Tips From Dr.Reyes

March: Women’s History Month

Riding on the back of the March 8 International Women’s Day celebration, later converted into Women’s History Week, March was officialized by the US Congress …

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February: National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

February 24 – March 1 Known also by its acronym, NEDA, National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is set for February 24 to Mach 1 in …

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Super Bowl Sunday Watch Party

February: Super Bowl Sunday & Matters of the Heart

Millions of Americans save the date for Super Bowl Sunday—Super Bowl weekend, really. As a nation, we block the calendar to let loose and let …

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January: National Blood Donor Month

January is and has been the National Blood Donor Month since 1970. Apparently, one of the main reasons for choosing this month is that collecting …

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January: Healthy Goal Setting For The New Year

Setting goals for the New Year is as much part of the Christmas holidays as all the lore and legend this time of the year …

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December: Ideas for Healthy Stocking Stuffers

Christmas is informed by a fir, spruce, pine —or similar evergreen conifers— that can fit inside people’s homes; some glossy, hollow hanging balls; a jamboree …

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Old Driver Safety Awareness Month

December: Older Driver Safety Awareness Week

The 2019 Older Driver Safety Awareness Week spans from today to Sunday, or December 2 to 6. Bringing attention to different aspects of older people …

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November: Diabetes & Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving and Diabetes share the same month. Yes, yes, we know… for two very different reasons. But it is true that November is Diabetes Awareness …

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November 2019 Issue ONE Alzheimer

November: National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

It was President Ronald Reagan who assigned November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month in 1983. Later, the nomenclature was adapted to include family and …

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