With a recent death caused by tularemia in Big Horn County and at least 11 other known cases in the state, Wyoming Department of Health officials are warning people to take steps to protect themselves.
With flu activity reports stepping up across the state, residents are encouraged by the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) to take common-sense steps to avoid spreading influenza or becoming ill with the disease.
Wyoming’s program offers free nicotine replacement therapy for those who medically qualify and will also cover a significant portion of the costs for prescription medications meant to help individuals quit.
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