May is Mental Health Awareness month! We can all admit that 2020, and now 2021, has been incredibly difficult and unprecedented. We all are certainly not alone in the struggles the pandemic has caused. Taking care of one's mental health while in quarantine was...
Every October, we all come together to raise awareness for one of the most prolific types of cancer affecting women, and men, today: breast cancer. 250,000 cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in women, and about 2,300 in men, every year in the United States. It is...
Every February we as a nation celebrate the incredible African American men and women that have created lasting impressions in our lives; brave men and women who consistently provide inspiration and hope. Black history is American history! The year 2020 was extremely...
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