Poor Sleep Linked to Blood Sugar

Thirty-five percent of people report getting less than the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep nightly. People who don’t get enough sleep are prone to health problems, including type 2 diabetes. How sleep or lack of it affects diabetes is still being investigated,...

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Joanne Freeborn, RN, Hometown Hero

Bringing Back the Sunshine Nurse Joanne Freeborn helps patients adopt healthy routines ​by Julia Browning, EBella Magazine, July, 2020 There are lucky people among us who know what their calling is and strive to live it every day.  ​Nurse Joanne Freeborn is one of...

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Senior Health Concern – Hoarding

Hoarders, clutterers, pack rats, and collectors are a few terms used to describe people with a lot of items in their home, office, car, storage unit, and maybe overflowing into the yard.  The accumulation of objects can become a safety and health problem, often...

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The Right Way to Kill Coronavirus Germs

Killing risky germs on household surfaces is nothing new, most of us are already doing it when we routinely clean the kitchen and bathroom.  However, with concerns over COVID, keeping frequently-touched household surfaces like counter tops, phones, faucet handles, and remote controls free of...

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September is Emergency Preparedness Month

Disasters do not plan ahead, but we can. September is National Preparedness Month and encourages people to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses, schools, and communities. The effort is led by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The 2020 National...

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