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July 16, 2013

Sunscreen imperative for UV ray protection


Based on the outcome of the survey and program eligibility, residents may receive a variety of free safety products, including smoke and carbon-monoxide detectors; child-safety products, such as cabinet local and safety gates; and asthma safety materials, such as mattress and pillow covers.

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For more information on the Healthy Neighborhoods Program or to set up an appointment with a Healthy Neighborhoods educator, contact the Clinton County Health Department at 565-4870.

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