Test Your Way. Do it Today!

June 27, 2018 | Uncategorized

National HIV Testing Day is annually observed on June 27th to encourage people of all ages to be tested for HIV. HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, a retrovirus that attacks the body’s immune system, specifically the CD4 cells, often called T cells, reducing the body’s ability to fight off infections and disease. As of […]

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It’s that Bat Time of Year!

By Environmental Health Services Bats & Rabies Although they can be difficult to spot, since they come out after dark, bats do thrive here in Gallatin County. But is there any need to worry about rabies? Actually, it’s a fact that most bats don’t have rabies. For example, out of the bats that have been […]

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Container Gardening

By, Shawnna Filer In the spirit of summer bounties, June’s Healthy Gallatin WIC blog focuses on growing your own vegetables by starting a container garden. If you are like me and live in a location where traditional gardening is not an option, a container garden can be a great way to enjoy the satisfaction of […]

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