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Nodaway County Health Center

What Is Public Health?


Public health in Nodaway County

Have you or a family member eaten in a restaurant, taken your child to a licensed day care, or received an immunization or flu shot?  Then you have benefited from public health.

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Emergency Preparedness

emergency preparedness class

The Nodaway County Health Department is charged with being prepared to assist our community in the event of bioterrorism events, emergencies and natural disasters.   May 2011, we participated in a drill with our community partners.

Welcome to HHS HealthBeat. Launched on July 11, 2005, this service provides health promotion and disease prevention tips 5 days a week in audio and text formats.
  • Vitamin D and cholesterol
    Vitamin D is good for muscles, nerves, immune protection and bones. And there is an indication of benefit against cholesterol in postmenopausal women – although not much.
  • Kids eating like grown-ups
    Little tummies don’t need adult-sized meals, but a look at what parents serve preschoolers indicates that’s often the amount parents put on kids’ plates. The researchers observed everyday meals at the homes of 145 parents and preschoolers in a Houston-area Head Start program. They say calories varied widely, but often were on the adult level.
  • Donating the difference
    Donating can make a difference between someone’s good health and bad; between life and death. But this donation isn’t money. A person who donates organs can save up to eight lives. Organ donation last year made more than 28,000 transplants possible. Another 1 million people received tissue to help them recover from such things as bone damage and vision loss.


Click here to view Nodaway County Food Ordinance

Food handler classes are offered at Nodaway County Health Center on the first Thursday of each month at 1:30 pm. Please call for information.

Click here to go to Online Food Handler Training


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