TWIN FALLS — Measles outbreaks continue to frustrate communities on America’s east and west coasts. As families prepare to travel this spring and summer, South Central Public Health District urges parents to check their children’s immunization records and make sure they are up to date.
TWIN FALLS — Do you know someone who goes above and beyond to make your community healthier? Now is your chance to recognize them.
TWIN FALLS — South Central Public Health District has announced new Women, Infants and Children — WIC — clinics to help mothers and children in the Magic and Wood River valleys choose and afford healthier lifestyles. Specifically, the program helps low-income pregnant breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding postpartum women and infants and children up to age five who are at nutritional risk.
BOISE (AP) — Health officials in southwestern Idaho are warning medical care providers to be on the lookout for symptoms of measles because of an outbreak in western Washington that has sickened at least 26 people.
ROGERSON — South Central Public Health District and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality announced Oct. 17 they’re lifting a public health advisory for Salmon Falls Creek Reservoir.
TWIN FALLS — The South Central Public Health District will host the 2018 Health Heroes Awards at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Katz A and B conference rooms at its office, 1020 Washington St. N., Twin Falls.
TWIN FALLS — The South Central Public Health District is partnering with St. Luke’s Wood River to offer a new set of Freedom From Smoking classes to help people quit tobacco.
GOODING — South Central Public Health District and the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality have lifted the health advisories for Mormon Reservoir and Thorn Creek Reservoir. Due to hazardous algae blooms, the advisories were issued in June for Mormon Reservoir and July for Thorn Creek Reservoir.
TWIN FALLS — South Central Public Health District has hired a new executive director.
TWIN FALLS — It is never too late to quit. Beginning Monday, South Central Public Health District is partnering with the Wellness Tree and St. Luke’s Wood River to offer new “Freedom From Smoking” classes.