wound care awareness week

Wound Care Awareness Week – Types of Chronic Wounds

Every year, chronic wounds affect approximately 6.7 million people in the U.S. Although there are numerous types of non-healing wounds, the following are the four most prevalent – each with different appearances, symptoms and causes: infectious wounds, vascular wounds, radiation related wounds and surgical wounds. Infectious Your skin protects the inside of your body from […]

Top Health Risks for Obesity - Scale with Good and Bad Health

Top Health Risks of Obesity

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that nearly 40% of Americans were considered obese from 2015-2016. Obesity leads to many health risks and can even lead to premature death. The following are just some of those risks, and it’s our hope we can spread this awareness to help save lives. The Health […]


4 Warning Symptoms of Uncontrolled Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease in which your blood sugar levels, also known as blood glucose, are too high. Ideally, a person manages their diabetes via a diabetes management plan. This includes learning how foods effect a person’s blood sugar so they can make changes to their diet that reduce high blood sugar occurrences, introducing exercise into […]


5 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Coronary Heart Disease

Heart disease, otherwise known as cardiovascular disease (CVD), is a group of diseases that involve the heart and the blood vessels, many of them related to atherosclerosis.  Atherosclerosis is a condition developing from the build up of a substance known as plaque in the inside walls of the arteries.  This build-up narrows the arteries and […]


What You Need To Know About PreDiabetes

Pre-diabetes is a warning illness. When this condition is diagnosed, it can give you the opportunity to improve your health and avoid type 2 diabetes. Pre-diabetes might not sound dangerous, but it means your blood sugar levels are higher than normal. The condition is common. In fact, more than 1 in 3 American adults suffer from pre-diabetes. […]


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