February is Heart Month

February is Heart Month

Google hard enough, and you can find a “celebration” for each and every day of the year. National Peanut Butter Day (Jan. 24th). National Food Day (Oct. 24th). National Submarine Day (Apr. 11th). Of course, there are National Month proclamations. National Caregivers Month (November). Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October). One of our favorites is in February – Heart Month. While everyone knows that February 14th is St. Valentines’ Day, but did you also know it is Congenital Heart Defect Day? Keep reading to find out why February is an important month to focus on all things heart related.

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Coaching Success by Nurse Practitioners

Coaching Success by Nurse Practitioners

What could coaching with our Nurse Practitioners mean for you? Your family? See what 1:1 personalized coaching can do for you and your healthcare questions. What can you expect? This week on our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook posts, get a glimpse on what our customized services can do for you. Keep reading this post to get a sneak peak on the topics in store!

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New Year, New Goals – Healthcare Coaching

New Year, New Goals – Healthcare Coaching

While it may seem like 2021 started months ago, we are still only on day 18! Since the new year is still taking shape, there is still time to talk about our resolutions. We are so excited to announce our newest venture to bring your the answers to your healthcare questions!

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COVID-19 Precautions For Your Everyday

COVID-19 Precautions For Your Everyday

While it may seem longer, most people have only been social distancing with additional shelter-in-place orders for only 30 days. Remember, the first ‘real’ shut down occurred with the NBA canceled their season on March 11th. As of today, April 12th, many across the country celebrated Easter Services remotely. Some states have closed school for the remainder of the academic year, and other states have extended orders through mid-May. Sometimes watching the daily news briefings can bring more questions than answers. Here are some answers to everyday questions that seem to be on everyone’s mind regarding COVID-19.

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Recovery & Self Care During COVID-19

Recovery & Self Care During COVID-19

Across the nation, our hospital systems anticipate being overwhelmed with the most critical patients during this COVID-19 pandemic. Hospital systems and provider offices are asking people to stay at home during mild to moderate illness and visit offices or the emergency room only when necessary. So, what should you do to care for yourself while home?

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COVID-19 Questions Answered

COVID-19 Questions Answered

Coronavirus. COVID-19. However you refer to this virus, it’s taking over everyone’s life in some way or another. This virus has upended not only our towns, states, and country, but also our world. Schools are closed. People are working from home. Sports seasons are canceled. While we have the internet at our fingertips, sometimes the amount of information can be overwhelming. Let’s break it down a bit…

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New Diagnosis? Five Questions to Ask Your Provider

New Diagnosis? Five Questions to Ask Your Provider

Hearing a new diagnosis for the first time can catch you off guard. Taking the time to ask questions, gather information, and formulate a treatment plan are important steps to understanding how this new diagnosis will affect you. Here are five questions you should ask to help start your journey back to your optimal health.

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Tylenol vs. Advil – What’s the difference?

Tylenol vs. Advil – What’s the difference?

Tylenol and Advil.  These two popular brand names of medication also have the generic names of acetaminophen and ibuprofen.  These two very common over-the-counter (OTC) medications can be confusing.  Let’s cut right to the chase and answer the questions these two medications seem to bring up time and time again for patients. 

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