Wellness Blog

November 22, 2021
kids and cold season

Kids and Cold Season: The ABCs of Health and Safety

Did you know that most children will have at least six to eight colds each year? Many of those illnesses happen during winter when everyone spends more time indoors. As the holiday season approaches, Advantage Care Health Centers created a helpful “kids and cold season checklist” you can follow to maintain the health and wellness of your family.
November 16, 2021
american diabetes month

American Diabetes Month: Avoiding Diabetes Management Mistakes

American Diabetes Month is a chance for all of us to raise awareness about a serious health condition that affects more than 34 million people in the United States. More than likely, you or someone you know is living with diabetes and could use a little bit of help. This November, find out how to avoid common mistakes in diabetes management (and then pass on what you learned to a friend).
October 21, 2021
what is cholesterol

What is Cholesterol, and How Does It Affect Heart Health?

Nearly four out of every 10 Americans have high cholesterol, one of the contributing factors in many heart attacks and strokes. Yet, despite how common high cholesterol has become, many of us would likely not be able to answer the fundamental question: what is cholesterol? By learning the facts about heart health today, you will be able to protect your body better tomorrow.
October 7, 2021
mental health awareness

Celebrities Raise Mental Health Awareness by Sharing Personal Experiences

For those living with mental health conditions, it is all too easy to feel alone. But, the reality is that there are millions of others in the same boat, including some of your favorite celebrities. From Kendrick Lamar to Chrissy Teigen, stars are stepping up to share their own personal struggles to raise mental health awareness.
September 21, 2021
suicide prevention

Suicide Prevention: Being Supportive Makes a True Difference

From family to friends to neighbors, everyone can play a role in preventing suicide. It is a growing public health problem that affects individuals of all ages and can have a far-reaching impact on the lives of loved ones. During National Suicide Prevention Month, learn how you can be supportive of someone in crisis.
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