Pack a Greener Lunch

Pack a Greener Lunch

Did you know that the average school generates as much as 20 tons of waste per year. Here are some easy, eco-friendly and economical tips to help you make your kids’ lunches a little “greener.” Reuse Sandwich Bags According to the Natural Resources Defense Council it is safe to reuse plastic food-storage bags until they start to look "cloudy,” or they have held deli meat, mayonnaise, or things that easily spoil. Read more »
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September 10, 2018
Poison Ivy and how to root it out the natural way

Poison Ivy and how to root it out the natural way

If you have ever had the unfortunate occasion of coming into contact with poison ivy (or one of it’s diabolical pals – poison oak or poison sumac) you probably know how quickly it can turn a walk in the woods into a regrettable experience. And even worse is the fact that you don’t have to hit the hiking trail to find yourself itching for relief. You can run into it Read more »
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July 05, 2018
How to Make Your Summer Greener

How to Make Your Summer Greener

Plant a garden or buy local produce. Growing a garden is such a fun and rewarding way to spend some time with your family. It’s the ultimate in knowing where your food is coming from and it will save you money. If you don’t have the space for a garden, plant a container garden or consider banding together with other families in the neighborhood to develop a community garden. To Read more »
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May 06, 2018
How “green” is your meal kit?

How “green” is your meal kit?

Prepackaged, home delivered meal kits roughly entered the U.S. market in 2012 and by 2016 our share of sales made up 40 percent of the $1 billion industry globally. That’s a lot of meal kits. But what’s not to love? You select a meal, then someone else shops for the ingredients, packages them in insulated boxes along with recipe cards that include detailed cooking and serving instructions, and ships them Read more »
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March 12, 2018
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in the news Surgeon General Visits Mississippi to Discuss Measures to Stem the Opioid Crisis
Posted Fri 07/6/2018 12:14PM

JACKSON, Miss. – Dr. Jerome Adams, the nation’s 20th U.S. Surgeon General visited Mississippi in May to bring the message read more »

Good News for Some Breast Cancer Patients – No Chemo Needed
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A major international study recently concluded that many women with early-stage breast cancer who normally would receive read more »

Entergy Warns of Electrical Safety Hazards Around Docks and Marinas
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JACKSON, Miss. – As a part of its outreach and education efforts to promote electrical safety and prevent injuries and read more »

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