Breast Cancer Awareness Breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women, except for skin cancers. This means that 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. 😳Unfortunately, about every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States. This year, an estimated 41,760 women will die from breast cancer in the U.S. #wearenotokaywiththis
The good news is that we have seen a gradual reduction in female breast cance
Well, we made it to March! Wave good bye to FLU season and hello to allergy season.
Any day now the blooms and green dust are coming. It’s time to start preparing NOW! Spring allergies seem to be the worst for most people, and begin in March for our area.
Symptoms include: sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion and itchy, watery eyes. There are several things to help slow these nagging symptoms down besides moving to the moon. Start preventive medicine like Zyrtec or Clarit
We wanted to give you the latest information we have on the COVID-19 "Corona" virus.
Here is what we know so far and some tips for you: - There is now person to person spread in China, South Korea, Japan, Italy, Iran, and the West Coast of the United States.
- CDC recommendations are, to be prepared for more cases here in the United States and most likely at least some community spread (meaning people are not sure where their sickness originated from).
- This is a common c
“Healthcare is already fixed, it’s just not evenly distributed,” Dave Chase laments in his writings about employer’s struggles with healthcare costs. It’s a play on what the Sci-Fi writer Gibson said over 20 years ago: “the future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed.” The future of healthcare is NOW! There are many companies and municipalities who are living in the future and have solved the healthcare mystery for their employees already. We can learn a lot from