Mississippi Seeking Input on Community Health Survey

The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) wants to hear from you. How healthy is your community?   Through November 30, Mississippians are asked to take a five-minute survey about the strengths and weaknesses of health in their communities, especially where there are limited resources or poor access to the essentials of a healthy life.…

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7 Natural Remedies to Keep Backache at Bay

Advertisement 7 Natural Remedies to Keep Backache at Bay   Backache is the most common problem that adults face during their life, according to doctors. This problem worsens with time, and people have to go through very tough medical procedures. However, keeping backache away is not complicated, and you can do it. If you are…

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Sustainable Ways to Incorporate in Your Garden

If there is one thing that society tends to agree on these days; it’s the need for sustainability within all aspects of your life. With the earth in a climate crisis and the environment crying out for help, it has never been more important than at this moment to do whatever it takes to reduce…

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Top 5 ISPs based on Customer Satisfaction

The best internet providers are those who are able to provide high-quality services in terms of speed, reliability, customer services, and cost-effective pricing. Various factors altogether account for an internet provider to stand out from among the rest in this ever-growing industry. Indeed, it is the customer satisfaction that counts the most. The best internet…

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SLIPPERY DRIVING TIPS FROM AMR PARAMEDICS

Because area roads and bridges could be slippery on Tuesday morning, paramedics at American Medical Response (AMR) urge motorists to follow this advice when driving on ice or slush:   If you don’t have to drive, please stay home.  Ask yourself, “Am I skilled at driving on icy roads?”  If you’re not, stay home.  …

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COLD WEATHER CAN BE DEADLY, AMR MEDICS WARN

With an arctic front soon to bring at least a few hours of snow and ice to parts of Mississippi,  AMR paramedics remind us: Plunging temperatures and wind chill are a direct threat to life and limb, especially for elders, small children, the chronically-ill, substance-abusers and individuals who stay out in the cold for long…

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DROPPING TEMPERATURE COULD MEAN RISING FIRE RISK

Mississippians should check their heating equipment now to make sure it’s safe to use, as the temperature may dip into the 30s and 20s across much of the state in coming days. Using the equipment as it is intended and following safety guidelines cuts your risk of fire in your home. There have been 52…

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