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The blanket of white may be pretty, but eventually the snow must be moved. Heavy snowfall is not an invitation to suddenly start a strenuous exercise program.
An estimated 16 million Americans experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) as the hours of available daylight diminish in winter.
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AWARD RECOGNIZES GENESIS COMMITMENT TO QUALITY STROKE CARE
Fear, shock, devastation, rising death tolls, masks requirements and reluctance to wear them, and suggestions of only very limited public gatherings. This isn’t only a description of the relentless global COVID-19 crisis. We have been here more than once before as a country.
Listen to an update on the state of the virus in our area and learn it's impact on the senior living industry over the past months.
We work differently, we play differently, we socialize differently with friends and family, we stay home more and this year, we will vote differently. Traditionalists may still want to get out to the neighborhood polling place. They may arrive just as the polls opens when voting traffic is lighter. Maybe they walk to the polling place for morning exercise. Or your traditional voting time may be after work.
Mammograms are important for every woman, age 40 and older. The goal of mammography is to find breast cancer before the patient notices it.
Breast density is one of the many factors that can play into breast cancer risk but what does it mean?
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