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How Oral Hygiene and Diabetes… and Why You Should Care

(This article was contributed by a free-lance writer, Kelly Coleman, which had also provided us lately an article on our Blogpage.) If you know anything about diabetes, you are probably aware that there are two types: type 1 (or juvenile-onset) … Continue reading

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A Finer Figure Flatters Your Health

(This article was contributed by a free-lance writer) If you’re dreaming of a new outfit, or getting back into your favorite jeans, changing to a more healthy diet can work wonders. But, beyond the new flattering figure, and perhaps more … Continue reading

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November is Diabetes Awareness Month

National Diabetes Awareness Month is observed every November so people, health care providers, organizations, and communities of the entire country can be aware of the silent killer, which is diabetes, and its impact on the citizenry. We should be aware … Continue reading

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September is Pain Awareness Month

Pain affects us at some point of our life. Pain can exist in various forms and may last for various durations of time. Methods for pain management also vary in as many ways. The month of September has been designated … Continue reading

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JUNE IS NATIONAL SAFETY MONTH

The month of June is the observance as National Safety Month. It is an opportune time that we can focus attention on safety issues. Accidents leading to injuries can affect our families and relatives, friends, and our working colleagues.  Also, … Continue reading

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EMMANUEL HOME HEALTH, INC EARNS BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU ACCREDITATION

Algonquin, IL – May 16, 2016 – Becoming an Accredited Business with the Better Business Bureau is an honor not accorded to all businesses; because not all businesses meet eligibility standards. Emmanuel Home Health, Inc. is pleased to announce today … Continue reading

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My Mom is My Hero

(The hereunder letter was a personal account composed/written by a 12-year-old child  and handed to her mother on the occasion of Mother’s Day. The Administrator of this website find it befitting to post the child letter to show the love and affection … Continue reading

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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

The month of May is a National Stroke Awareness Month. The stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. The purpose of this awareness month is to save lives by educating and informing the public about … Continue reading

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April is National Stress Awareness Month

April is National Stress Awareness Month. The month of April might be an opportune time to evaluate ourselves and try to manage our stress levels.  Stress is a part of our everyday life. We cannot escape it. We may say … Continue reading

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March is a National Nutrition Month

The author on his previous blog posted that March was a National Kidney Month. This month is also a National Nutrition Month which is celebrated annually. The theme for this year celebration is “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right,” a … Continue reading

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How Oral Hygiene and Diabetes… and Why You Should Care

(This article was contributed by a free-lance writer, Kelly Coleman, which had also provided us lately an article on our Blogpage.) If you know anything about diabetes, you are probably aware that there are two types: type 1 (or juvenile-onset) … Continue reading

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A Finer Figure Flatters Your Health

(This article was contributed by a free-lance writer) If you’re dreaming of a new outfit, or getting back into your favorite jeans, changing to a more healthy diet can work wonders. But, beyond the new flattering figure, and perhaps more … Continue reading

READ MORE »

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

National Diabetes Awareness Month is observed every November so people, health care providers, organizations, and communities of the entire country can be aware of the silent killer, which is diabetes, and its impact on the citizenry. We should be aware … Continue reading

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