Know the Risks.
Your children need vaccinations beyond their baby years. Some vaccines they received as infants may wear off, and they can be at risk for certain infections as they get older and enter puberty.
Prevention is Key.
Your child should be eating five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day. Most are full of nutrients and low in calories and fat while also being full of water and fiber, which makes them healthy and filling.
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.
ELVPHD works with the Lyons-Decatur Northeast School and Wisner-Pilger Public Schools districts to provide school nurse services to students.
In the Know.
Nebraska state law requires students to have a physical examination before they enter kindergarten and 7th grade. It is also required for students who transfer into the state.
The sun’s rays are powerful and potentially harmful, though there are ways to protect your child’s skin and eyes when spending time outdoors.
Nebraska state law requires students to have a physical examination before they enter kindergarten and 7th grade or if they are transferring into the state.
HCI helps reduce and prevent drug misuse in Burt, Cuming, Madison and Stanton Counties.
Whether swimming in a public or private pool, lake or ocean, water can be as dangerous as it can be fun.