Starting on Thursday, Jan. 2, homeowners can pick up a free short-term test kit at the health collective’s office on the second floor of the Nicollet County Health and Human Services building in St. Peter.
"Twenty-thousand people in the United States will die this year from radon. Radon is the number two killer behind cigarette smoking for lung cancer across the country,” Community Development Manager Rick Jeddeloh said.
Stephanie Miller from the Teal Program Project joined KEYC News 12 This Morning to talk about their upcoming Craft with Santa event, taking place Saturday, Dec. 14, from 2-4 p.m. at the St. Peter Community Center
“I wish I had it when I was in high school. It gives them the opportunity to explore the different careers in healthcare. Healthcare we will need forever. We’ll always need hands-on and this will give them the opportunity to learn about those careers.”
Students will have the opportunity to network and establish relationships with health care professionals, while also being able to gain firsthand exposure to the healthcare field through different breakout sessions.
The public meeting will offer community members the opportunity to tell their own stories, as well as learn more about two options being considered that would grant Minnesotans access to more affordable prescription drugs.
Learning how to provide the best care for injured athletes was the goal Wednesday night when Minnesota State University, Mankato Athletic Training students visited South Central College EMT students in a collaborative training event.
Departments within Minnesota State University, Mankato’s College of Allied Health and Nursing will be providing a variety of free services to active, reserve and retired members of the military during a “Health for Heroes” event