The Big Latch On!

Every year, women and their families participate in The Big Latch On; a designated day and time where women gather to breastfeed, raise awareness, and offer peer support. On the same day, all around the world, mothers will be latching their babies/toddlers/children to breastfeed at the same time to recognize the value of breastfeeding. Gallatin […]

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Grocery Specials!

Great Grocery Deals! (July 27, 2017) Town & Country Foods [Prices valid Thursday, July 27 – Wednesday, August 2] Strawberries, 1 lb shell – 4 for $5 S&W Beans – $.59/lb Sweet Onions – $.59/lb Blueberries – $1.79/pint Check out more deals at: http://tncfoods.com/weekly-ad/ Smith’s [Prices valid Wednesday, July 26– Tuesday, August 1] Blueberries, 6 […]

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Chronic Diseases and Wildfire Season

July 26, 2017 | Environmental Health, General, Health

  Health Effects of Wildland Fire Smoke: Recommendations and Precautions Smoke from wildfires can be potentially hazardous to certain populations. Healthy Gallatin has a few recommendations to help those living with a chronic disease stay healthy. Always have an adequate supply of medication (more than five days worth). If you have asthma, make sure you […]

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Grocery Specials and Featured Recipe-Cucumbers

Featured Recipe – Cucumbers! Cucumber salad is a classic summer staple that compliments any dish or picnic. Cucumber Dill Salad 2 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tsp olive oil 1 ½ tbsp chopped dill (preferably fresh) 1 cucumber, sliced thinly ¼ cup thinly sliced red onion Salt and pepper to taste Stir all ingredients together […]

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Grocery Specials and Featured Recipe Using Brussel Sprouts!

Featured Recipe – Brussel Sprouts Brussel sprouts are delicious when roasted and complimented with savory, smoky flavors. This veggie may not hold the best reputation, but taking the time to dress them up can encourage children and guests to give them a taste. Garlic Parmesan Brussel Sprouts About 15 brussel sprouts, halved 1 tbsp olive […]

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Put back-to-school immunizations on your to-do list!

Although the start of school may not be on your radar, getting on a vaccination schedule should be. Some vaccines require more than one dose, so it’s important to plan ahead. Below is a list of necessary vaccinations required to attend school or participate in pre-school or a licensed childcare establishment. There are 14 serious […]

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Grocery Specials and Featured Recipe Using Cherries!

July 6, 2017 | Food, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipes

  Weekly Recipe – Fresh Cherries Cherries from the Flathead and Washington will be popping up more and more over the next month as they ripen. Though they sometimes can be labor intensive to prepare, using fresh cherries in baking and cooking is well work the work.   Summertime Baked Oatmeal 2 cups old fashioned […]

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Beat the Heat! Tips for Breastfeeding in the Summer.

Summer is in full swing and that means festivals, barbeques and lots of time soaking up the sun! Breastfeeding should not get in the way of having fun, but there are a few things to keep in mind when the temperature rises. Stay hydrated! This is the most important thing to remember. Keep a water […]

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