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Keep Your Family SAFE this Summer!

In the city of Lee’s Summit, we are fortunate to have plenty of lakes and streams as well as livable streets for bike riding.  Please consider these safety actions when planning events for summer time fun!


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Wet weather can trigger mold growth For more flood

Moisture and rising temperatures can turn parts of your home into ideal sites for mold growth, said a University of Missouri Extension housing and environmental design specialist.
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Hillcrest Transitional Housing Services Homeless Adults and Children

In 2016, GLSHF distributed $74,500 in grant funds to 12 local nonprofits to support health and well-being in the Lee’s Summit area. The Grant Cycle for new applications is open now for local nonprofits with health-focused programs to apply for funding.  The deadline to apply is October 31, 2016. Awardees will be announced in January 2017.  For details, visit the GLSHF website at http://www.lshealthcare.org/grant-resources/
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Open Registration Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders New Young Adult Employment, Technology and Transition Program

Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders begins classes this Saturday, January 23, that will continue twice monthly through May. Teens and young adults from 16 through 25 are eligible for this program.
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Running Out of Excuses with From the Couch to 5K

It’s time to get off the couch and start running. Not right away, of course. Marii Stark and Brenda Ruckman have created the Couch to 5K Program based on their experience with the Couch to 5K app. 
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Eating protein-packed breakfast prevents body fat gain, improves glycemic control in overweight teens

Controlling glucose levels reduces the risk of Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease
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Hearing Health Associates Opens Lee's Summit Clinic

Hearing Health Associates has announced the opening of its first in a series of national clinics at 676 SE Bayberry Lane, Unit 105, Lee’s Summit, MO.  Jennifer Dann, MS, CCC-A, opens the clinic’s doors Feb. 23, 2015, serving patients of all ages. 

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Deafness And Healthcare

How important is effective communication in healthcare?
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E. Coli Testing-What It Means For You

Starting April 1, Jackson County Parks and Recreation began running weekly water sample tests from local recreational lakes through October 31.
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Stand Up For Your Heart Health

A new study just released in March 2015 adds yet another reason to stand up for your heart health, literally!
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