Recognizing A Stroke Can Save Your Life

By admin | May 24, 2022

Did you know that May is National Stroke Awareness Month? We’re sharing some facts and need to know information about what a stroke looks like, how to lower your chances of having one, and what the risks are. What is a stroke The American Stroke Association defines a stroke as…

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5 Helpful Tips to Manage Stress

By jsmith | April 5, 2022

Inhale…Exhale…April is Stress Awareness Month! In 1993, Stress Awareness Month was created to bring attention to the causes and cures for the “modern stress epidemic.” And with almost half of all U.S. adults recently reporting that stress negatively affects their behavior, this is a great time to talk about the…

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Protecting Your Brain: TBI Awareness

By jsmith | March 14, 2022

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. Each year, this initiative aims to raise awareness of the growing prevalence of traumatic brain injuries and how we can better protect ourselves. First, let’s review how our brains work! The brain is a part of your body’s central nervous system, and it functions…

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Tips for a Healthy Relationship

By jsmith | February 10, 2022

When you love someone, your feelings extend far beyond one day of the year. Roses and chocolate are always nice, but there are many meaningful ways to express how much you care about someone past February 14th! A thoughtful way to show your love is by caring for your significant…

The Difference between COVID-19, the Flu, Allergies, RSV, and a Cold

By jsmith | January 13, 2022

We’ve all been there; you wake up with a sore throat and your brain immediately starts rattling off the possible sicknesses you’ve caught. With cold and flu season colliding with COVID-19 spikes, it’s hard to tell what you’ve come down with. Cue the frantic Googling! To help settle some of…

Emergency Room Services

By jsmith | January 5, 2022

Providing the care you deserve When thinking of a hospital, it may be hard to remember a time when anything other than COVID-19 came to mind. And although our healthcare workers on the frontlines continue to give this pandemic their all, hospital and emergency room care extend far beyond the…

Get Your Elf on the Shelf a Doctor’s Note

By jsmith | December 1, 2021

It’s that time of year again! Time to break out the hot chocolate, Christmas lights, and your child’s favorite—Elf on the Shelf! We understand that during the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it can be hard to keep up. That’s why we’re offering a unique way to give parents…

Caring for Your Skin

By jsmith | November 8, 2021

Skin is the largest organ we have, so why does it often get neglected? November is National Healthy Skin Month, a reminder to take care of the skin you’re in. We’re sharing our easy self-care tips, as well as skin cancer risks and red flags to look for.   Tips…

Understanding ADHD

By jsmith | October 18, 2021

We’ve all heard of ADHD before, but what exactly does it entail? We’re breaking it down for National ADHD Awareness Month! You may have heard someone throw around the term when they felt scatterbrained, but true ADHD isn’t a momentary fog or a temporary phase; it’s a diagnosable behavioral disorder…

What You Need to Know About Newborn Screening

By jsmith | September 16, 2021

September is Newborn Screening Awareness Month! As exciting as becoming a new parent is, the preparation can be overwhelming. It’s hard to sift through all the advice and information out there for those expecting. That’s why we’re utilizing Newborn Screening Awareness Month to educate soon-to-be moms and dads about the…