National Public Health
Week, April 6-12

Public health keeps our communities healthy and safe. Taking preventive measures - in ways big and small - can help your family, neighborhood and workplace be healthier.

World TB Day

Spring Cleaning Tips
to Help Seniors
Prevent Falls

Seniors can ensure their homes are set-up in a way that promotes the prevention of falls.

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Screen for Life Against
Colorectal Cancer

If you are 50 years old or older, get screened now for colorectal cancer - the second leading cancer in the US.

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Show Me
Healthy Women

Help take care of yourself by having a routine mammogram and Pap test. See if you qualify for a free screening.


Bite Into a
Healthy Lifestyle

National Nutrition Month focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.

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National Nutrition Month

Play It Safe

Collisions in PE class, on the playground, or during school-based sports increase the chance of concussions.

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Drink More Water

Choosing water over soft drinks can reduce your risk of kidney disease. Kidneys are vital organs. Take care of them. Make the healthy choice!

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Don't let winter
slow you down!

Jumpstart your New Year's fitness goals - TAKE THE CHALLENGE!

Already participating? Share your photos and progress with #100MoMiles

100 Missouri Miles of physical activity

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