Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder and affects people of all ages. It covers a wide range of seizure types and control varies from person to person. Epilepsy facts: Epilepsy is a disorder characterized by recurrent seizures A seizure is a sudden and brief change

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Heart Health

February is Heart Health month! Caring for your heart through a healthy diet and regular physical activity is the secret weapon to preventing heart disease. The real preventative power lies with real changes to your lifestyle – which can reduce the risk for heart disease by as

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Aging and Memory Loss

It can be scary to think about memory changes as we age and how it affects everyday life! We all will have some memory changes as we get older, but, for some people, Alzheimer’s and Dementia are unwelcoming words. As with any other medical condition, early detection,Read more


Osteoporosis is a bone disease. The word ‘osteoporosis’ literally means ‘porous bones’. It is a bone disorder characterized by decreased bone strength as a result of reduced bone quantity and quality. A person with osteoporosis has an increased risk of breaking a bone (fracturing) easily. Risk Factors

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Respiratory Help for You

Do you use one of these? Taking them properly can improve lung function and improve how you feel! Your respiratory therapist can help. Smoking – it’s never too late to quit. We can help. Asthma/COPD Action Plan An action plan can help you have MORE good days.

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