The Wound Care Center and employees at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital participated in the national movement sponsored by SALSAL Foundation by wearing a white sock on Wednesday, September 16 to promote awareness of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), diabetes and amputation prevention.
The 80th meeting of members of Crawford Electric Cooperative drew near-record voter participation to a completely virtual event on September 16.
Opioid addiction keeps an estimated 1 million Missourians out of the workforce and costs the state about $1 million an hour, including the loss of jobs and wages. A new University of Missouri community health initiative will help rural communities counter the effects of the opioid crisis by focusing on local workforce recovery efforts, which could also help faltering rural economies.
The 80th meeting of members of Crawford Electric Cooperative is sure to be history-making since it will be online only. On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the co-op will conduct the annual business session during a virtual event.
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition that develops when the arteries, that supply blood to the internal organs, arms and legs, become completely or partially blocked as a result of atherosclerosis.
With many colleges and universities incorporating online learning into their curriculum as COVID-19 concerns continue to grow, those who do not have access to affordable, high-speed internet and want to further their education are often left behind.