Health Update

National Wear Red Day! Go Red For Women!
Get your red on this Friday February 2nd for National Wear Red Day to support Go Red for Women, an initiative by The American Heart Association to increase awareness and prevent heart disease and stroke in women.
Why You Need to Check Your Home for Radon
January is National Radon Action Month.  During this month the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) brings awareness and encourages all of us to get our homes tested. Radon can be a very harmful substance found in our homes, and this leads us to the question: What is Radon?
It’s All in The Wrist
Wrist fractures are among the most common orthopaedic injuries in the Unites States.Typical symptoms include severe pain, usually intensifying with use, swelling, tenderness, bruising, deformity and numbness or stiffness in the hand. Dr. Kevin Lutsky of the Rothman Institute explains.

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