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    June Is Men's Health Month

    Our parents spend so much of their time taking care of us, it’s easy to forget that they need to take care of themselves. June is men’s health month and along with the hugs and cards and special dinners to celebrate Father’s Day, be sure to remind Dad that the best way to care for his family is to take care of himself too. Then give him an extra hug.   Read More >

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    May is Women's Health Month

    This May we celebrate Women’s Health Month and Mother’s Day, which offer us all a unique opportunity to check in with the women in our lives. Oftentimes it can be hard for women to put themselves before their friends and family, but when it comes to their health, it’s more important than ever to practice a little self-care.  Read More >

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    Balancing life — taking care of you

    Spring is the perfect time of year to focus on finding balance in your daily life. Cleaning out the clutter and focusing on you helps you better care for those around you. Work/life balance for caregivers Many caregivers are juggling careers and children as well as taking care of a parent or spouse.   Read More >

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    Keep an Eye on Your Allergies this March!

    Spring may be in the air, but so may allergens like dust and pollen. Fear not, though! There are plenty of simple steps you can take to help combat common allergens, so you can feel great and get out and enjoy the (hopefully) warming weather!Start at homeIt’s important to minimize the number of allergens found at home before they can affect you!   Read More >

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    Keep Your Heart Healthy During Heart Month!

    February is Heart Month! And while being health conscious is important year round, let this February serve as an opportunity to take a step back, learn the facts, and support those in your life who have been affected by heart disease and stroke.Knowledge is powerDid you know that 1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke? Fortunately, however, 80% of these cases are entirely preventable.   Read More >

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