Mississippi HomeCare Of Columbus Recognized In 5-Star Quality Rating System
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Mississippi HomeCare Of Columbus Recognized In 5-Star Quality Rating System

COLUMBUS, Miss. (PRESS RELEASE) – In recently released results, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Five-Star Quality Rating System recognized Mississippi HomeCare of Columbus with a 5-star rating in patient satisfaction. According to the data, the Columbus home health provider achieved the highest rating possible in the patient satisfaction category. The star rating system was instituted […]
Healthy Tupelo Task Force Announces Health And Wellness Festival
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Healthy Tupelo Task Force Announces Health And Wellness Festival

TUPELO, Miss. (PRESS RELEASE) — The Healthy Tupelo Task Force will sponsor the Boerner Be Wild Health and Wellness Festival on Saturday, April 9, at the Ballard Park Soccer Complex. The Boerner Be Wild Fitness Challenge will consist of 12 obstacles including jumping rope, running tires, tire toss and a climbing wall. Other obstacles will […]
First Mississippi Zika Virus Case Confirmed
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First Mississippi Zika Virus Case Confirmed

Victim Had Just Returned From Overseas
W Hosts Annual Community Health Fair
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W Hosts Annual Community Health Fair

COLUMBUS, Miss. (PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Health and Kinesiology at Mississippi University for Women will host its annual community health fair, which will feature more than 50 vendors. The health fair is scheduled for Friday, April 1 from 9 a.m. until noon in the Pohl Gymnasium. This year’s theme is “Recommitting to Our […]
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Video: Supervisor has Plans for New Fitness Center

A new fitness center is on its way to residents living near Sim Scott Park.
Congressman Bennie Thompson Writes Letter To EPA
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Congressman Bennie Thompson Writes Letter To EPA

Congressman Bennie Thompson writes a letter to the EPA citing major health problems in Grenada County.
More Travel-Related Zika Cases Confirmed In Alabama
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More Travel-Related Zika Cases Confirmed In Alabama

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Health officials say they’re confirmed two more cases of travel-related Zika virus in Alabama. A statement from the Department of Public Health says cases of the virus were detected in Jefferson and Shelby counties, which include much of the Birmingham metro area. The confirmations follow tests that are being performed on […]
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Video: Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Mississippi Foundation Funds ‘Bicycle Share’ Program At Local Junior College

Students, faculty and staff can use free bike share program.
3 months ago
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Video: “Marketplace Makeover”, Learning How To Shop Smart & Healthy

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – A group of shoppers filled the isles of the Columbus Kroger, learning how to shop for healthy foods. “People get to the grocery store and they’re so confused because there is just so many options, so we thought it would be a great way to come to the grocery store, walk through […]
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Video: North Miss. Students Give Back by Giving Blood

Some West Point kids are rolling up their sleeves for a good cause.