Educating organizations, communities, and individuals about unintentional and preventable injuries and deaths are essential to encourage the everyday practice of safe behaviors. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 97 – 99% of injuries are caused by our own errors and mistakes. Unintentional injuries are the number one cause of… more »
May is Older Americans Month and this year’s theme is Make your Mark! While this may seem impossible during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are several ways to manage this crisis while making an impact in your community. But first, if you are celebrating Older Americans Month, we want to celebrate you! Congratulations! You have made… more »
Health is more than the absence of disease. The study of public health addresses strategies on how to keep people living long and happy lives in whatever environment they reside. According to the American Public Health Association, “Where we live, learn, work, worship, and play… more »
Sleep is one of the most overlooked areas of general health and wellness although it is one of the most important. We spend as much as 1/3 of our entire lives sleeping, so getting quality sleep is vital. Not getting enough sleep can result in mental… more »
Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Week is February 16th- 23rd and National RAK day is February 17th!
The goal of RAK Week is to promote positive change in families, schools, the workplace, and society through kindness. Participate by performing a simple gesture to positively impact someone else’s day.
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation encourages… more »
November is National Healthy Skin Month sponsored by the American Academy of Dermatology. This observance is intended to raise awareness about the importance of taking good care of your skin because it is your body’s largest organ!