Mental Health Month

It’s National Mental Health Month! Your mind is intricate and infinitely unique, so your mental health is something only you know. All over America, people are learning more about their minds and the depth behind caring for it. In today’s world, it’s very easy to overwhelm ourselves and cause unnecessary

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Better Sleep Month

May is commemorated as Better Sleep Month. Whether someone’s young and still growing or are older and settled, sleep remains an important part of everyone’s life. The overall recommended amount of sleep people need every night is between 7-8 hours of time, though if a person’s younger or participating in

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National Bike Month

Happy National Bike Month! May is a time to pump your tires, clip on your helmet and take off on a two-wheel adventure. This year’s biking phenomena is sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists, and they want everyone to know more about Bike Month. Bike month started in 1956

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Healthy Vision Month

May is the time to focus on some very important spheres; your eyes! All over the world, people are recognizing the impact eye health holds in a person’s life, and they want to spread the word. The National Eye Institute (NEI) has created an excellent resource to learn, share, and

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World Hemophilia Day

  World Hemophilia Day is celebrated on April 17th. Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder that reduces the clotting factor in a person’s blood, so when the person bleeds, it is very hard to staunch the flow. This disorder is extremely rare, as only one in 10,000 people are born with

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