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Sickle Cell Disease ~ What You Need to Know

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By Sherrie Pratt, Media & Communications Specialist

Living with pain is difficult, and those with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) know the challenges first-hand. It’s not a disease one can catch. It’s an inherited blood disorder present at birth that causes red blood cells, shaped like a sickle (C-shaped), to stick together and block blood flow and oxygen...

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Mental Health Awareness Month

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By Dr. Yadira Torres

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to advocate and engage in more conversations about the impact of mental health.

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Spring Into Allergy Awareness

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By Sherrie Pratt

Springtime. It’s a beautiful season of the year. The weather is warmer, and flowers are in bloom again. However, beautiful buds can lead to what feels like prickly allergy symptoms, including a scratchy throat, dry cough, runny nose, runny eyes, and clearing one’s throat.

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Sleep Sound, Mental Health Rebounds!

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By Dr. Ingrid Atilies

Sleep. It rejuvenates our every mood, thought, and overall health. Although it’s important, many Americans get less than the required rest, between 7 and 9 hours each night. So, what does this mean?

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