We all have those days when things seem to slip our mind completely. Maybe you forgot to feed the dog before work or find yourself wondering why you walked into a room. But what happens when an older family member’s forgetfulness goes far beyond being absent-minded, and you fear this is the start of something…

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The end of October kicks off the holiday season, and as with everything else in 2020, it feels different this year. But just because adjustments are being made doesn’t mean we have to compromise the fun that Halloween brings! With a little innovation, and some child-like imagination, you can make this October 31st a Halloween…

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September 29th is World Heart Day! World Heart Day is an annual global campaign that was launched by the World Heart Federation in 2000. This campaign is committed to bringing awareness to the number one killer in the world that claims 17.9 million lives each year—heart disease. Although heart disease impacts both genders, it’s the…

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As a parent, there are countless life milestones you’ve been preparing for since you had your first child. Although the first day of school is on that list, no one could have anticipated the circumstances we’re currently under. Some things may be out of our control, but there are ways to feel more prepared for what you’re walking into. This…

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With the amount of outside activity that happens during the warmer months while kids are out of school, it’s no surprise that emergency room visits increase in the summertime. This month, we’re discussing a few common outdoor mishaps and how to prevent and protect yourself and your children from them. Summer Safety Five common outdoor…

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May 10-16 is National Food Allergy Awareness Week, a chance to educate others on the realities of living with a food allergy. Approximately 15-32 million Americans have food allergies, including 6 million children! Unlike food intolerances or sensitivities, food allergies are caused when your immune system incorrectly labels the proteins in certain foods as “damaging.”…

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New information about COVID-19 is released daily. And with social media, anyone has a platform to share news, whether it is true or not. It can be overwhelming to try to filter through everything that’s out there. That’s why we’re taking a look at a few popular COVID-19 theories circulating the internet and seeing what’s…

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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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