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MCN COMIC: Working with Farm Animals: Keeping Yourself, Your Family, and Your Community Healthy

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Bilingual educational comic book about ways to prevent zoonotic diseases. Developed by MCN in partnership with The Ohio State University.

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Heat Related Illness

http://deohs.washington.edu/pnash/heat_illness

The Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center offers a comprehensive resource section on heat stress and related illnesses.

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The Patients' Charter for Tuberculosis Care

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Friends Network

Produces "The Funletter," a national activities letter for kids and families living with cancer. Address: c/o Kenon Neal PO Box 4545 Santa Barbara, CA 93140

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Between Women

Between Women: provides support services, promote awareness and advocates throughout the community. This organization is the only one in California's Imperial Valley devoted exclusively to breast health.

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Sweet Success SPA/ENG

California's Pregnancy and Diabetes program has a number of  resources on preganacy, nutrition and diabetes. Available in Spanish and English.

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Rural Women's Health Project

The RWHP, founded in 1992, develops community-based educational materials. independently as well as in collaboration with other grass-roots organizations. Their projects focus on the health issues of rural women and their families, with a special emphasis on the challenges faced by Spanish-speaking farmworking families.

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Tool Kit for the Uninsured and Underinsured

Not having health insurance - or being "underinsured" and not having enough health insurance - can be a frightening and worrisome experience. But there are many options you can explore to get the coverage and care you need, including free- and low-cost prescription drug assistance as well as free- and low-cost health checkups and screening programs.

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Centers for Disease Control

The CDC's Spanish website for women's health. Includes handouts in Spanish that can be printed from the web.

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March of Dimes

A wide array of materials at various literacy levels and almost everything in Spanish. Pamphlets, videos, "Comenzando Bien" curriculum.

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