The health department will be hosting the Wasatch County School District for kindergarten registration from March 12-14. This even will provide all the services for registration in one location - from immunizations to vision screening.
For more information on this event, including schedules and electronic copies of forms, please click "Read More"
Bring in two non-perishable food items or one package of diapers between now and March 14 to get a FREE flu shot. By participating in this event you not only help yourself stay healthy, you are also helping those in our community who are in need.
Even if you already had a flu shot, please donate to those in need. All food items go to Community Action Services food pantry and all diapers go to the Wasatch Diaper Bank. Click "Read More" for a poster.
"Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right" is the theme for National Nutrition Month® 2014. Consumer research confirms that taste tops nutrition as the main reason why one food is purchased over another. While social, emotional and health factors also play a role, the foods people enjoy are likely the ones they eat most.
Take some time this month to evaluate what you eat and see how can improve your nutrition with food that is tasty and healthy. To speak with our own Registered Dietitian, call 435-657-3253 or click "Read More" for helpful tips and activities.
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 .
Front seat, back seat, it doesn’t matter. All passengers must wear seat belts. Children up to age 8 must be properly restrained in a car seat or booster seat. Buckling up is the best thing you can do to reduce injuries and potentially save lives.
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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