Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin is alerting consumers about a nationwide recall of some biscotti that could be dangerous to people with allergies or sensitivities to certain ingredients.
The importance of Hospice: Terri Lessnau, manager of public relations for Hospice Savannah spoke during the Rotary meeting Nov. 13. Lessnau talked about the importance of hospice when someone has reached the final stages of their life. Hospice Savannah is a community based non-profit organization. Lessnau herself got involved with hospice when her grandmother became very ill and was in hospice. "Hospice is vital not only for the patient but also for the family," Lessnau ...
Despite the proven benefits of hand washing, too many people don't practice this habit as often as they should - even after they've used the bathroom.
Although most food-borne disease outbreaks don't normally occur during the holidays, the types of foods used and food practices during that time can increase the risk for food-borne illness.
Food service establishments are inspected four times a year in Liberty County. The purpose of making inspections is to determine compliance with the Rules Of Department Of Human Resources Public Health, Chapter 290-5-14 Food Service. The scores are from inspections performed by environmentalist of Liberty County Environmental Health Department. The county manager of the Environmental Health Department is Linus R. Woodard.
Two cases of MRSA have been identified in the Liberty County schools, officials announced this afternoon. The schools affected are Bradwell Institute and Joseph Martin Elementary.
The Kroger Co. is recalling Kroger brand 16 oz. Light Caesar Salad Dressing with a Sell By date of May 09 08, a code of SA7221 and a UPC number: 0 11110-71765 8 on the back label.
The Liberty County Health Department recently hosted a successful silent auction benefit to support the Southeast Georgia Affiliate of the Komen Foundation for the Cure, which works to prevent, treat and cure breast cancer.
Staph infections, like rumors, can spread widely under certain circumstances. The Liberty County School System has had plenty of rumors, but no confirmed cases of staph infection. School officials are monitoring the situation, encouraging handwashing and emphasizing the normal, required cleaning and disinfection of schools. Interim School Superintendent Harley Grove said, "We have sent information to all schools about precautions to take and those measures are being taken. Our M & O (maintenance and operations) ...
Liberty Regional Medical Center staff is taking a look at how they operate and how the institution is viewed by the community.
Long County resident Angela Hartley recently joined the staff of the Long County Health Department.
Experts say it takes 21 days for people to form or change a habit. Debra Zimmerman Poland of Hinesville believes people can open themselves up to become who they want to be through hypnosis and has recently opened Lifeworks Hypnotherapy Center. Moved by her brother's death from cancer caused by smoking and her sister dealing with problems from smoking, Poland sees destructive or addictive habits, such as smoking, as "needless suffering." When people say they ...
CHICAGO -- Being 25 pounds overweight doesn't appear to raise your risk of dying from cancer or heart disease, says a new government study that seems to vindicate Grandma's claim that a few extra pounds won't kill you. Released just a few weeks before Thanksgiving, the findings might comfort some who can't seem to lose those last 15 pounds. And they hearten proponents of a theory that it's possible to be "fit and fat." ...
Babysitters caring for children with asthma need extra preparation for a safe, uneventful evening while parents are away, according to the American Lung Association - Southeast Region.
Coastal Manor was awarded My InnerView's Excellence in Action award, a national award recognizing the nursing home's commitment to quality.
Christopher Deigh attended college with hopes of a successful future and a dream to better himself, but his plans were delayed.
Sixth-grade Lewis Frasier Middle School student Marcel Facey does his work as usual on a Wednesday afternoon during his fourth-period class with science teacher Jeremy Meadows.
It's been more than three weeks since my athletic activities grinded to a halt due to my sprained ankle - but I'm happy to report an adorable new distraction.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in this country for men and women, according to Center of Disease Control and Prevention, National Vital Statistics System. About 600,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year, which means one in four deaths are because of heart disease. The CDC says on its website that early action is key to preventing death from heart disease, but do people know what action to take?
Winn Army Community Hospital's Department of Public Health and Fort Stewart's Dental Activities Command teamed up last month to teach healthy habits to children at Stewart's child-development centers as part of Winn's observance of Month of the Military Child.
Any time I am invited to a party or potluck event that requires a dish, I almost always go with my "famous" meatballs and sauce. This no-fail dish always gets rave reviews from friends and family. Just last weekend I made up a Crockpot full to bring to a work function and they were a hit. I especially look forward to the part where I get to tell people that they are made with turkey ...
Q: I went into my 17-year-old's bedroom to wake him this morning. After some urging, he eventually got up and then told me he hated me. What is the appropriate consequence for this sort of disrespect?
American Nurses Association members representing Liberty Regional Medical Center, Winn Army Community Hospital and Best Care Health Center joined Hinesville Mayor Jim Thomas on Thursday as he signed a proclamation recognizing May 6-12 as National Nurses Week.
BRUNSWICK - The Southeast Georgia Health System's Wellness on Wheels mobile health vehicle will provide screenings during April. Wellness on Wheels provides low-cost and free health screenings, first aid and preventative education to the community at health departments, industries and businesses, health fairs, churches and community events. Services available on the WOW include bone density, blood pressure and blood sugar checks, lab draws, flu shots, health education and more. Additional screenings provided are digital mammograms. ...
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