By Allison Benz In January 2016, the Michigan governor declared a state of emergency in Flint, Michigan because toxic levels of lead were discovered in tap water. The water crisis made headlines in national news and revealed to the public the harmful effects of lead in children’s growth and development. The Flint crisis shined a … Continue reading Why is there so much talk about Lead Poisoning in Lancaster?
We wanted to update you, our community, about what we at Launch have managed to accomplish in recent months. First, we recently became 501(c)3 certified! This means that any donations that we receive are tax deductible. Additionally, we have expanded our staff to include volunteers from the Lancaster community and Franklin & Marshall College collaborating … Continue reading Launch Report – July 2021
By Dr. Alan Peterson As a family doctor over many years, one gets to know, and in some cases, become one with families and patients. One such older couple was seeing me for the common medical issues in the elderly– hypertension, arthritis, diabetes, etc. They would always come in together, which many times helps the … Continue reading When to Accept Help