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  1. QuitTobacco

    New tobacco cessation resources available for Kansans with behavioral health conditions

    The Kansas Tobacco Quitline is offering new resources to Kansans with behavioral health conditions. Read on...
  2. Drinkwater

    Tips to avoid illnesses during summer activities

    Summer is a great time to enjoy outdoor activities. However, families need to be mindful of the potential dangers that come along with hot, humid temperatures: illnesses related to ticks, mosquitoes, heat and swimming. Read on...
  3. Dad

    Program provides support, education for fathers in Douglas County Jail

    Healthy Dads program provides support and education for fathers so they can build positive, lasting relationships with their children. Read on...
  4. bat

    Health Department urges residents to be aware of bats

    If residents see a bat — dead or alive — inside a home or an apartment, it is important to contact the Health Department for medical guidance. The most common way for people to get rabies is through contact with a bat. Read on...
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