January is National Blood Donor Month, and there are reasons donations drop at this time of year, like:
Do you know how important your blood donation is? Save a life today.
This week is National Health Center Week, so we had more info about finding these resources each day.
The Champaign Urbana Public Health District’s website can connect you to local health resources and info and Board of Health info.
The Francis Nelson Health Center in Champaign provides care to those who need it most and can’t afford it. Learn more about their services or help the cause.
If you’re a University of Illinois student, McKinley Health Center is your first stop for all kinds of health information, including online classes.
The Champaign County Christian Health Center offers free and quality health services. Learn more about making appointments, giving, fundraising, and volunteering.
Avicenna Community Health Center has been providing health screenings and learning to the CU community since 2009. Learn about what they do and how you can help.
While Medicaid in Illinois has expanded, there are other ways to get help too. Carle’s Community Care Discount Program helps people get the care they need.
Looking for health centers across the nation? This government database can help!
February is American Heart Month, so we gave you info to protect your heart each day.
Get your blood pressure checked so you know your risk.
Visit your doctor regularly and know your cholesterol to protect your heart.
Eating a healthy diet helps protect you from all kinds of health problems, including your heart health. Find recipes.
Smoking affects not just your lungs, but also your heart. Quit before it’s too late.
Heart disease is the #1 killer of women. Find info and help tailored to you and Go Red.
Getting healthy through diet, exercise, quitting, and managing your stress is the best way to protect your heart. The American Heart Association can help.
Who do you know that’s been touched by heart disease? Does it run in your family? Help fight the disease.