Your Health & You

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You And Your Health... Better informed... Better prepared... Living a better life in the Upper Cumberland.

From risk factors for stroke to healthy habits and emergency preparedness, Your Health And YOU depend on knowing what to do and what's best for you and your family. The Putnam County Health Department offers up advice and tips for You And Your Health.

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22
JUL

Breastfeeding

We’ve all heard it said when it comes to feeding baby – the breast is best. August is National Breastfeeding Month. In the Upper Cumberland – we want healthy moms and healthy babies – and education is available to help moms with breastfeeding advice from the Putnam County Health Department - our topic today on Your Health And You.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
08
JUL

Heart Health

There are lots of diet fads and exercise routines – and they all have a common goal: Keeping you healthy. Your daily output is only as good as your daily input. Put in healthy foods and exercise – and your body will function better for you – specifically today – we are discussing your heart and ways that your food intake and water intake can have a positive effect… on you. As we explore Your Health And You with the Putnam County Health Department.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
24
JUN

Rabies

Putnam County recently held rabies clinics with 621 pets receiving the rabies vaccination at a slightly reduced price. These vaccinations are important for your pets and for the community. We dive into learning more about rabies… our topic today with the Putnam County Health Department on Your Health And You.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
10
JUN

Summer Safety

The Upper Cumberland is rich with outdoor activities for warm weather, and we need to make sure to stay sun-safe! Summer Safety, water safety, staying hydrated and safe during outdoor activities is our topic today with the Putnam County Health Department on Your Health And You.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
30
MAY

Walk With A Doc

The Hintz and Oakley Podcast Center has an opportunity for you to get health advice from those who know best beginning this Saturday, and each Saturday through October, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center during, "Walk With A Doc." Get all the details in this week's "Your Health And You" Podcast, presented by the Putnam County Health Department.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
29
APR

Safe Food Handling

Bacteria and germs can cause severe illness. You know to wash your hands when you’ve been working outside – but even if dirt is not visible – your hands can carry and spread harmful contaminants to food. With spring and summer outdoor picnics and activities – you want to make sure you do your part to not spread these things to the foods you consume and serve. This episode of "Your Health And You" dives into the topic of safe food handling procedures.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
17
DEC
2018

Flu Season

Public Health Educators Michael Cooper with the Putnam County Health Department and Katie Neal, along with Registered Nurse Sara Smith, join host Marcia Lee to discuss the flu. They discuss the dangers of the flu, and how to best protect yourself from catching it.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
24
SEP
2018

Reducing Sugar Intake

Public Health Educator Michael Cooper with the Putnam County Health Department joins host Marcia Lee to discuss sugar. They look at alternatives you can try and what various sweeteners offer. Along with what should you avoid when it comes to added sugar.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
27
AUG
2018

National Immunization Awareness Month

Sarah Smith and Melissa Marcum, Registered Nurses with the Putnam County Health Department discuss the importance and availability of immunizations during National Immunization Awareness Month.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
13
AUG
2018

National Breast Feeding Month

Public Health Educator Katie Woodard, Certified Lactation Counselor Ashley Roberts and Breast Feeding Peer Counselor Letha Gaw discuss the health advantages for mothers who breastfeed their newborns. They offer advice on the benefits, things to consider for better results and safety practices you should use.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
30
JUL
2018

National Water Safety Month

Public health educators Katie Woodard and Kayla French offer some tips and advice for National Water Safety Month. Pools, lakes, ponds and even water parks can present dangers you may not consider. Whether you're swimming or boating, we have advice on how to fun and stay safe this summer.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department
09
JUL
2018

National Sun Safety Month

Public health educators Katie Woodard and Kayla French offer some tips and advice for National Sun Safety Month. They discuss the different types of UV rays you can be exposed to while outdoors. The most common dangers and the possible exposure risks you may not consider.

Presented by The Putnam County Health Department

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