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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report fear & anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming. Making your mental health a priority is just as important as protecting your physical health. Get mental health coping tips here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html  

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These simple tips will help you relax and put things in perspective. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/18/smarter-living/coronavirus-anxiety-tips.html?searchResultPosition=3  

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We all have a story worth sharing, and March 14th is the perfect day to reveal yours. National Write Down Your Story Day is a reminder to take a moment to jot down a piece of your story. From the unexpected moments of joy to pushing through an illness, writing down your story helps you…

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March is a rallying point for the colon cancer community. More than 95,500 will be diagnosed with the disease this year, but thousands for patients, survivors, and advocates are determined to bring awareness to colon cancer through fundraisers, education events, and conversations about screening.

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On the second Thursday in February each year, we celebrate one of the longest-running giving days in the country. #NationalGivingHeartsDay is the day to give to the charity that means the most to you. Whether it’s your local food bank or a national medical foundation, find an organization that shares your values and open your…

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Who is your life needs to be encouraged by a random act of kindness? February 17th is the day to intentionally make a difference. Celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day by sharing a smile, volunteering, or offering encouragement. Make a note to do nice things throughout the day and use #RandomActsOfKindnessDay on social media…

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Research shows a correlation between tea and heart health. Since January is Hot Tea Month, we’re celebrating with freshly steeped tea and a good book. People who drink tea have a 20 percent less chance of having a stroke or heart attack than those who don’t. So, grab your favorite teacup and drink up. Cheers!…

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January 21 is National Hugging Day. What type of hug do you love to receive? Maybe you’re a tight squeeze hugger or you offer a gentle backrub with your embrace. No matter your hugging style, today is the day to show it off. Celebrate #NationalHuggingDay by pulling someone close and offering a hug of support.

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December is the time to bring awareness to AIDS, remember those who have passed on, and celebrate victories like advanced treatment options. There is a vital need to improve education about the life-threatening condition and remind others to get tested and know their results.

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The average person gives 16 gifts during the holiday season. This year, consider each person on your list and consider what they really need during the days of bright lights and cheer. Perhaps a therapeutic hug from a lavender spa wrap or an afternoon of your time talking over tea. This holiday season, focus on…

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