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For the Upcoming Hot Weather: RETHINK YOUR DRINK

For the Upcoming Hot Weather: RETHINK YOUR DRINK

You Do Not Need Sugary Drinks to Stay Hydrated

"Something so simple that everyone can do to improve their health starting today.”
Health Department Closed Mon May 28th for Memorial Day

Health Department Closed Mon May 28th for Memorial Day

Full Services Resume Tuesday, May 29th

Regular schedule on Saturday, May 26th.
Swim Healthy, Stay Healthy.

Swim Healthy, Stay Healthy.

May 21-27, 2018 is Healthy and Safe Swimming Week

Educating swimmers to protect themselves and prevent the spread of germs.
Children's Mental Health: Always More Complicated Due to Technology, Economy, Social Media

Children's Mental Health: Always More Complicated Due to Technology, Economy, Social Media

ACES, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Must be Recognized and Treated

Can include physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, neglect, and more.
IDPH Launches Infant At Work Pilot Program

IDPH Launches Infant At Work Pilot Program

Applies to Parents with Infants Four-Months to Six-Weeks

Pilot program that will allow eligible mothers, fathers, and legal guardians to bring their infants to work in the early months of parenthood.
Will County MAPP Collaborative Seeking Businesses for Recognition

Will County MAPP Collaborative Seeking Businesses for Recognition

Applications to be Taken through June 30th, No Fee to Apply

To recognize Will County workplaces committed to improving employee health and well-being.
IEMA Informs Consumers about Pendants Containing Trace Amounts of Radioactive Material

IEMA Informs Consumers about Pendants Containing Trace Amounts of Radioactive Material

Continuous wear may result in radiation exposure to skin

Some homeopathic pendants using negative ion technology contain trace amounts of naturally occurring radioactive materials.
Will County Health Department Now has a Micro Pantry for Food Pick-Up and Donations

Will County Health Department Now has a Micro Pantry for Food Pick-Up and Donations

Number 18 in a move started by a local businessman

The sign says, “Take what you need, leave what you can.”
HAPPY NATIONAL NURSES WEEK

HAPPY NATIONAL NURSES WEEK

We Salute WCHD Nurses and their Passion to Serve

Pictured left to right: May Liang, Lou Lamdagan, Nicole Collins, and Maria Reyes
Avoiding Tick- And Mosquito-borne Illnesses

Avoiding Tick- And Mosquito-borne Illnesses

As the weather warms up, we’re starting to see ticks and mosquitoes

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is reminding people about simple precautions they can take to avoid bites.
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