Traditionally, Halloween is a time where kids dress up in costumes, maybe scare a few people, and go door to door, collecting candy. For some kids, 1 in 13 have a food related allergy, and cannot eat candy that has been processed in factories and exposed to nuts/soy/milk/wheat/ gluten. People have been catching on to the […]
Today is Emergency Nurse Day. Comment below if you know one, or one has saved your life!
Today is World Mental Health Day. While, health is generally considered to be related to eliminating physical ailments, the conversation is rarely based upon the importance of having a healthy mind, with innocuous thought patterns. Mental disorders range from eating disorders, mood disorders, and personality disorders. Having issues with mental health, is much more common […]
It’s National Health Care Supply Chain Week!!!
October is generally known as the unofficial start of Autumn, and a chance to get spooked out by halloween costumes and decorations. The only thing scarier is that 1 in 8 women will develop Breast Cancer. October is Breast cancer Awareness Month, generally signified by a pink ribbon. It is one of those ubiquitous diseases […]
Today is World Alzheimer’s Day. Unfortunately, this disease is incurable, and can not be prevented since predisposed genetics are large factors in the nature of the disease. Alzheimer’s is a degenerative brain disease that affects and kills the synapses between brain cells. These cells are unable to filter information through broken pathways, and result in confusion and […]
Most people are aware of the beginning of fall from the drop in temperature and the change of leaves from green to orange, red, and gold. But fall also has another name: Flu Season – which will extend far into winter. One of the few ways to protect yourself is to receive the influenza vaccine. […]
Everyone loves space for its sublime qualities of being scary, expansive, interesting, and beautiful. Please make extra safety cautions while viewing the eclipse. If you don’t have safety eclipse glasses, do not stare at the eclipse. The sun being as powerful as it is, will still blind you during an eclipse. Please refer to NASA’s […]
Today is World Hepatitis Day. We are taking this moment to remember those who have died, and those currently fighting Hepatitis. To those who have been cured, congratulations. For more information on this topic, please visit, here, here, and here.
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