There is an outbreak of the coronavirus with over 900 cases reported and 2 have been reported in the United States. While these situations are hard to prepare for, taking the necessary precautions can keep you safe from contracting an illness. Be wary of sharing food with others. Double-dippers may be passing germs to those … Read more
It’s that special time of the year where we enjoy our accomplishments, our dreams, and of course those who support us. We can’t thank our customers enough for their support during the year. It’s why we like to express our thanks. Wholeheartedly, we hope you take this time to reflect on the important things you … Read more
Technology is a part of our lives. It has a bad reputation. The moment you clicked on this article you were probably expecting it to be all bad! There are positive aspects to what we consider a terrible intrusion in our lives. Furthermore, its damages to health are considerable. What if I were to tell you that it wasn’t all bad and there was a positive to technology usage for patients with dementia?
On the Fourth of July, we celebrate our Declaration of Independence from colonial tyranny with family gatherings, barbecues, parties, games, food, fun, festivals, parades, musical events, and fireworks. While all of these events are delightful, let us never forget the significance of the Fourth of July, a day in 1776 when courageous members of the Continental Congress—people soon to be “Americans”—published a moral standard by which we … Read more