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Prepare Your Skin For Winter

Dec 3, 2018 — Dry, itchy and cracked skin goes hand-in-hand with the winter season. Changes in temperatures and humidity, indoor heating, hot showers, and baths remove important oils and moisture from the skin causing dryness, flakiness, and cracking of the skin. Read on for some TLC for your winter-weary skin. Bathing. Hot water bathing breaks body oil that... Read More

Give Yourself the Gift of Sleep

Dec 3, 2018 — The holidays bring extra demands—shopping for gifts, party preparation, wrapping the gifts—and it’s easy to see why many people are more sleep-deprived than ever this time of year. Here are some suggestions for better sleep during the holiday season: Take time to relax. Even if you have a lot to do, allow yourself to stop at... Read More

Be Sure To Wash Your Hands!

Dec 3, 2018 — December 3-7, 2018 is National Hand Washing Awareness Week and, according to the Centers for Disease (CDC), “the most important thing you can do to keep from getting sick is to wash your hands.” Handwashing can help prevent illness. It involves five simple and effective steps (Wet, Lather, Scrub, Rinse, Dry) you can take to... Read More

Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Dec 3, 2018 — What makes January 1st such a special time to make a change in our lives, and why can it be so difficult to maintain that change? There are a number of key reasons that apply to some, if not all, of the broken resolutions. We are not being realistic when we make the commitment. Everyone breaks New Year’s... Read More

The Beauty of the Holidays

Dec 3, 2018 — We all know it’s easy to become overwhelmed with all the hustle and bustle of the winter season. For that reason, it is important to plan ahead for spending time on what matters most. Holidays are meant to be celebrated together with a community of people. So, before the next holiday approaches, plan a party,... Read More

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

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