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Travel Immunizations for Your Overseas Vacation

Traveling overseas is an exciting adventure, whether it is for volunteering, work, or pleasure. But before you pack your passport, don’t forget about one important step: your travel medicine appointment. Depending on your destination, you will likely need travel immunizations, … Read More >

Young Athletes Can Safely Take the Heat

Parents, here’s a cool breeze of relief as summer starts scorching. Experts say heat illness in young athletes is largely preventable. With a few common sense safeguards, practices, meets, and games can go on even when the mercury rises. The … Read More >

The Crittenton Wound Healing Center explains warning signs during American Diabetes Month

Every Hour Seven People With Diabetes Have An Amputation November is American Diabetes Month and the health care experts at The Crittenton Wound Healing Center, a member of the Healogics™ network, are drawing attention to the fact that every hour … Read More >

Dinner with a Doc: Cardiovascular Disease-What Test and Why

Wednesday July 10, 2013 – Wednesday July 10, 2013 1101 West University Drive Map and Directions | Register Description: Topic:  “Cardiovascular Disease-What Test and Why”Presenter:  Samer Kazziha, MD There will be light strolling Hor d’oeurves. It is suggested, due to limited parking … Read More >

American Red Cross Babysitter Training

Friday, May 30, 2014 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Taught by a trained registered nurse, this 6 hour class is designed to teach the skills of babysitting including basic child-care, age-appropriate activities, safety, discipline and more . Participants must be … Read More >