IDPH Doubles Nicotine Replacement Therapy Offer
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) is announcing an expansion of the free nicotine replacement program launched earlier this year for Iowans who enroll in Quitline Iowa. Beginning October 23, any participant who enrolls in the no-cost program could be eligible for twice as much nicotine replacement therapy - eight weeks instead of four weeks.
- Vaccinations offered to Marion County students at school
- Flu Circulating in Iowa
- Healthiest State Walk Slated for October 9
A Walk to Remember: October 6
Memorial event presented by Empty Cradle at Pella Regional Health Center
- Seasonal Flu Vaccine at Pella Regional’s Medical Clinics
West Nile Virus Still Circulating in Iowa
"The number of Iowans infected with West Nile virus tends to increase in September and sometimes into October if the weather stays nice,” said IDPH Medical Director, Dr. Patricia Quinlisk. “Until the state's first hard frost, whether it's for work or play, being outside means there's a risk for West Nile virus."
- Free Screening at Pella Regional Sept 18 to Help Patients with Function
- Extending the Reach of Physical Therapy
How to cut back on the sugar in your diet
The American Heart Association reports that the average adult in the United States consumes 22 teaspoons of added sugar every day, which equals 150 pounds per year.
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