Preventative Health

Stay Hydrated on the Clock

  • 30 June 2016
  • Jaxcher

Work is consuming, and we often neglect ourselves when we are pushing through a long shift. A simple way to take care of your body while punching the clock is to drink more water. Here are some tips to keep you hydrated while at work.

·        Bring a Water Bottle to Work: Bring a 32 oz. water bottle to work. Fill it when you get there and try to drink the entire bottle before lunch. Refill at lunch and challenge yourself to drink it all by the end of the work day.

Give Thanks, Give Back

  • 4 November 2015
  • admin


This holiday season take some time to give back to those in need in our community. By donating money, food, toys, clothes, or just your time in general you will be embracing the true spirit of the season.

Here is a list of local shelters that could use your help.

City Rescue Mission
234 State St. W.

IM Sulzbacher Center
611 E Adams St.

A Survivor’s Poem

  • 1 October 2015
  • admin

Dancing Through Life

By: Susan Bolenbaugh

It’s not an easy way,
this place called life.
Which pathway 
shall I choose?
So much distracts me.
I’ve veered a bit
from time to time.
There it is . . .
over there.
now I’ll try.
one more time.

Which pathway is mine?
I choose the one of joy.
For it is full of laughter
and good cheer.
I can, at least,
bring IT to others,
see a smile upon 
a downcast face.

Brain Games

  • 2 August 2015
  • admin

While the common thought has been crossword puzzles and Suduko are good for keeping your mind sharp, experts are now saying that getting out and engaging in active social environments is far superior to keeping your mind agile. Here are three suggestions of ways to build cognitive health, and have fun doing it.

Spa Day?

  • 30 June 2015
  • admin

Are you looking for a way to get in your summer relaxation time for a low price? Well, First Coast Magazine has put together a list of some deals being offered by spas around the area. So that you can de-stress for much less. Enjoy.