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  • Tips For Celebrating Thanksgiving With Your Senior Loved Ones

    Tips For Celebrating Thanksgiving With Your Senior Loved Ones

    Thanksgiving is the perfect time for family and friends to gather together; to enjoy good food and spend quality time with one another in a festive atmosphere! This holiday is a favorite for many families, in part due to the authentic traditions that come along with it. However, planning for Thanksgiving can also bring upon

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  • Covid 19 Testing Locations

    Covid 19 Testing Locations

    Stephen P. Clark Center111 NW 1st Street Miami, FL 33128Make appointment online: https://mdc.nomihealth.com/easy_registration/12/onsite Salvation Army911 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130Make appointment online: https://miamidade.fulgentgenetics.com/appointment/screen/landing Manuel Artime Theater900 SW 1st Street Miami, FL 33130No Appointment Required Consulate General of Mexico1399 SW 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33130No Appointment Required Marlins Park501 Marlins Way Miami, FL 33125Make appointment

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  • Importance Of Leading A Healthy Life

    Importance Of Leading A Healthy Life

    We always hear the phrase: “live a healthy life”, but many of us do not know the real meaning of it and, in some cases, it is often translated as: change your diet to lose weight. This is due, in most cases, to the lack of a culture of prevention and not giving importance to

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  • DIABETES MELLITUS: DEFINITION, NUMBERS, MYTHS AND CONTROL.

    DIABETES MELLITUS: DEFINITION, NUMBERS, MYTHS AND CONTROL.

    DEFINITION Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body does not use the insulin it produces effectively, causing an increase in blood sugar. Type 1 diabetes is characterized by the absence of insulin synthesis and begins early in life, even in childhood. In type

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  • People 65 Years And Older Need A Flu Shot

    People 65 Years And Older Need A Flu Shot

    Influenza (flu) can be a serious illness, especially for older adults. FACT: People 65 years and older are at high risk of developing serious complications from flu, compared with young, healthy adults. This risk is due in part to changes in immune defenses with increasing age. While flu seasons vary in severity during most seasons,

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