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    • Preventing type 2 diabetes : a guide to refer your patients with prediabetes to an evidence-based diabetes prevention program 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-04)
      This document describes steps to take in preventing type 2 diabetes. Included is a risk test, a prediabetes screening test and BMI calculation chart.
    • Private Well Program annual report 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2020-05-05)
      The EPA reports that approximately 15 percent of Americans rely on their own private drinking water supplies. South Carolina exceeds the national trend as slightly more than 20% of residents depend on individual wells. ...
    • Private Well Program annual report 2018-2019 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2019-07-17)
      The EPA reports that approximately 15 percent of Americans rely on their own private drinking water supplies. South Carolina exceeds the national trend as slightly more than 20% of residents depend on individual wells. ...
    • Private Well Program annual report 2019-2020 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2020-08-05)
      The EPA reports that approximately 15 percent of Americans rely on their own private drinking water supplies. South Carolina exceeds the national trend as slightly more than 20% of residents depend on individual wells. ...
    • Private wells : what to do before and after storms 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2022-09-30)
      This gives directions on how to maintain a well just before and after a storm.
    • Proper Cooking and Reheating Temperatures 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2015-04)
      Proper cooking and reheating temperatures will ensure that time/temperature control for safety foods are thoroughly cooked to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses. This guide tells the temperatures that food must be for ...
    • Proper cooling temperatures 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-07)
      Proper cooling temperatures will prevent microbial growth by helping limit the time that food is exposed to the temperature danger zone. After cooking or heating, Time/Temperature for Safety (TCS) foods must be cooled ...
    • Proper Cooling Temperatures 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2015-04)
      Proper cooling temperatures will prevent microbial growth by helping limit the time that food is exposed to the temperature danger zone. After cooking or heating, Time/Temperature for Safety (TCS) foods must be cooled ...
    • Proper cooling temperatures will prevent microbial growth by helping limit the time that food is exposed to the temperature danger zone 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2021-03-31)
      Proper cooling temperatures will prevent microbial growth by helping limit the time that food is exposed to the temperature danger zone. After cooking or heating, Time/Temperature for Safety (TCS) foods must be cooled ...
    • Proper holding temperatures 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-07)
      Proper holding temperatures will ensure that Time/Temperature Control for Safety foods are not in the temperature danger zone (between 45°F and 130°F) while food items are held for further preparation and/or consumption. ...
    • Proper Holding Temperatures 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2015-05)
      Proper holding temperatures will ensure that Time/Temperature Control for Safety foods are not in the temperature danger zone (between 45°F and 130°F) while food items are held for further preparation and/or consumption. ...
    • Protect your body, protect your temple : a toolkit for building healthier places of worship 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; University of South Carolina. Prevention Research Center (South Carolina State Library, 2021-07-28)
      This toolkit is designed to provide faith-based organizations with ideas and resources to help them plan, develop, and implement health related programs and activities. The activities and programs contained within the ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : benefits of physical activity 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-03)
      These bookmarks state: African-Americans are less likely to exercise than Caucasians ; in S.C., 1 in 3 African-Americans has high blood pressure and 1 in 3 has high cholesterol. This causes an increase in death rates from ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : Benefits of Physical Activity 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-11)
      These bookmarks state: African-Americans are less likely to exercise than Caucasians. In S.C., 1 in 3 African-Americans has high blood pressure and 1 in 3 has high cholesterol. This causes an increase in death rates from ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : Dangers of Smoking 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-10)
      These bookmarks state: African-Americans smoke less, but have more smoking-related diseases than Caucasians. Smoking causes cancer, heart disease and a higher chance of stroke. The Good News If smoking is stopped, the ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : Do You Know Your Kidney Count? 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-10)
      These bookmarks state: Your kidney count is a number that your doctor can tell you that could save your life. Your kidney count should be 90 or above. In South Carolina, 1 in 8 people has kidney disease. More than 70 ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : eat right for a healthier you! 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-03)
      These bookmarks explain that a poor diet is bad for your diabetes, high blood pressure & cholesterol. How you eat can make a difference in your health. It lists the following categories: eat more, eat less, whole grains, ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : Get the Facts about Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Trait 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-11)
      These bookmarks state: Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that affects red blood cells and causes organ damage, anemia, and lifelong episodes of pain. The disease most commonly affects people of African, ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : heart healthy nutrition 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-03)
      These bookmarks explain what you can do to lower diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It includes tips such as: eat more fruits and vegetables, choose meat with less fat, buy foods low in fat, salt and ...
    • Protect your body, your temple : Heart Healthy Nutrition 

      South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (South Carolina State Library, 2016-10)
      These bookmarks state: poor diet can have bad effects on diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol in African-Americans. What can you do? Eat more fruits and vegetables. Choose meat with less fat. Buy foods low ...