Introduction June is PSTD Awareness Month. Let’s get aware! We have become dangerously close to normalizing the amount of stress with which we live as individuals in a society. This minimizes the inability of many to deploy adequate coping skills. Also, it ignores the long-term consequences of events, whether major and minor, on our function. … Continue reading June is PTSD Awareness Month
Introduction We like to use Fathers’ Day to launch Men’s Health Awareness. Join us, and continue the love and support you offered the men in your life! Take a moment to think through the variety of concerns of our fathers. Many of our fathers are of advancing ages and have to address all the ramifications of … Continue reading Men’s Health Awareness Month
Introduction June is National Safety Month. Did you know that injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 44? There are many things you can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. Don’t leave your life in the hands of luck or happenstance. Let’s show you a few ways to lower … Continue reading National Safety Month – Are You Protected?
Introduction This post discusses Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month. Do you have a normally functioning brain? Are you concerned about subtle or obvious changes in your mental capabilities? Do you have a loved one in the grasp of Alzheimer’s Disease? In all of these circumstances, you would do well to know a bit about basic … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Disease and Brain Awareness Month