GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A Grants Pass couple holds weekly Zoom meetings discussing how the community can prevent another pandemic in the future.
The online presentations are lead by John Chambers.
He explains what’s called the “three-legged stool of public health” which helps build one’s immunity.
Those include: environment, agent and the host.
Working on our core nutrition, making sure we have the right supplements and taking care of ourselves are key to staying healthy.
“The more self-reliant a person is, the more a person is willing to be in connection with other people, but is strong enough to be who they are, as well, then the less trouble you have just all around,” Chambers said.
There are more zoom meetings coming up for you to take part in.
NBC5 News reporter/weather forecaster Aaron Nilsson is a Southern California native, but most recently lived in Seattle. He’s also lived in Sweden and Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Scandinavian Studies. While at BYU, he covered sports for BYUtv.
Aaron is not new to the Medford/Klamath Falls market. He was a local TV journalist from 2013-2017.
Outside the station, Aaron enjoys music, traveling, sports, movies, and cooking. His favorite sport is soccer.