If You Thought Vaping Was Safe, Kansas Researchers Have Bad News

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitteremailPrint Many people figure vaping spares their health because it lets them inhale nicotine in aerosols instead of sucking in smoke from burning cigarettes. New research from the University of Kansas casts doubt on that, raising the specter that vaping nicotine may cause some of the same respiratory problems that plague and […]

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Positivity in the Park

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitteremailPrint Positivity in the Park has been so much fun this summer! Our scavenger hunt proved to be pretty challenging but we had some die hard scavengers who found all the items on their list!  On Tuesday, July 16th, join us beginning at 12 p.m. for Kids Yoga at Library Park. We’ll […]

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Millennials have sparked a sober revolution, and alcohol brands are starting to notice

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitteremailPrint The Infinity Fizz, a nonalcoholic mocktail for sale at the Lamplight Lounge at the Pixar Pier in Anaheim, Calif., is made with Powerade Mountain Berry Blast, apple juice and cherry pearls. (Jeff Gritchen/Orange County Register/Getty Images) It’s everywhere you look these days: #SoberCurious, #SoberIsSexy, #SoberLife and #SoberSaturday. There are sober nightclubs, […]

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SACK Coalition Meeting Update

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitteremailPrint **Reminder** The SACK Coalition will now bee meeting every two months. The next scheduled meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 8 a.m. at the Kanabec County Jail Training Room.  

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New study shows SHIP boosting Minnesota employers’ workplace wellness efforts

It's nice to share…FacebookTwitteremailPrintShout out to Kanabec County SHIP Coordinator (former SACK Coordinator) Lori Swanson for all her work with the SHIP Program or as it’s known locally by its brand, “Partners in Healthy Living”.        June 24, 2019 Employers participating in Minnesota’s Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) overwhelmingly reported positive changes in […]

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