu mist. Make an appointment by calling 435-657-3307 or just stop by the health department.
For more information on pricing and insurance, click "Read More"
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