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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday, we celebrate the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was one of the faces of the American Civil Rights Movement. Dr. King advocated for rights to vote, desegregation, labor rights and other basic civil rights for black Americans, including access to quality health care. “We are concerned about the constant use of federal […]

Time for Your Flu Shot!

Flu season is back. And just because COVID is still here doesn’t mean we can sleep on the flu. Many people thought that the flu went away last year. That was NOT the case. While we did see less flu cases last year, that was due to widespread mask wearing, as well as social distancing. […]

Back to School Routines

As kids start going back to school, it is a great time to get routines in place to help minimize stress and anxiety and increase efficiency and independence. Have a Morning Routine One of the easiest ways for kids of all ages to get a good start in the morning is to have a routine. […]

LGBTQ+ Health

June 7th, 2021 By: Mya Davidson People who are in the LGBTQ+ Community are members of every community. They are diverse and come from all walks of life, all races and ethnicities, all ages, and all socioeconomic statuses. Therefore, the needs of this community should be considered in public health efforts to improve the overall […]

June is Men’s Health Month!

May 26, 2021 By: Mya Davidson Studies Find Men are Statistically Less Healthy and Die Younger According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, men in the United States on average die 5 years earlier than women and die at higher rates from the three leading causes of death: Recent studies have shown that women […]

Having a Healthy Holiday Season: Pt. 2

We talked last time about eating healthy during the holidays. While eating healthy is important, it is not the only factor in health. This time we will discuss healthy habits, including ways to stay active and ways to enjoy the holiday season without the crowds and germs. Healthy Habits Get Moving Staying active is an […]

7 Easy Ways to Get Healthier

We all want to be healthy. It’s easy to think about, but not always too easy to actually make the changes necessary. Here are 7 easy ways to get healthier. Have a Set Bedtime Most people thing of bedtimes as something for kids, but the truth is that a bedtime helps people of all ages. […]

Get Men to the Doc!

Men have plenty of reasons for not going to the doctor: they don’t have a doctor, they don’t have time, money or insurance, they’re scared something might be wrong, or they’re scared they’ll feel uncomfortable with the exam or questions being asked. Whatever the reason is, we know that men often go up to 2 […]

African American Health

Did you know that African Americans have a higher rate of diabetes, heart disease, asthma and stroke than almost anyone else? Yes! Almost half of African Americans will develop some sort of heart disease in their lifetime. Stroke and heart disease are the number 1 killer of African Americans. That’s not the only thing either. […]

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