Dance Like No One is Watching…

Time is precious. When I was a child, time seemed to drag but as an adult, days and weeks are moving so fast that everything becomes a blur. Before you know it, life would have passed you by and left you will be wondering where did the time go. With that said, dance like noContinue reading “Dance Like No One is Watching…”

Happy Nurse’s Week!

Nursing is an art, and providing care and comfort to others can be challenging. Nurses experience both the highs and lows of life with patients and their families. We are an intricate part of the healthcare team to ensure continuity of care for all that utilize the healthcare system. As we celebrate another nurses week,Continue reading “Happy Nurse’s Week!”

National Library Week April 23-29

This year’s theme is “There is More to the Story. ” The library is a wonderful way to promote reading for all ages. It is a free service and it may not be used as frequently by many due to the internet but it has a place in society. If you are of a certainContinue reading “National Library Week April 23-29”


April is stress awareness month. We all have experienced stress at sometime in our life but the issue becomes crucial when the stress interferes with our well being. We can maintain our mental and physical health by managing the stress with activities that bring you joy, and or communicating with others about your stress andContinue reading “STRESS AWARENESS”

National Public Health Week

Public health promotes and protects the health of people and the communities where they live, learn, work and play. Public health professionals conduct scientific research, education, and setting health standards for the communities where we work and live. Public health sets safety standards to protect workers and develops school nutrition programs to ensure kids haveContinue reading “National Public Health Week”

Ayurvedic Medicine

Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old system of natural healing that’s truly stood the test of time. First originating in the Vedic culture of India, it’s actually considered by many to be the oldest healing science there is. What is meant by “Ayurvedic medicine”? This system is based on the premise that there are three doshas, or bodyContinue reading “Ayurvedic Medicine”

Love Bombing

“Love bombing is a tactic in which a person uses excessive and disproportionate gestures of affection with the goal of manipulation and establishing control over their partner. This can include elaborate gift-giving, over-complimenting, wanting undivided attention, and other manipulative tactics” (Jones, 2022). Love bombing is most often used by narcissists and abusive people, as aContinue reading “Love Bombing”

Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes means your blood sugar is too high while you are pregnant, and usually goes away after you give birth (WebMD, 2023). However, it can affect your baby’s health, and increases your risk of developing type 2 diabetes later in life (WebMD, 2023). Symptoms include, increased thirst, urination and appetite. It is recommended a change in dietContinue reading “Gestational Diabetes”

The Nation has an Obesity Problem…

Obesity is considered an epidemic in this country. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 41.9% of Americans were obese in 2017 (CDC, 2022). The numbers of obese individuals has probably increased to greater than 50% in 2023, but no current data is available. According to the Roberts Woods Johnson (2023) data, obesity isContinue reading “The Nation has an Obesity Problem…”

Martin Luther King

The establishment of the Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) federal holiday was passed in 1983. It was celebrated nationally on the 3rd Monday of January in 1986. The legislation for this holiday was first introduced in 1968 and blocked in Congress. MLK believed in nonviolence and pushed for civil rights for African Americans during theContinue reading “Martin Luther King”

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

January is the month to raise awareness about human trafficking. Wear blue on January 11, 2023 to bring attention to sexual trafficking and educate yourself and others about this hidden crime. Psychological warfare, physical force, and violence are used to intimidate others to remain a captive to those who promote sexual trafficking. Human trafficking affectsContinue reading “National Human Trafficking Awareness Day”