March 16th through the 22nd is Brain Awareness Week! This global campaign started 25 years ago as an education initiative to raise awareness for brain health and science. In honor of Brain Awareness Week, we’re sharing interesting information about the human brain and the reasons why it’s important to protect it. Fun facts The brain…

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As a responsible healthcare provider, it is crucial to keep our customers and staff up to date with the most relevant information regarding the Corona Virus. Here is what we know and do not know as of this information release. 1. The novel coronavirus, now called SARS-CoV-2, causes the disease COVID-19. The virus was first…

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A study for the CDC showed that an estimated 61 million adults in the US are at risk for vision loss, but only 50% had seen an eye doctor in the past year. We only have one pair of eyes, so let’s take care of them! This month, we’re sharing the ways you can keep…

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Start this year on a fresh foot by saying goodbye to old eating habits and implementing a cleaner, healthier way of life. Whether your new year resolution is to lose weight or just feel better, eating a balanced diet can go a long way. A healthy diet focuses on fruits, whole grains, vegetables, and protein,…

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The holidays are upon us! It can be easy to lose sight of practicality when we’re swept up in the excitement of our holiday plans. But, thinking ahead and planning accordingly can help everything run smoother. Before you hit the roads for the holidays, review these helpful tips to keep you and your loved ones…

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November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month; four weeks dedicated to raising awareness of the seriousness of lung cancer and its risk factors. Although the number of new lung cancer cases has dropped in recent years, along with the rate of smoking, lung cancer is still the deadliest cancer among both men and women in the…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! This month is a time to gather information, share your stories, and show support for those affected by the disease. In honor of the 1.38 million new cases annually, and in memory of the 458,000 deaths each year, we’re encouraging people everywhere raise awareness about breast cancer in October.…

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The last week of September is dedicated as National Women’s Health and Fitness Week. Each year, organizations across the world recognize this week by participating in events and raising awareness for women’s health. In honor of National Women’s Health and Fitness Week, we’re talking about the most common female health risks and ways to prevent…

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Closeup of young woman suffering from pain kidney disease while sitting on bed at home, Healthcare And Medicine concept

According to the National Kidney Foundation, there are 37 million American adults living with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and millions of others are at increased risk. Kidney disease develops when the kidneys lose their ability to filter waste, toxins, and excess fluids from the body. The disease is called “chronic” because the damage to your…

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Child sleeping

Sleep can be a sensitive subject for kids, especially once it’s time for them to get back to school. For plenty of young ones, sleep is just part of the process. Work hard in the classroom, play hard on the playground, study hard at home, and they’re down for dreamtime within a few seconds of…

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