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Don't Get Hurt!

These bilingual posters educate workers on how to work safely with machinery on the farm.  Developed by two Occupational Health Interns (OHIP) during their internship with the National Farm Medicine Center, these posters accompany the Seguridad en las Lecherías curriculum.

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Emergency Planning Tips If You Are Pregnant or Have Young Children

To help ease the burden of displacement in the face of disaster/emergency, new information for pregnant women and mothers of young children has been uploaded to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) web site. Because you are recognized as an important champion in the community and can provide a channel for vital emergency information.

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Food Stamp Program

The Food Stamp Program serves as the first line of defense against hunger. It enables low-income families to buy nutritious food with Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards. Food stamp recipients spend their benefits to buy eligible food in authorized retail food stores. Go to find local food stamp and search by state.

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Free Consumer Health Fact Sheets

For the first time, all Office on Women’s Health (OWH) consumer fact sheets are available in Spanish. OWH recently released 42 new Spanish-language publications on a range of topics including depression, generic drugs, heart disease, cosmetics, arthritis, mammography, HIV, and food safety. These easy-to-read fact sheets complement OWH's other Spanish language materials on diabetes, menopause, and safe medication use. OWH invites organizations and consumers to distribute these free publications to women and their families.

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Health Brochures by the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

The US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants has recently posted 10 NEW health brochures on their website. All the brochures are available for download free of charge. The topics covered in this new batch of brochures are as follows: Violence in the Home, Health Insurance and Medicaid, Living with Disabilities in the US, Personal and Home Hygiene, Dental Care and Hygiene, Healthy Pregnancy, Keeping Your Baby Healthy, Watching Your Child Grow, Common Respiratory Infections (Bronchitis, Influenza, and Pneumonia) and Asthma.

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Heat Stress Fotonovela

Photonovelas in English and Spanish. Produced by the North Carolina Farmworker Project.

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Hesperian Health Guides: How To Prevent Cholera Fact Sheet

A factsheet on "How to prevent cholera" from The Hesperian Foundation. Cholera can be prevented through careful sanitation, careful use and treatment of water before drinking or cooking, and careful handling of food. This Factsheet is written in simple language and heavily illustrated and talks about the importance of sanitation, how to identify cholera and how to make your water safe to drink.

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HRCH pregnancy pamplet

You and your baby pregnancy pamphlet.

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If you have HIV infection, Which Vaccinations do you Need?

This chart shows which vaccinations you should have to protect your health.
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Lead in Mexican Candy

Comprehensive website about lead in candy.  Information in English and Spanish for providers and patients.

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