Be safe during harvest and year-round on the farm and roads. Even if you are not working on the farm, you may still follow tractors or semi-trailers during harvest on gravel roads or local highways. Encourage all to learn more about tractor safety, as no one can take your place!

To see some great information about Farm Safety, join our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/butlercoclinic

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From our families to your family: Happy Easter! Enjoy the day together. We invite you to also enjoy this season and put some spring in your step with a walk outdoors for your health! Again, Happy Easter!
—Your providers, nurses and office staff
Butler County Clinic


Now that Spring has finally arrived, it’s time to take your workout outdoors! A simple walk is a great start. Ready to STEP it up? Join Fitness Coach, Chris Varano for a fun workout that will definitely put some spring back into your step and get you out of those winter blues.

Lower Body Moves:

1. Stair Step Ups

2. Calf Raises

3. Side Squats

Upper Body Move:

4. Push Ups

Click here to see the video to see each move in motion!


‘Sometimes, the last thing we need at the beginning of a new year is the addition of a grueling new workout regime,’ Karen tells Metro.co.uk.

‘Starting out gentler and slower gives us time to recover from the busy festive season, it gives us a chance to breathe and relax and ease our way into a new year, and it also gives us the chance to check in with our bodies and give them what they need whether that be rest, stretching, a gentle jog, or some heavy deadlifts.’

Here are some tips for starting a new habit with exercise that doesn’t have to be all-or-nothing:

  1. Try not to do too much too soon. Aim for two workouts each week until that becomes a regular habit. Trying to do too much too soon can lead to injury and can also limit the enjoyability factor as exercising too often can make it feel like a chore.
  1. Take some time to try out different things until you find a form of exercise that you actually enjoy and look forward to. And don’t forget online classes – these can often be a more affordable and accessible option.
  1. You don’t have to do an hour of exercise for it to ‘count’. Even ten minutes of exercise will be of benefit. Be realistic about the amount of time you can reasonably put aside for a workout. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing.
  1. Begin to notice how different types of exercise make you feel depending on your mood or emotional state. How do you feel after a session of HIIT? Refreshed, more vigorous, or does it leave you feeling more fatigued? How about when you lift weights? How do you feel after?
    Being curious about how our bodies react to different types of movement depending on how we’re feeling means that we get better at selecting a workout that will support our health and help us to manage our mental and emotional well-being as well as our physical health.


Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies makes for the best simple, filling, and nutritious dinner with virtually no cleanup! Toss this killer seasoning blend with your favorite veggies and smoked sausage and then roast them all to perfection. Top with freshly grated Parmesan cheese and enjoy as is or over a cooked grain.

Pair Sheet Pan Sausage and Veggies with a quick and simple salad like this Cucumber salad or Fruit salad recipe.
See the full recipe at https://www.chelseasmessyapron.com/one-pan-healthy-sausage-and-veggies/#_a5y_p=5830687




Make Sure Your Small Wins Are Doable

Maybe you want to inject a little bit more creativity into your day-to-day. Looking to take a few more steps per day? Or, adding a vegetables to your plate at each meal? Ask yourself: Is this goal sustainable? The trick is to track something that creates forward momentum and is doable every single day.

Aim for something called “micromastery“—finding a small, concrete skill you can master before leveling up to the next one.


Learn more at https://advice.theshineapp.com/articles/tackling-a-big-goal-focus-on-your-small-but-mighty-moves/


Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, killing more women than all forms of cancer combined. Learn what it means to Go Red For Women to help women like you fight back:


Ask your doctor to check your blood pressure and cholesterol.


Stop smoking, lose weight, exercise, and eat healthy.

It’s up to you. No one can do it for you.


We think it won’t happen to us, but heart disease kills one of three women.


Make healthy food choices for you and your family.

Teach your kids the importance of staying active.


Tell every woman you know that heart disease is our No. 1 killer.


Butler County Health Care Center continues to offer the Monoclonal Antibodies (MABs) COVID-19 treatment option. Below is information on qualifications for treatment, how MAB’s work and how to request MAB treatment. If you have COVID-19 symptoms or have recently tested positive for COVID-19 call BCHCC at 402-367-1265 to find out if you are a candidate for MABs.
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