International Holocaust Remembrance Day

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day has been designated on January 27th. This international memorial day honors the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and millions of other victims of Nazism and to develop educational programs to help prevent future genocides. In addition, this day puts light to the history of Auschwitz concentration camp being […]

Worldwide Food Service Safety Month

December is Worldwide Food Service Safety Month. Did you know more than 200 diseases are spread through food alone? One in ten people become sick every year from eating contaminated food, and 420,000 people are killed from these illnesses every year. These types of illnesses can cause long-term health problems and possibly be deadly, so […]

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is observed annually on December 1. This is a chance for people all over the world to come together in the battle against HIV, to support those who are living with HIV, and to remember those who have passed away from an AIDS-related illness. The first ever worldwide health-related holiday was established […]

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

For the month of November people around the country come together to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s Disease. Did you know, there are over 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s Disease? Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging and the disease gets progressively worse as time goes on. Here are some warning signs someone […]

International Infection Prevention Week

International Infection Prevention Week (IIPW) reminds us that while our industry was turned upside down and continues to be challenged by COVID-19, basic practices to prevent procedure- and surgical site-related infections remain critical to protecting patients and maintaining the reputation of ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) as providers of safe, high-quality care. If you work in […]

National Rehabilitation Month

Rehabilitation is an important part in seniors’ lives. It helps them get back to the way they were before any medical problems set in. A senior with poor mobility and balance may need help getting around, while an older adult with arthritis or who has had a stroke may need physical therapy or other rehabilitation […]

National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

In the United States alone, there are more than 16 million Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers. During National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness & Family Caregivers Month, we honor the people who serve as care partners and caregivers by providing tips for those looking to support these families living with the disease. Whether you are seeking to support […]

National Wellness Month

August is Wellness Month.   And yes, every day should be wellness day, but too many of us let self-care and wellness take a back seat in our busy lives.   If you already practice wellness, then maybe you don’t need a reminder. In honor of Wellness Day, here are 15 ways to support your […]

National Immunization Month

Did you know the first vaccine was invented in 1796? Vaccines have revolutionized global health, eradicating viruses like smallpox and nearly eliminating poliovirus – diseases that previously killed millions of people. The number of people contracting preventable infectious diseases like measles, diphtheria, and whooping cough is at an all-time low, thanks to vaccines. Many have […]

National Health Center Week

It’s National Health Center Week! This week we’re raising awareness about the accomplishments of America’s health centers over the past five decades. Healthcare professionals, healthcare offices, health centers, and hospitals are crucial community services. They offer support and hope during our most difficult moments. Join us in honoring our healthcare heroes and their hard work […]