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How to Increase Your Alcohol Awareness Days Before April

(Mar 27th 2019)

St. Patrick's Day has come and gone, and with it, the green-colored celebrations, the outfits, the alcohol. So what happens when the famed holiday becomes a lifestyle? But just because St. Patrick’s Day is over doesn’t mean the drinks go back on the shelf. For many out there, alcohol is the.

Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Nutrition Awareness

(Mar 20th 2019)

"If you are what you eat, then I don’t remember eating a sexy beast this morning” is what we all say in the bathroom mirror. No? Okay. But, in all seriousness, whether you are the healthiest person on the planet, or you eat a carrot once every blue moon, there are always ways to better your eating.

Brain Health Awareness: Take Care of Your Brain!

(Mar 13th 2019)

  The brain is a complicated thing. It is filled with billions of neurons firing at every second, connecting and processing information at an alarming rate. It even has the capacity to generate approximately 23 watts of power when we wake. Doctors and physicians have studied the brain for years and.

Sleep Awareness: Start Counting Sheep and Stop Losing Sleep

(Mar 6th 2019)

I don’t know a single person who doesn’t love sleep. 6 hours to 8 hours to 10 hours. 15! From the second we hit our head on that pillow, we enter a realm of temporary darkness from which there are no responsibilities, worries, or cares. But, sometimes, we sleep and dream of our worries. We have.

Shine Like Gold: Raising Childhood Cancer Awareness

(Feb 27th 2019)

When people think of superheroes, they think of Batman. Superman, or Spiderman. Maybe even Deadpool. When I think of a superhero, I think of a kid with a gold ribbon near his heart; I think of a child with cancer. No amount of lollipops, stickers, or toys can keep malicious cancer at bay. It is as.

The Horrors of Human Trafficking and Building Awareness

(Feb 20th 2019)

    It could be the kid’s missing shoe on the bus, or the scarf flapping in the wind. A man’s left-behind coat or the black eye on the woman sitting behind you. The harsh reality of human trafficking is everywhere, and its consequences are chilling.   It can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime. You.

The Ins and Outs of Thyroid Cancer Awareness

(Feb 14th 2019)

It’s already scary to have trouble breathing, swallowing, or constant pain in your neck. And more often than not, it goes away. But for some living with thyroid cancer, it’s an everyday reality. If you have thyroid cancer, or know someone who does, knowing what to expect can help you and your loved.

Stop Bullying (Anti-Bullying) Wristbands: Help Build Awareness ASAP!

(Feb 7th 2019)

In middle school, I was one of only two kids with red hair. There was a gorgeous, popular girl with long auburn hair that had fiery highlights, and then there was me: a short, skinny skater kid with hair that looked orange in the sun, and like fire engine indoors. I was an instant target for.

What Is Down Syndrome Awareness and Why Is It Important?

(Jan 30th 2019)

In 2001, my life was forever changed. That’s when my first child was born. I will never forget it. I was with my wife as she labored for over 24 hours, and then there is this beautiful baby girl. I wept. I did not expect tears, but I was so overwhelmed by this beautiful creature that I instantly.

How Wristbands Help With Hurricane Harvey Research

(Jan 23rd 2019)

When you think of wristband, does LIVESTRONG pop in your head? What about hurricane research? Well, thanks to their low cost, easy transport, shelf-stable components, wristbands are now the perfect sampling device among researchers and health specialists. And this season, it's helping Houston's.

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