The Society for Public Health Education is highlighting May as Women’s Health Month. Addressing the unique challenges to women’s health, they emphasize ways to get active, eat healthy, and avoid unhealthy behaviors, particularly important while safe sheltering during the COVID … Continued
Recognizing that the Rochester region is a part of a larger community, this post features data for the entire contiguous United States. Data about our country’s physical environment from County Health Rankings show the variability in air and water quality, as well as indicators of housing and transit, that may impact our collective health and well-being.
This map shows high school musical theater productions in area schools during March. It also highlights those school districts in our region receiving a 2019 Best Communities for Music Education award. According to the National Association for Music … Continued
While most people are thinking of giving roses and candy on Valentine’s Day, why not consider a more priceless gift? Celebrate February and National Donor Day (February 14) by registering to be an organ donor. Registration takes just minutes, and … Continued
The first home holiday light display appeared in New York City in 1882 at the home of Edward Hibberd Johnson. Johnson, a business partner of Thomas Edison, hand-wired 80 red, white and blue light bulbs and strung them on his … Continued