Health and Spirit
People over 65-years-old are twice as likely to spend the holidays alone compared to those less than 65. Bad weather, increased noise and crowds, and health challenges may make it more difficult for loved ones from older generations to travel. Fortunately, there are ways to connect with them this holiday season that don’t require travel, said Rhoda Meador, director of the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute. “Elders are more technically advanced than most people think, and it is important for their health and well being to remain socially connected – even if it’s virtual.”
Baltimore, MD - The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) has redesignated Sinai Hospital of Baltimore as a Magnet®-recognized hospital, a distinction that honors nursing excellence in patient care, leadership and growth opportunities for nurses within a health care organization. US News & World Report uses the Magnet designation as a factor when ranking the best medical centers in 16 specialties. Hospitals that achieve Magnet status go through a rigorous review process. Sinai’s application was approximately 1,500 pages and included 795 attachments and 167 graphs.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Nov. 14, 2013 –Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center today announced that it has entered into a first-of-its-kind strategic affiliation agreement in the Triad with Cornerstone Health Care, P.A. through its wholly-owned management services organization Cornerstone Health Enablement Strategic Solutions, LLC (CHESS).
(StatePoint) Having trouble sticking to your diet? When your body doesn’t respond to your efforts the way you expect, it’s easy to lose the motivation to continue. “Most dieters are using outdated or inefficient methods to reach their goals,” says Dian Griesel, Ph.D., co-author of “TurboCharged: Accelerate Your Fat Burning Metabolism, Get Lean Fast and Leave Diet and Exercise Rules in the Dust.”
‘Mercy and Justice and Other Christian Skits’ provides enjoyment, insight and the understanding that readers no longer have to settle as victims of the dark-sided spirit realm
RALEIGH – Sixty children died in car crashes in North Carolina last year. Nearly two-thirds of them were not buckled into a car seat or a seat belt. The Governor’s Highway Safety Program wants to reduce that number to zero by urging parents and caregivers to properly restrain their children while riding in the car. Snap and share a #SafetySelfie
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