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July 2015

According to http://healthfinder.gov/nho/  August is National Immunization Awareness Month.Immunization helps people of all ages prevent dangerous and oftentimes deadly diseases. Kids aren't the only ones who need shots. Adults need to stay protected against serious illnesses like the flu, measles, and pneumonia.Now is...

People in groups, especially in professionally structured groups, tend to bicker with each other about the way things should be run. It’s human nature for people to have differing opinions that lead to arguments. No workplace would be complete without a little...

Eat the rainbowNutrition experts dole out a ton of advice about how to eat well—and, most importantly, not lose your mind doing it. But there are some tips that stand the test of time, and that experts themselves follow. (Because, yes, they’re...

“I’m bored!”  It’s the two words every parents dread as school lets out for summer.  Fear not; I’ve put together two weeks worth of fun summer activities for kids to keep them busy, and their parents sane.The list of summer activities ranges in cost from...

When an elderly parent is recovering from a stroke, there is perhaps no more helpful advice for family caregivers than “Expect the unexpected.” “Every stroke is different,” says David Siegelman, Director of Rehabilitation at The Hebrew Home in Riverdale by RiverSpring Health in...

No one wants to spend hours planning menus, making countless trips to the grocery store and slaving in the kitchen, only to endure dull and tasteless food. If you want to eat healthy, home-cooked meals without all the fuss, try a seasonal pantry makeover. To...

Congratulations, David! David is our Tuition Reimbursement Winner for June! He will be getting a refund from us soon. You could be next!"Hi there, my name is David and I am the father of two wonderful children.  Austin, my son is seven and Jocelyn, my daughter, is...

Results from an extensive new study suggest that early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease appear up to 18 years before the disease is officially diagnosed. Researchers publishing in the journal Neurology gave 2,125 people, average age 73, a test of memory and thinking...

Results from an extensive new study suggest that early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease appear up to 18 years before the disease is officially diagnosed. Researchers publishing in the journal Neurology gave 2,125 people, average age 73, a test of memory and thinking...

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