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Nov. 12th is National Pizza Day

Nov 1, 2018 — The pizza pie is a ubiquitous symbol of both Italian cooking and Americana. Oven-baked, thin-crust or deep-dish, round or square, it is a common favorite throughout the United States, with a wide number of regional variations. The most traditional pie is the pizza Napolitano or Neapolitan pizza. Made of strong flour, the dough is often... Read More

Letter from the Administration

Nov 1, 2018 — Thanks to all the nursing staff for all the hard work that you guys do. The facility cannot run without you guys. Thanks for being a team player and realizing the true meaning of teamwork. We must remember to keep one another lifted in PRAYER and continue to promote a positive working environment. Director of... Read More

A Look At Flossing

Nov 1, 2018 — Along with brushing your teeth, you should also be flossing on a daily basis. Flossing will remove plaque and debris in areas that your toothbrush isn’t able to reach. A buildup of plaque can lead to gum disease or tooth decay, which is why flossing is very important. If you floss immediately after brushing, you’ll... Read More

How To Stop Aging On The Outside

Nov 1, 2018 — While there’s no single secret to holding off the effects of aging, there are plenty of things that can be done to help. Here are some suggestions. Antioxidants are absolutely one of your best weapons against aging! Eat plenty of antioxidants as you age, such as dark vegetables and fruits like carrots, squash and spinach or... Read More

Discover The Origin of Halloween

Oct 1, 2018 — Why do we have a day that is supposed to do nothing but scare the dickens out of us? Why do we dress up like ghost and goblins? These questions can be answered by looking back at the origin of Halloween. Over 2,000 years ago, the Celtics were a proud, fierce and combative tribe which inhabited ... Read More

October 13th is National Train Your Brain Day: Sudoku

Oct 1, 2018 — Sudoku is a puzzle craze sweeping the nation. Many people refer to this challenging game as the new Rubix Cube. It’s difficult to forget the six-sided and six colored square, but Sudoku is doing just that. If you think that Sudoku is a new game, you would be incorrect. In fact, it was created in 1979... Read More

Physical Therapy Exercises

Oct 1, 2018 — Physical therapy exercises are intended to restore strength and endurance, increase the range of movement, and also improve balance and coordination. To increase the effectiveness, physical therapists use physical therapy exercises treatment along with external stimulations such as heat, coldness, ultrasound, electricity, infrared or UV light, traction, water, and massage. All are applied externally to... Read More

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Oct 1, 2018 — What is breast cancer? Breast cancer occurs when cells in our breast grow out of control creating tumors that cause damage to the nearby tissues. The tumors which are cancerous are known as malignant tumors and can cause a lot of damage to the body. Breast cancer has always been a dreaded disease, but in... Read More

Gourmet’s Corner

Aug 31, 2018 — Peach Cobbler Melt one stick butter in a pan. Add one can of peaches. Sift one cup flour. One & one- half teaspoon of baking powder. One-half teaspoon salt. Two cups of sugar. Stir in three-fourth cups milk into the flour mixture. Pour peaches & butter into a baking dish. Pour cake mixture over peaches.... Read More

It’s the End of Summer, So Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day?

Aug 31, 2018 — Labor unions were the first to celebrate the beginning of the Labor Day tradition in the U.S. A union leader by the name of Peter McGuire originated the idea of setting aside a day for workers to gather in unity. On September 5, 1882, the inaugural Labor Day parade was held in New York City,... Read More

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