Safety Tips to Protect Against Foodborne Illness at Tailgate Parties

With fall comes football, and with football comes tailgate parties. The United States Department of Agriculture recently published a list of safety guidelines to help participants in tailgate parties avoid foodborne illnesses: Keep hands clean: chefs and guests should wash their hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds before and after handling food. If… Learn More »

Public Health Crisis for Oregon Children

Hunger is a serious public health concern with long-term consequences, especially for children.  Food insecurity affects women and children disproportionately in our community, and contributes to adverse health conditions.  Fetal malnutrition can result in compromised health and development throughout the child’s life.  Growing children that do not get enough food are particularly prone to health… Learn More »