14 New China

14 New China
14 New China is listed in the Restaurants category in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for 14 New China which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of 14 New China on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 83.

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132 Main St E
Sleepy Eye, MN 56085
(507) 794-5118
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RT @MnPCA: It's National Environmental Education Week! Stay tuned - tips for educators and students coming to you all week! #EEWeek @NEEFus…

Protecting yourself from diseases carried by mosquitos like #Zika can be as easy as using bug spray & long sleeves. health.state.mn.us/divs/idepc/dto…

RT @HennepinMedical: #Vaccines are like bike helmets; they protect kids. @mnhealth @CDCgov ow.ly/LGmt30apDkc

RT @MPRnews: Minnesota's health commissioner calls rise in sexually transmitted diseases "alarming" mprnews.org/story/2017/04/…

Home visiting is a simple and effective service. A nurse visits a teen mom at home and provides parenting coaching, makes referrals to health services and helps promote a safe environment during her pregnancy and the child's first years of life. Every $1 spent on home visiting in Minnesoat saves $2.88 and $5.70.
By Minnesota Commissioner of Health Dr. Ed Ehlinger, St. Paul, MN and Horizon Public Health Administrator Sandy Tubbs, Alexandria, MNParenting is the toughest and most important job most of us will ever do. It's difficult under the best of circumstances — but when you are a pregnant teen, the challe...

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Minnesota Department of Health shared Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management's photo.
Did you hear the sirens earlier? There will be another drill tonight.
It happens every year, but startles us anyway. The whir of outdoor warning sirens will likely catch people off guard today. While they may be loud and inconvenient, the simulated drills remind all of us where to take shelter in a tornado. Snap a picture of yourself in your designated shelter and share it with us using #SafePlaceSelfie.