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Embracing Excellence in Healthcare
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Believe it or not, the holidays can be stress-free. But even that requires a little work. Here are some tips to help you cruise into your holiday season. https://goo.gl/FZDzTj #stressfree   #holidays2015  
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We've got 12 #scholarships available for students pursuing #healthcare careers in #Pennsylvania! Apply at http://goo.gl/Jlex7T
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Some people will experience the #flu this season and feel better within a few weeks, considering the illness very mild. However, there are certain people who are much more likely to develop serious complications. Are you at high risk for complications? Learn more http://goo.gl/WhJPKB
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The winter holidays are quickly approaching, and many of us are looking forward to spending time with our loved ones around the dinner table and making new holiday memories. As you dig in to that piece of pumpkin pie, we encourage you to discuss your family health history with your family members.

November is Family Health History Month, and knowing what you may be at risk for is an important part of preventive healthcare. Learn more at http://goo.gl/Ga6a6H
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Positive health benefits come from anywhere, and sometimes they’re small and furry. Today is #NationalCatDay and here’s to cats! 

Owning any pet is good for your heart. Cats in particular lower your stress level—possibly since they don’t require as much effort as dogs—and lower the amount of anxiety in your life. Petting a cat has a positive calming effect. One study found that over a ten year period cat owners were 30 percent less likely to die of a heart attack or stroke than non-cat owners.
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In order to manage anxiety, you have to recognize that it is happening. I encourage people to pay attention to their “body signals” that might help them to work through their anxiety before it gets too high. Signs of anxiety can include physical and cognitive / mental changes. 

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Holly Messina, CRNP was recently given the opportunity of a lifetime as a healthcare provider: she was part of the medical team stationed in Philadelphia during the Pope’s visit to the United States. Read More http://goo.gl/Mgh8ZA
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Harry C. Smith a Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist from the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs joins us for our coffee connections meeting to discuss his story that resonates with so many veterans with PTSD.

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Help us create our first ever digital cookbook by sending us your favorite healthy recipe! All submissions will be included in the cookbook AND you will be entered into a drawing to win a fall-themed gift basket! All entries must be submitted by September 30, 2015. Send us yours at http://goo.gl/6IBmaj
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Please welcome Dr. Nasim Shajihan, MD to the family here at The Primary Health Network. Dr. Shajihan will be providing patients access to child and adolescent psychiatry services in Rochester, Pa.
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