The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is one of the leading organizations in the country conducting research and using science across a broad range of disciplines related to drug abuse and addiction.
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month, and my suggestion is that Sheboygan County residents to do everything we can to provide our newborns with the healthiest start possible. Helping pregnant women to quit smoking would be a great start towards giving our local babies the best possible start.
Winter activities for the whole family to enjoy
Although you may want to stay snuggled up in your warm bed, winter shouldn't be a time that your fitness plans hibernate, especially with all of those holiday treats around.
The Sheboygan County Activity and Nutrition Coalition, (SCAN) Committee, has partnered with the Wellness Council of Wisconsin to engage and challenge local businesses to improve the health and well-being of the workforce in Sheboygan County.
Happy New Year!
Let’s raise our glasses to toast the seven community members who have recently been trained as teachers of TIPS–Responsible Beverage Service training.
HO. HO. HO. Merry Christmas. I can’t believe another year has gone by and it is time to visit you all back in Sheboygan again.
Winter is upon us. If frigid temperatures and dangerous wind chills repeat themselves this season, it’s important to have a refresher in taking care of yourself and avoiding frostbite.
Worldwide, nationally and locally there has been great emphasis on promoting mental health and understanding mental illness. These important discussions focus on the need for prevention, education for all, increased access to mental health services and improved coordination of care with integrated behavioral health services.