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- August 11th-17th is National Health Cent
- Summer seems to have finally kicked out
- Minority Health Month
- April is Sexually Transmitted Infection Awareness month
- February is Heart Health Month
- June is Home Safety Month
- May is High Blood Pressure Education Month
- March is National Nutrition Month
- February is American Heart Month
- Free Massage Therapy!
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August 11th-17th is National Health Center Week, which shows appreciation to more than 1200 health centers that provide care to vulnerable communities in the U.S.. Community Heath Centers, or CHCs, treat more than 21 millions patients annually, often times overcoming … Continue reading
Summer seems to have finally kicked out all of the rain and clouds, and everyone is ready to enjoy the great outdoors! But, before you gather up family and friends, stock the cooler, and fire up the grill; here are … Continue reading
April has held quite a few national health observances for us, but we would like to round out the month paying some special attention to a topic that we see as a very important one, minority health. Amongst other health … Continue reading
April is a wonderful time of year here in Minnesota, the snow is melting and the birds are chirping. But with April comes not only signs of Spring, but several month long health observances, one of which is Sexually Transmitted … Continue reading
Heart Health Month As the organ that keeps us going, it’s extremely important to keep your heart as healthy as you can. Every year, heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States, killing … Continue reading
Why do we observe Home Safety Month? 55 people die in their homes each day and another 58,000 are injured and seek medical care These casualties can be avoided by taking simple home safety precautions What are some common injuries … Continue reading
We are supporting high blood pressure education this month. Test your knowledge of HBP and learn about it below! Test your High Blood Pressure IQ here! What is High Blood Pressure? “High Blood Pressure (HBP) is a serious condition that … Continue reading
The American Dietetic Association’s theme for March 2011 is “Eat Right with Color.” In honor of the ADA’s theme, we’ve made up a little slogan of our own: “March forth, and eat apples…and bananas and yams and blueberries and broccoli!” … Continue reading
Heart disease is the number one cause of death. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of disability. The most common heart disease in the United States is coronary heart … Continue reading