World Health Day 

April 7, 2023  ̶  World Health Day  ̶  the World Health Organization will observe its 75th anniversary. 

On World Health Day reduce your stress, go for a walk, eat healthy, reduce your plastic exposure, and be kind!

In 1948, countries of the world came together and founded WHO (World Health Organization) to promote health, keep the world safe and serve the vulnerable – so everyone, everywhere can attain the highest level of health and well-being.    

World Health Day 2023: 4 Simple Practices That Will Improve Your Health ( 

Manage your stress, sleep 8 hours, eat a healthy diet, and exercise daily! 

I would add to also reduce your plastic use: How Plastics Threaten Human Health From ‘Cradle to Grave’ – EcoWatch

Important Reads from the Past Week


Pollution is a human caused factor creating the reality of climate change and harming the health of all people, our oceans, and all living things. See articles below:   New research shows that human impact on the climate will heavily influence marine habitats by 2100, supporting a study earlier this month that showed coral reefs could be extinct by 2050. Pollution is expensive and we are all paying the costs to our lives, environment and through higher taxes.  And….  The World Health Organization has come out saying that pollution causes cancer.   Minnesota is trying to adjust for the future to the changes in the climate for the north woods.  What new trees might thrive or will the north country become prairie?