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It’s fair to say we’re all afraid of something at some point in our lives. Whether it’s bugs, heights, or water – they’re all valid because we’re all human! Water is one of the most common fears people have, specifically the fear of drowning. But...

This was pregnancy number 2 for me. I currently have a healthy perfect, most days, 3 year old. I assumed as not having gestational diabetes for my first pregnancy, I would not this pregnancy either. I mean, I am constantly chasing after a toddler...

During the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day, volunteers gather to help children enjoy reading. This event takes place in celebration of the treasured children’s author, Dr. Seuss, on his birthday. His rhyming style helps...

Any cancer is hard to talk about, but colon cancer may be one of most uncomfortable to discuss.  So, many of us just avoid the topic altogether.But even though colon cancer may not get as much recognition as some other types, it’s important to...

February is American Heart Month and it’s a good time to take charge of your health. To help you get started, the American Heart Association is offering up fresh approaches to get you started on the right track!

Can you name some of your favorite African-American children's book authors? We’ve compiled a list of a few of our favs!

The running back makes a cut and feels a pop in his ankle.The center jumps for the basketball and lands with her foot turned in.Injuries to the ankle are all too familiar for anyone who has ever spent time around athletes and sports. The most...

Our Leaders Club and Junior Leaders provide youth the opportunity to learn to become more effective in their interactions with others. Teens improve their social and leadership skills all while discovering how they can give back to their...

February is National Heart Health Month! According to the American Heart Association (AHA), cardiovascular disease is the nation’s number one killer, responsible for 1 in 3 deaths each year in the US. Additionally, about 80 million adults have...

One of the great findings from the last 30 years of medical research is that prevention works. Healthy behaviors that most of us can do can prevent half of cancers, as well as lower the risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and osteoporosis. In...

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