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Classes are available each month and are open to the public.
4 out of 5 car seats are installed incorrectly.
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A healthy child is a happy child.
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The Medina County Health Department Mosquito Prevention Program includes public education and mosquito larval control.
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Emergencies can strike quickly and without warning. What would you do if your water, gas, electricity, or communications were cut off? These three steps are just the basics of disaster preparedness.
Get A Kit - Food, water, radio, flashlight, first aid kit and medications all must be included.
Make A Plan - How would you communicate with family? Where would you meet up? How would you get your medications? Make a plan for every aspect of your daily routine. Write it down and keep a copy with your emergency kit.
Be Informed - Know what might happen and be aware of what kind of emergencies are likely to affect you and the area you live.
The likelihood that you and your family will recover from an emergency tomorrow depends on the planning you do today. For more information and printable emegency kit check lists, click here.
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