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Did you Know?

Did you Know?

November is known for many significant holidays and occasions as well as it being the last official month of autumn.  From holidays such as Thanksgiving and Veterans Day, to remembrances of the end of WWI and the Gettysburg address.  The month of November also recognizes the following health observances: bladder health, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, epilepsy, healthy skin, family caregivers, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, stomach cancer, and the great American Smoke out.  With many health awareness’s dedicated to cancer, many individuals practice No Shave November to help promote it.  Some additional interesting health facts about the month of November include some research has shown that babies born in the month of November are less likely to develop multiple sclerosis and other health conditions.  It has also been studied that babies born in November and other fall months are more likely to reach 100 years old, compared to other birth months.  If you’re looking for a warm retreat in November, this month is found to be the warmest in Bangkok and Singapore.  Guinness World Records Day is held in November where people across the world set to break an existing record or set a new one of various types.  November is an exciting month and there are many ways, as noted above, to celebrate!

For information on the Health Observances this month, check out the source:

https://sso.welcoa.org/server/?cmd=attach&broker=WELCOA&token=1f171e4a955e8bce1086e86697d7b50b&checksum=aaff91294f33e99f0f9669e265da8b1e&redirect=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.welcoa.org%2Fhealth-observances%2Fnovember%2F

Information was also sourced from the following sites:

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaneurology/fullarticle/1676651

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn22054-autumn-babies-more-likely-to-hit-100/

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