Health & Nutrition Resources: Informational Resources & Links

It happens to the best of us …

Here are some tips to manage STRESS EATING.

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Instructions on How to Make a Facemask

A facemask provides a barrier between you and another entity (i.e., person). Please realize these masks are not a replacement for N-95 respirators and other PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). These masks are meant to be used in situations that will free up N-95 respirators and other masks for higher priority uses.

Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to make a facemask. 

CLICK HERE to review the information for a non-test-based strategy when releasing cases and contacts from home isolation and quarantine.


Adapted from the Tennessee Department of Health 

Can ticks and mosquitoes transmit the coronavirus?

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Coronavirus Information Resources

Many of you are following the progression of the Coronavirus. We have included some of the information resources available.  This is not an all inclusive list, just some of what we are using to maintain situational awareness and shared with one of our cities yesterday.

    • You can sign up for their email updates and RSS feed. If they have general access conference calls they share the dial in information on their email updates.
  • The link to sign up for the Texas Public Health Information Network (TxPHIN) (Note that Bart Thom is our District TxPHIN rep).

GET INTO THE HABIT OF HEALTHY with the free 8-week Walk Across Texas! program, join friends, loved ones and thousands of fellow Texans on a daily walk to a better life. Learn more at Walk Across Texas! Adult

Kids can join too! Walk Across Texas! Youth is an eight-week program designed to help our youngest Texans establish the habit of regular physical activity using a fun and motivating team approach. Each team may include an unlimited number of youth participants, all working together towards the goal of 832 miles to make their way across the state of Texas. We recommend WAT! Youth for schools, after-school clubs, 4-H clubs, and much more! Adult staff and teachers can also create adult teams to compete against the youth. Learn more at Walk Across Texas! Youth

Food Guide Pyramid For Young Children

Nutrient Needs at a Glance

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