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  • Resolve to Take Care of Yourself and Others This New Year

    The New Year is a time to pause and reflect on the past year. It gives you time to see how far you have come and how much more you have to go. It can be exciting, fun, and daunting, all at the same time. However, things might change a little when you have elderly parents or loved ones to care for. In those moments, you cannot focus solely on yourself. It can take a toll on you. This new year, make ...
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  • April is Parkinson's Awareness Month

    It seems that in today’s world, nearly everyone knows someone with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). It could be grandparent or one of your parents, a relative, or a dear family friend. April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and so we want to dedicate this article to the millions of families who are dealing with PD. We will explain some of the facts about the illness and we’ll highlight how your local ...
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  • February is American Heart Month

    The month of February is American Heart Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control, at least 67 million Americans have high blood pressure, a leading cause of heart disease. Someone who fails to monitor his or her high blood pressure means that person is three to four times more likely to have a stroke or develop heart disease as a person with average blood pressure. Although high blood ...
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  • Bladder Cancer Awareness

    One of the only national awareness days in July dedicated to raising awareness for the detection, treatment and prevention of Bladder Cancer. A key part of this is consistently new research to enhance our understanding for diagnosis and management of this disease. Your bladder is the part of your urinary system that stores urine and contracts or expands depending on how full it is. When it ...
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