Angel Smith

Angel Smith

Angel is the Director of Clay County Public Health. She is passionate about serving the community.

Blog/Article posts by this Author:

  • A Healthy Smile from the Start: Dental Care for Babies and Toddlers

    Babies and smiles are a natural combo and to assure your baby grows up with a healthy smile, dental care begins before the first tooth even emerges. Angel Smith from Clay County Public Health shares important insight into pediatric dental care for infants and children.

  • Have a Happier Holiday Season: Holiday Stress Management

    Oh, the holiday season is upon us! It's a time of merriment, gatherings of family and friends, a flurry of activities including shopping, baking and holiday programs … And, for many, it's a time of stress. Angel Smith, Clay County Public Health nurse, provides tips and tricks to help "de-stress" during the holidays and add a little more "all is calm" back into the season.

  • Have Fun While Being Safe at the Clay County Fair

    The Clay County Fair will soon be underway! Angel Smith from Clay County Public Health talks about hand hygiene and other important health and safety tips to make sure you and your family can enjoy the fair!

  • With Summer's Sizzle, Tips for Preventing Hot Car Fatalities

    Beat the heat, check the back seat! While there can be several dangers to leaving a child unattended in a vehicle, the biggest danger is heat stroke, which can damage the brain and other body organs, and can even lead to death. So far in 2023, there have been 11 child deaths in the United States from vehicular heatstroke. Public health nurse Angel Smith reminds parents of the importance of never leaving a child in the back seat in her latest blog.

  • Celebrate the Fourth of July Safely During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Traditionally the Fourth of July is known for fireworks, food, and celebrating with friends. This year, families and local communities are taking a different approach to how they are celebrating the 4th due to implications brought upon the COVID-19 pandemic.

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