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  • Mental health awareness facts and tips

    MAY 17, 2019

    Mental health is an important issue in all communities. That’s why for Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in July, we want to call attention to the disparity in access to mental health services and empower you to make a positive difference. Here’s what you need to know to make a difference in someone’s life.

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  • Act FAST when there’s a chance of stroke

    MAY 14, 2019

    A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, depriving your brain cells of oxygen and nutrients. Within minutes, brain cells begin to die. When you're having a stroke, it's important to get treatment as soon as possible. Literally every minute counts. So use the memory aid "FAST."

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  • Keep your New Year’s resolution by using habit-formation psychology

    FEB 05, 2019

    Resolutions are hard. But, by using the psychology around habit-formation, we can help you figure out how to choose your resolution and how to keep it. The best place to start is habit-formation, a process that can be broken into two phases: initiation and learning.

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  • Drug shortages: The hidden public health crisis

    DEC 17, 2018

    What happens when a public health crisis emerges within hospital walls? Well, that’s happening with the drug shortage crisis going on right now, and it badly needs our attention.

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  • Breast cancer awareness

    OCT 12, 2018

    We’re raising awareness about the risk factors for breast cancer, encourage women to get screened, and raise money for cancer support and research. To help women stay informed, we've created the simple steps below to make sure that you’re being proactive.

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  • Prostate cancer awareness

    SEP 14, 2018

    From prevention to treatment to support, there is a wide network of information and resources available. To help men stay informed, we've created four crucial tips to consider—especially for those over the age of 50.

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