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- April is National African-American Women’s Fitness Month April 7, 2011It’s spring and time to think about new beginnings. National African-American Women’s Fitness Month encourages black women to think about the risks of a sedentary lifestyle and the benefits of activity and good nutrition. The idea is to incorporate fun … Continue reading → […]splashem
- Enforcing Patient Privacy Regulations January 19, 2011University Medical Center – Tucson is receiving intense media scrutiny as it cares for the victims of the January 8 shootings as well as its routine patient population. Despite this extra stress, it demonstrates successful administration of federal and state … Continue reading → […]splashem
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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Splashing is increasingly popular. For those who missed it, The New York Times chronicles the increased interest in synchronized swimming in Las Vegas. Read the full article here.
Today marks the end of National Family Caregivers Month. However, caregiving continues on a daily basis. Two additional resources for caregivers are worth noting: National Alliance for Caregiving offers information regarding research, events, strategies, and legislation. Publications and podcasts are … Continue reading