Minority Health Awareness Month

Despite continued progress toward eliminating inequities in health, racial and ethnic minorities continue to face significant health disparities. For example: In 2010, largest prevalences of diabetes were among Hispanic and non-Hispanic African American adults compared with prevalences among white, non-Hispanic and Asian … Continue reading

Healthy Heart Day

If you are a Mountainlands Family Health Center patient and have HYPERTENSION or HIGH CHOLESTEROL you are invited to our “Healthy Heart Day” When:  Saturday, April 18th Registration: 8:30AM – 9:25AM Classes:  10Am- 11AM Location:  Mountainlands Family Health Center, 589 … Continue reading

Child Abuse Prevention Month

When you are under stress, sometimes it takes a little extra help to get through the day. Protective factors are the strengths and resources that families draw on when life gets difficult. Building on these strengths is a proven way … Continue reading

Alcohol Awareness Month

Facts About Underage Drinking Approximately 10% of 9- to 10-year-olds have started drinking. Nearly one-third of youth begin drinking before age 13. Alcohol is the drug of choice among America’s adolescents, used by more young people than tobacco or illicit … Continue reading

Love UT Give UT

What if you could help shape Utah’s future in a single day? On March 26, 2015, you can! Love UT Give UT will bring together Utahns for 24 hours of giving. It’s one extraordinary day to support the organizations that … Continue reading

Nutrition Awareness Month

Snacks can be a fun and valuable part of a person’s healthful eating plan – but they can also add unneeded calories, sugar, sodium and fat. During National Nutrition Month®, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers smart snacking ideas … Continue reading

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of death from cancer. Colorectal cancer affects all racial and ethnic groups and is most often found in people ages 50 and older. … Continue reading

Heart Health Month

What is heart disease? The most common type of heart disease is Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).  This occurs when the coronary arteries (tubes) that take blood to the heart are narrow or blocked. Blockages occur when plaque builds up inside … Continue reading

Go Red For Women

GO RED FOR WOMEN® Each year, 1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke. But we can change that because 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented with education and lifestyle changes.  When it comes to beating … Continue reading

National Children’s Dental Health Month

When sugar is consumed over and over again in large, often hidden amounts, the harmful effect on teeth can be dramatic. Sugar on teeth provides food for bacteria, which produce acid. The acid in turn can eat away the enamel … Continue reading

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