In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, our call center will be closed Thursday, 11/26 and Friday, 11/27. Our 24/7 emergency line will remain open. Our normal operating hours will resume Monday, 11/30.
Be good to your heart this Valentine’s Day while spending quality time with the ones you love. If your Valentine(s) holds the key to your heart, staying healthy can give you the chance to enjoy many more memorable holidays together for years to come.
This year, when celebrating Valentine’s Day, why not treat your loved ones to the gift of good health and a truly happy heart? By including some healthy alternatives in your traditional Valentine’s Day plans, you and your loved ones can celebrate together without sacrificing your health.
Have you made your 2015 New Year’s resolution checklist? The New Year is just around the corner, making this an ideal time to decide which unhealthy habits to leave behind. This year, choose to make your heart health a top priority.
Educate yourself and your loved ones and take action today for a heart healthy future. Better your chances of being here to enjoy your children and grandchildren for the years to come.
This winter season germs spread rapidly around schools, the work place, and our homes. As the weather grows colder, we can take the precautions of bundling up, washing hands, remembering our vitamins, and even getting our annual flu shot, but there is no surefire way to avoid the flu from targeting our immune systems.
How much does daily stress affect our ability to fight the flu? Yes, stress is a normal part of life; however, it can take a tremendous toll on our immune systems.
Is feeling scatterbrained causing chaos in your daily life? Overwhelming routines of juggling work and family life can cause madness in our routines to say the least.
Occasional misplacement of our keys, wallets, or our kid’s fieldtrip permission slips can most definitely be considered normal occurrences when life becomes hectic. But when this forgetfulness becomes a daily event, it can create problems both with work and at home.
National Healthcare Decision Day (NHDD) brings awareness to the importance of having Advanced Care Planning, in order to ensure that our loved ones’ wishes are acknowledged in the event of a medical emergency. This day serves as a collaborative effort among national, state, and community organizations to come together and ensure adult Americans have their future healthcare choices known and safeguarded when experiencing a medical emergency.
For those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, one of the scariest moments of their lives come when they are first diagnosed. Coming to grips with the disease isn’t easy for those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and for family and friends who also share in the pain and feel the impact of slowing losing a loved one. Additional challenges occur when families are faced with the need to provide care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s.
Just like Ironman needed his special suit to gain superpowers to protect the world around him, there are thousands of children who feel equally empowered and protected when wearing their MedicAlert ID. And this November 2nd, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., MedicAlert Foundation is encouraging all residents in and around the Turlock area to channel their inner Super Hero and participate in this year’s Super Hero Kids Health and Safety Fair on the MedicAlert campus located at 2323 Colorado Avenue in Turlock, CA.