Back to Basics: Practical Mental Health Information

From Mental Health America Since the start of the pandemic, more and more people are talking about mental health. An increasing number of folks are starting to see it for what it is: one important component of your overall health and well-being, just like your physical health. But mental health conditions, resources, and conversations can…

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Blair’s BlogServations #2

Silly Walking and Other Tips Welcome back!  Get up and do a happy dance with me.  Come on now – get up.  Celebrate with me!  I’ve lost 2 pounds.  Yeah me . . . happy dancin’ . . ! Last week was a busy week for me.  I became a Master Wellness Volunteer through the…

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Blair’s BlogServations:

Let’s get this Weight Loss party started! There is something you need to know about me, I am fat.  Actually, my doctors refer to me as being morbidly obese, that means really fat!   Morbid obesity puts me at risk for heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, asthma, osteoarthritis, stroke and death,  yes, Death!    After four…

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September is Literacy Month

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Reading is the key focus at OIC; students are encouraged to read books that interest them. We believe that reading is an investment rather than a one-time transaction. Reading is a critical component of learning and navigating messages that we see on a daily basis. Reading helps learners make connections, exchange information, seek careers, and…

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Good For You Health and Wellness Info

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Oklahomans have something to smile about with this recent news.  We can get all kinds of information from magazines, fact sheets, and journals on health and wellness. Consumer Health Complete is offered through the state library. This is information that you can trust. Sometimes it is hard to know what is good when you do…

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