A collection of health and environmental posts from other governmental blogs.
Use an Insulated Lunch Bag to Keep Meals Safe
No matter your age, the end of summer is also a time of beginnings. This means a new school year, new episodes of your favorite TV show and the start of football season. Students, sports fans and outdoor enthusiasts all have one thing in common: packed lunches. – From U.S. Department of Agriculture’s blog
Good as Gold Prep Your Health Tips for All Seasons
Some things just age well: jeans, wine, flannel sheets, and The Golden Girls. That’s right, a 1980s sitcom about four single, women living, loving, and laughing together in Miami. It lasted just 180 episodes. Since going off the air in 1992, however, the show has regained some of its luster.
– From Public Health Matters, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Blog
Breastfeeding for Cancer Prevention
Did you know that breastfeeding can lower a mother’s risk for some cancers? We are going to talk about the connection between breastfeeding and cancer prevention in honor of World Breastfeeding Week, an annual celebration the first week of August that recognizes global action to support women in their efforts to breastfeed. – From The Topic is Cancer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Blog