Health and Wellness


PVAMU CEP COVID-19 Preventative Measures
Disinfectants, Heat and UV Light


PVAMU CEP DIY Hand Sanitizer Tutorial

Are you frustrated because you can’t find any hand sanitizer at the store? Look no further! We have an easy and simple solution for you!! Grab these 3 household items and watch this tutorial. Remember, hand sanitizer should never replace hand washing, but it’s an “in the moment fixer”!


PVAMU CEP Don’t Rush Handwashing Challenge

This TikTok video was brainstormed between Rosondra Hartsfield, Te’Anna Reed, Kashara Bell, and Clara Walker. During this pandemic we wanted to spread awareness and stress the importance of handwashing. Our goal between our 3 districts is to stay virtually connected to our audience. We hope that you along with our community enjoy this creative tutorial between Falls, Harris, Wharton and Waller Counties.


ESSENTIAL WORKPLACE SAFETY


DELIVERY DURING THE PANDEMIC


PVAMU CEP COVID-19 DIY Face Mask


Wharton Covid Tips pvamu

Kashara L. Bell
Extension Agent, Wharton County
Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension Program
Family & Community Health
315 E. Milam St., Suite 112
Wharton, TX 77488

p: (979) 532-3371 | f: (979) 532-8863
kashara.bell@ag.tamu.edu


Hello Wharton County! These last couple of weeks has been very different to say the least. However, as a community we will get through COVID-19 pandemic safe and sound. Wharton County is so strong. The previous flood siutations definitly taught us many survival techniques. This newsletter will help us all stay updated and connected to each other. Feel free to contact
me if you have any questions, comments, or general concerns. Please stay safe and remain inside as much as possible. Below is a quick hand washing refresher to help us fight off germs.

Have a great day!

Agent Kashara Bell
Prairie View A&M CEP Family & Community Health
kashara.bell@ag.tamu.edu

 

PVAMU March Newsletter 032620

 


The prevalence of obesity has increased dramatically in the United States since the mid-1970s. If trends are not reversed, more people will suffer from diabetes at some point in their lives.  Others will face chronic obesity-related health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, and asthma. This program provides research based information on improving diet, exercise and overall health by consuming nutritious fruits and vegetables, while reducing foods that are high in fat and sugars.

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