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LOOK BEFORE YOU LOCK!  Never leave your child unattended in a car, click here to read more


picnicSUMMER IS ALMOST HERE!  Don't let a foodborne illness spoil your summer fun.  Grill your foods to a safe internal temperature - chicken to 165 degrees and hamburgers to 155 degrees.  More tips, just click here


MAY IS HEALTHY VISION MONTH ... Health department staff visit all Lenawee County schools to provide children with hearing and vision screenings.  Call (517) 264-5254 for more information


EVERY YEAR AROUND THE COUNTRY 15,000 PEOPLE DIE FROM HEPATITIS C and many don't even know that they have it.  Today, Hepatitis C is most commonly spread by IV drug use.  Prior to 1992, when widespread screening of the blood supply began, Hepatitis C was also commonly spread through blood transfusions and organ transplants.  Learn more at www.hepfi.org 


WHEN IT COMES TO SAFETY FOR YOUR CHILDREN YOU KNOW THE BASICS:  buckle up, wear a helmet, learn to swim, look both ways.  Here are some lesser-known tips to make your family even safer in 7-easy steps!


FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS!  If you are a woman aged 40-64 years you may be eligible for FREE mammograms, pap smears and cholesterol tests.  Call (517) 264-5235 for more information or click here


DO1THING EVERY MONTH TO PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES. During the month of May make sure that people that count on you are also prepared for a disaster.  Learn more at
http://do1thing.com/things/may


REMINDER:  Sewage installers license renewals are due by May 31st.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact Susan at (517) 264-5214 


stayteenMAY IS NATIONAL TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION MONTH!  Learn the facts and stay informed.  Stayteen.org is there to help encourage you to enjoy your teen years and avoid the responsibilities that come with too-early pregnancies and parenting.  The more you know the better prepared you will be to make informed choices for your future.  Visit them, click here!


recycleLENAWEE COUNTY RECYCLING CENTER ... Did you know? There's a recycling center that's open to all residents of Lenawee County.  Located at 306 River St., Adrian - it's open from 7am to 7pm 7 days/week.  They accept plastics #1-7, tin, glass, cardboard, newspaper, etc. See a complete list!  Click here


FOOD HANDLER'S CLASS
The next Food Handler's Class is May 20th at 2pm and 7pm
Click here for the 2015 schedule of classes


FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER OF MICHIGAN .... is dedicated to quality and excellence in providing comprehensive, cost-effective primary and preventive health care, regardless of age, ethnic background, or ability to pay.  Call (517) 263-1800 for more information


 

LENAWEE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT  

1040 S Winter St., Suite 2328
Adrian, MI   49221
517-264-5226
517-264-0790/FAX
Patricia Bourgeois, Health Officer
Teresa Bacon, Administrative Aide


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