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TURTLE Camp Gone Virtual

By: Meagan Mahtushquah, BSN, RN, and Kelsey Tangney, MS, RD/LD CCNP CLC The summer of 2020 looked a little different for Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s (OKCIC) Health Promotion Disease Prevention (HPDP) department.  Instead of hosting weekly camps and programs, HPDP…

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A Journey of Resiliency

By: Ashton Gatewood, MPH, RN, CPH There are many paths in life, but the American Indian community strives to support its people every step of the way. One of Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s (OKCIC) staff has felt that support and…

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How To Make Face Masks

Make a bandana-style face mask You will need: A bandana or scarf 2 x elastic or rubber bands, or hair ties A coffee filter, paper towel or kitchen roll (optional) The easiest method for making your own face mask involves…

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Natives Count Census 2020

What is the Census? The U.S. Constitution requires an accurate count of the nations population every 10 years and is the most inclusive civic activity in the United States, covering every person in every household. It is integral to U.S.…

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Running in the Rain

Mother nature is not always a friend to Oklahoma. This held true on May 18, 2019. Oklahoma City Indian Clinic’s (OKCIC) 19th annual Walk for Wellness and 5K Run was scheduled on this day and fell victim to mother nature’s…

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