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Seasons of Health- Season 1: Winter

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Forest County Resources

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Is your car winter ready?

Have maintenance service on your vehicle as often as the manufacturer recommends.
 
In addition, every fall, do the following:
*Have the radiator system serviced or check the antifreeze level yourself with an antifreeze tester. Add antifreeze as needed.
*Replace windshield-wiper fluid with a wintertime mixture.
*Make sure the tires on your car have adequate tread and air pressure. Replace any worn tires and fill low tires with air to the proper pressure recommended for your car (typically between 30-35 psi).
*Keep the gas tank near full to help avoid ice in the tank and fuel lines.
*Keep your car in good working order. Be sure to check the following: heater, defroster, brakes, brake fluid, ignition, emergency flashers, exhaust, oil, and battery.
 
Please see the CDC website for more winter tips: https://www.cdc.gov/…/winter/beforestorm/preparehome.html
 
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Tobacco Press Release: The Great American Smokeout

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