Stroke Awareness Month: Prevention, Risks, and How to Recognize the Signs Did you know that stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States? And, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), strokes are also one of the leading...

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month In the United States, Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month is held every March. The goal of this month is to educate people about MS, its symptoms, and how to deal with it. MS is a chronic disease that affects the brain and spinal...

Tips to Keep Your Heart Young and Healthy Throughout Life: American Heart Month This February, in honor of American Heart Month, we wanted to share some tips to keep your heart young and healthy throughout life. It is important to start taking care of your heart early...

The Importance of Blood Donor Month

Did you know that one donation of blood can save up to three lives? That’s why blood donation is so important! Every day, patients rely on blood transfusions to survive. By donating your blood, you can help ensure that these patients have access to the...

National Safe Toys and Gifts Month

Did you know that approximately 217,000 children are treated at hospital emergency rooms for toy-related injuries? The holidays are a time of joy and celebration. It can also be a time where kids get into trouble by not understanding that some toys, like sharp...

Signs of Pneumonia

Are you feeling sick? Have a cough that won’t go away or trouble breathing? You might have pneumonia. People typically think of pneumonia as being only for the elderly, but it’s actually more common in people between the ages of 18 to 65, especially during...