The Wasatch County Board of Health will meet this Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00 am. The Board of Health usually meets on the 4th Thursday of every month from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, but this month's meeting changed due to scheduling conflicts.
The Board of Health meets monthly to discuss the operations and activities of the health department as well as enact public policies when applicable. These meetings provide a forum for public comment on issues relating to public health.
Click "Read More" to see a list of agendas and minutes from Board of Health Meetings during the current year. If you have questions or comments, please call 435-657-3255.
The “Stepping On” workshop features simple balance and strength training activities, education on the importance of vision in maintaining balance, discussions about how medications factor into falls and ways to stay safe at home and in the community.
This workshop is free of charge and open to adults 65 years and older. Registration is required to attend. To register, contact Trudy Brereton at 435-657-3312
Did you know radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer? Find out if you are at risk from radon in your home. We are providing radon testing kits at the health department - just leave a deposit of $7 to pick up your kit and get your money back when you turn in the test results. Call (435) 657-3312 for more information and click "Read More" to learn about radon.
Motherhood is one big job. Choosing healthy foods while pregnant, learning how to breastfeed, finding the right doctors for yourself and your children, and getting those kids ready to learn in school really does take a village. For the last 40 years, WIC has provided support and more to mothers and families.
Contact us to find out more about Wasatch County's WIC program or click "Read More" to find out how WIC has helped mothers and families over the last 40 years .
The 5-2-1-0 healthy living campaign helps individuals improve their health by providing simple, daily guidelines that encourage nutritious foods and an active lifestyle.
5-2-1-0 stands for 5 servings of fruit and vegetables each day; 2 hours or less of screen time (TV, computer, video games) per day; 1 hour or more of active playtime or exercise per day; and 0 sugar sweetened drinks.
The health department created some videos to help explain the 5-2-1-0 campaign as well as provide some helpful tips to incorporate these ideas into your own life. Click "Read More" to view these videos on our YouTube page or visit http://bit.ly/1m0ZkqN for more information
In Wasatch County, the health department has teamed up with the Heber City Police Dept, Wasatch County Sheriff's Office, Utah Highway Patrol, Wasatch County EMS, and Wasatch County Fire Department to bring this program to our community.
The yellow dots are an important tool for first responders (law enforcement, EMTs, and paramedics) to be able to help those who have been injured in a car accident. They let the responders know that there is important medical information about the car's occupant on a card inside the glove box.
Think you got sick from something you ate? Let us know by visiting igotsick.health.utah.gov and answering a few questions about your symptoms, places you've visited, and what you ate. For more information about the igotsick website, click "Read More"
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