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Flu Season in 2020 – How COVID-19 Plays a Part and What You Can Do to Stay Prepared

Falling leaves, lower temperatures, and Halloween décor all around can only mean one thing – fall is here! As much fun as fall brings, it also brings the beginning of flu season. Flu season comes around each year and lasts through early spring. The peak of fall season usually happens in the winter, which will …

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What do I Need to Do to Prepare for A Second Wave of Coronavirus?

Even though we are not completely through with the first wave of the COVID-19, that does not mean we should not be preparing for the second wave.  It is important to be cautious and prepared so we are not as shocked and scrambling at the stores when the virus reappears.  When thinking of what was …

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National Diabetes Month

November is National Diabetes Month, an event designed to bring attention to diabetes and the impact this disease has every day on millions of Americans. According to the American Diabetes Association®, Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S. In 2015, 30.3 million Americans suffered from diabetes, and approximately 1.5 million new …

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