October 13, 2017

Study Shows Breast Cancer Mortality Rates Are Declining – Our Expert Explains Why

By Rachel Raab, MD        A recent study shows from 1989 to 2015, breast cancer death rates decreased by 39 percent, which translates to 322,600 averted breast cancer deaths in the United States. The decrease in mortality was seen in both younger and older women but has slowed for women younger than age 50 […]

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October 11, 2017

Caring for a Loved One Can Be Overwhelming – 5 Signs of Caregiver Burnout

By Dylan Babb Community Outreach Manager, CarePartners Have you unexpectedly become a caregiver? Are you now caring for a loved one after injury/illness/etc. and feeling burnt out? Caregiver burnout is a condition of physical, emotional and mental exhaustion that can happen when family caregivers don’t get the support they need or if they take on […]

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October 10, 2017

Fire Prevention – Simple Ways to Keep Your Family Safe

By Beverly Hopps Health Educator, Safe Kids WNC/Mission Children’s Hospital In honor of Fire Prevention Week, be sure you know these important tips to protect your family from the dangers of fire. Smoke Alarms Working smoke alarms reduce the chance of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. For the best protection, install smoke alarms […]

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