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The Upper Missouri District Health Unit (UMDHU) was founded and began offering sanitation and nursing services in Divide, McKenzie and Williams Counties in 1947. It was the third public health unit formed in the state. Mountrail County joined the health unit in 1949. The central office is located in Williston; satellite offices are maintained in Crosby, Stanley and Watford City (all are county seats).
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July
Don't Forget Back To School Immunizations
It is that time of year again where thoughts go to backpacks, notebooks and new clothing. Upper Missouri District Health Unit wants to remind parents that while checking the list for those back to school supplies they need to remember to also check their child’s immunization records to make sure they are up to date for the upcoming school year.
30
June
North Dakota Department of Health Urges At-Risk Residents to Avoid Prolonged Exposure to Wildfire Sm
BISMARCK, N.D. – Wildfires in Canada are sending smoke across North Dakota and other parts of the U.S. In North Dakota, particulate matter (PM) is elevated across the state, but is highest in the northern and eastern thirds of the state. The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) urges residents with respiratory conditions to consider limiting strenuous outdoor activities while smoky conditions remain across the region. Particulate matter can be irritating to the respiratory system, especially for those who suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or conditions such as asthma and allergies. The Department does not expect PM levels to exceed ambient air quality standards. However, as a precaution, the Department advises people with respiratory conditions, and the elderly and young children, to limit prolonged heavy exertion outside. If a person finds themselves reacting to smoke to the extent that it is affecting their breathing, they should seek immediate help from a medical provider.
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