The vast majority of unwanted medicines in Nebraska are improperly handled or stored. Click here for more information.
The program will focus on preventing distracted driving by working with the driver’s education programs at local high schools in 2014.
Colon cancer is preventable and treatable if discovered early, so now is the time to think about getting screened. For more information, click here.
The responsibility of implementing a wellness program was given to Lisa Dike and a call for employee volunteers for the wellness committee was made.
During the fall of 2013, Citizen’s State Bank, Wisner made a commitment to improving the health of their employees by implementing a worksite wellness program.
With the help of Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department, NCHCC formed a wellness committee and began their journey to a healthier workforce.
Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States and nearly 150,000 men and women are diagnosed with it every year.
The AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation’s Connections for Cardiovascular HealthSM program today announced a grant of $250,000 to the Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department to support its Operation Heart to Heart program.
Know the Risks.
Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death in the United States.
Services for You.
Operation Great Start is a home visitation program that provides free one-on-one health education to pregnant families until the child turns one.
Prostate cancer usually affects older men, developing in the tissue of the prostate gland in the reproductive system. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death for men in the US.
Winter is the time of year when most houses are closed up to keep the cold out, making it the best time to have your home tested for radon.
We partner with two colon cancer programs, the Colon Cancer Coalition and the Nebraska Colon Cancer Screening Program, to bring awareness and prevention methods to local communities.
Prevention is Key.
Exercise for at least 20 minutes three to four times each week. Even moderate exercise like walking or climbing stairs may reduce your risk.