May 17, 2018

Seasonal Allergies

Signs of spring are showing up all around us. With trees budding, latent grasses starting to turn green and the flowers beginning to bloom into a beautiful array of colors, the beauties of springtime are coming to life. For many this is a welcome relief from the cold temperatures, snow and ice. However, for some people, this is the worst time of the year because their seasonal allergies become active, causing significant health symptoms. For others, the fall is a […]
February 7, 2018

A Legacy of Love

As we celebrate a legacy of love, be reminded that love is the core value of the Christian faith. February is noted as the month that we celebrate love with the recognition of Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, Heart month and Black History month. We honor the legacy of each of these events. Within this month is also Ash Wednesday which begins the season of Lent. Lent is a forty day period of repentance and preparation as we approach Easter, also […]
February 7, 2018

Protecting your Brain

Neurology experts and specialists in geriatric medicine inform us that as you age, expect to develop some memory lapses.  You might forget where you put your car keys or all items you had for dinner the day or two before, but that doesn’t mean you are on your way to Alzheimer’s disease or some other form of dementia. The experts have documented that, in healthy people, everyone develops subtle declines in memory, speed of thinking and concentration starting as early […]