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Battling the Blues

Posted by NAHA Health on  March 25, 2021
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Category: Mental Health
It feels like it’s been an extra long winter, hasn’t it? With so many pandemic restrictions, you may have found it difficult to just feel happy. Feeling down or blue may be a sign of depression. Seasonal changes, the birth of a baby
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American Diabetes Association Alert Day®

Posted by NAHA Health on  March 23, 2021
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Category: Awareness
Tuesday, March 23 is American Diabetes Association Alert Day®. The Association encourages the public to take the Diabetes Risk Test, as well as sharing the test with everyone they care about. Tuesday, March 23 is American Diabetes Association Alert Day®. This is a
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Living Well Despite Chronic Lung Disease

Posted by NAHA Health on  March 19, 2021
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Category: Awareness
Breathing, it’s something most people don’t ever really think about, that is, until there is a problem. When you do struggle with breathing, it’s hard to think about anything else. National Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week celebrates pulmonary programs and the dedicated respiratory therapists who
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The COVID-19 Homestretch!

Posted by NAHA Health on  March 18, 2021
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Category: Mental Health
Are you as pandemic weary as we are? This past year has been difficult on all of us. You’re not alone if you are feeling lonely, stressed, and anxious. But vaccines are starting to bring our world to a new and brighter reality!As
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National Bleeding Disorder Awareness Month

Posted by NAHA Health on  March 12, 2021
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Category: Awareness
If you have a bleeding disorder, you probably already know you suffer in many of the same ways European royalty has. Queen Victoria was a carrier of hemophilia B, a condition she passed down to two of her daughters and one of her