Hmong Times Health
Our Hmong Times Health section delivers valuable information to the Hmong Community regarding pending health issues, ways to stay healthy, articles from medical professionals regarding health issues we all face.
In recent months, families have been doing their part by staying at home as much as possible to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Caring for your child when he or she is sick is a vital part of parenting. However, routine visits to your pediatrician as your child and teen grow are also crucial to healthy development.
Vaccines are perhaps the best hope for ending the COVID-19 pandemic. Two pharmaceutical companies have applied for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) emergency use authorization for new COVID-19 vaccines, and a limited number of vaccines will be available before the end of the year.
Flu and COVID-19 are spreading this winter. A flu vaccine is one of the best ways to stop the flu. It is more important than ever to do what we can to stop illnesses like flu, so we do not overwhelm our health care system.
Factors outside our control will dictate timing but we know the vaccine is coming – and production and distribution will ramp up over time. When the vaccine is shipped to Minnesota, we are ready.
COVID Community Coordinators (CCCs) are community-based organizations that connect Minnesota’s diverse communities to COVID testing and resources.
Some of the questions you might be asking are, “Should I be freaking out about COVID-19?” and “Why can’t I hang out with my friends in person?”. You may be feeling worried, bored, or frustrated.
State Opens Saliva Testing Location At Minneapolis Convention Center Offering Free Saliva Tests To Anyone Who Needs It
The State of Minnesota has opened a saliva testing site on Monday at the Minneapolis Convention Center. This is the eighth in the state, offering free saliva tests to any Minnesotan who believes they need to be tested.
(StatePoint) Your neighbor is selling fashion masks. Your uncle – expert at everything – wears a sophisticated respirator with a valve. Your dental hygienist wears a medical mask.
Holidays are one of the ways Minnesotans celebrate the people and events that we care about. Some are major U.S. holidays. Others are celebrated in our diverse communities and are important expressions of culture, faith, and family connection.