Saluting Our Health Care Workers: Three Heroes’ Stories

If there’s any positive to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that health care workers are finally being recognized and celebrated. For too long, we’ve allowed these men and women to work countless hours without appreciation for what they humbly do day in and day out.  From responding to urgent calls to saving lives in the ER, ICU and beyond, health care workers deserve our standing ovations seven days per week, 365 days per year.  To say thanks, we’re highlighting three real-life stories of these heroes, including their advice on how to best share your appreciation with the health...

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10 Ways to Show Support

Often, those on the outside of the circumstance want to help the person and/or their family in any way that they can, but they aren’t sure how to do it. Here are 10 ways that you can show support and be there for someone you care about. 

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Why We Wear Pink: A Breast Cancer Survivor’s Story

It was October of 2013, and Lauren Mandell was 29 years old. She felt a lump in her breast, about the size of a gumball. She went in to have it checked right away, and after doing an ultrasound, she was told it was likely fibrocystic changes and to come back in six months.  By March, the lump had grown to the size of a golf ball. She went back in to have it checked immediately, and got a mammogram, ultrasound and a biopsy. She told the doctors to call with results and to let her know over the phone...

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Stand Up Against Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and one of the most important ways to spread awareness is to acknowledge the problem and show support for those facing it. 

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