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What's going on in health and wellness March 4 to 10 more
A big theme for clients seeking counselors these days centers around procrastination and motivation. If you are struggling with these issues, I invite you to read on. Procrastination The first … more
What's going on in senior living February 18 to 24 more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated information regarding the long-term effects of COVID-19 by the middle of November 2020. The organization states they are actively working on … more
The month of February is traditionally recognized as American Heart Month. Because of the ongoing pandemic, this recognition has been overshadowed by COVID-19 statistics about new coronavirus … more
“Four hundred and eight thousand, six hundred and eighty-seven Americans are dead. Americans. Americans. Americans.” Toni Young, founder and executive director of the Washington, … more
What's going on his health and wellness February 4 to 10 more
Since my last article, published in December, regarding COVID-19, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are now being administered nationally. In Sullivan and surrounding counties, our local first … more
Medicine’s history with Black people is fraught. In the past, enslaved women were used for OB-GYN experiments without anesthesia. Men were infected with syphilis to see what would happen … more
The new year has arrived, and most people have declared new year’s resolutions for the year ahead. However, it’s not uncommon to hear about these resolutions being abandoned by the second … more
September to November 2020 more
If you buy a car, you know how much you’ll pay before you sign the loan application. If you buy groceries, you know what they cost. But hospital bills are different. They’re confusing and … more
What's going on in health and wellness December 3 to 9 more
Our daily lives continue to be directly affected by the pandemic. The increasing amount of new infections and hospitalizations have reached a crisis level that is once again overwhelming the capacity … more
NEW YORK — Two bipartisan House bills will hopefully do a bit more to keep seniors safe, whether in their homes or in nursing care. In October, U.S. Representative Antonio Delgado announced … more
Once upon a time, but very recently, people in the US turned 65 and became eligible for Medicare. They knew because they had many more phone calls that they may or may not have screened. They knew … more
ONLINE — Judy Johnson, a nurse at a long-term care facility in New York City, did not pull punches. “Why were essential workers’ lives put at risk? Why did so many nursing home … more
Wayne Memorial Hospital announces the following births: Brantley Lewis Canfield was born October 1, 2020 to Karson and Travis Canfield of Tyler Hill, PA. Harbor Lucille Larson was born … more
What's going on in health, wellness and community November 5 to 11 more
With Veterans Day just around the corner, and November being Military Family Month, I wanted to write about the mental health concerns that military families may face and what they can do about … more
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