The poor doggies! A lot of the major concerns are obviously for children and other humans, but for many people, their fur babies ARE their children! It's beyond sad to imagine an animal who can't talk to you suffering from lead poisoning and being able to do nothing about it. If you or someone you k…
I have often wondered how Flint residents without transportation pick up bottled water? The nightmare that is the Flint water crisis continues and my heart goes out to Flint residents that are living this BS day in and day out. A new lawsuit against the state is demanding that bottled water be deliv…
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha has been at the forefront of the Flint water crisis and her efforts have not gone unnoticed. The good doctor is in the running to be featured in Time Magazine's most influential people of 2016.
Looks like Flint will be receiving another donation from the Michigan Masonic Charitable Foundation. This money will be used to help children affected by the water crisis in both the short and long term. From medical costs to healthy food and more.
It's really tough to try and build trust with the people of Flint after everything they've been through but Gov. Snyder is trying to do just that and he says, the number one priority is the children of Flint and their health.
We all know the Flint Water Crisis is a hot topic right now. Earlier this week, Governor Snyder went to a congressional hearing about the matter. At one point, during all of the sworn testimony. Congressman Matt Cartwright went on the attack against Snyder and then posted this on his Facebook page.
Calling all Flint parents. If your family has been affected by the water crisis, you need to have your child/children tested for lead. There are a few upcoming screening events this month. If you have additional questions, contact the Genesee County Health Department at (810) 257-3612.