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Thyroid Awareness Month

By Chelsey | January 18, 2022

The thyroid is located in the neck and consists of a small butterfly-shaped gland. The gland influences the function of important organs such as the…

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Paget’s Awareness Day

By Chelsey | January 11, 2022

Paget’s disease is a disease of the bone that interferes with its normal process of gradually renews and replaces old bone tissue with new bone…

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National Blood Donor Month

By Chelsey | January 3, 2022

National Blood Donor Month is recognized every January for nearly 50 years to remind others about the lifesaving impact of blood and platelet donors. According…

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Happy Kwanzaa!

By Chelsey | December 29, 2021

May you enjoy this holiday season to the fullest and welcome all the goodness in your life.

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Limited Visiation

By Chelsey | December 27, 2021

To ensure the safety of our residents, we have begun limited visitation. Visitation hours- 9:00AM-8:00PM Visitors need to provide PCR results within 7 days prior…

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A Stunning Testimonial

By Chelsey | December 14, 2021

They say a picture speaks a thousand words. We agree! Here is what others had to say about us this week.

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National Handwashing Awareness Week

By Chelsey | December 6, 2021

Clean hands prevent sickness. Washing hands can keep you healthy and prevent the spread of respiratory and diarrheal infections from one person to the next.…

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Chron’s & Colitis Awareness Week

By Chelsey | December 1, 2021

Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that inflames the digestive tract and leads to abdominal pain, weight loss, and malnutrition. Ulcerative…

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National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

By Chelsey | November 23, 2021

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness aims to make the public aware of the disease and its scale amongst the American population. Alzheimer’s is the most common…

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World Diabetes Day

By Chelsey | November 14, 2021

Diabetes is a chronic disease in which the body cannot produce enough insulin to control glucose levels. World Diabetes Day was created in 1991 in…

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