Monday Motivation: September 27, 2021

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Service Dogs: Our Canine Helpers

According to the American Kennel Club, more than 80 million people with disabilities use service dogs.  The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) classifies a service dog as a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability and goes on to say that service dogs can help people with disabilities live healthier, happier, and less stressful lives. So how does a service dog do all that?  I couldn’t answer that all on my own, so I talked to Molly Neher, Director of Operations and Programs at Atlas Assistance Dogs, a national group…

Believe in the Magic of the Season!

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Your Online Health: Finding Reliable Sources

Our social media news feeds are designed to be a source of news, information, entertainment and other thoughts and ideas. Many people share website links or infographics on a variety of topics on their personal social media pages to inform others and engage in conversation. Add to the mix of content, the speed and the high volume of online shares, our news feeds can be overwhelming and confusing at times. When online resources are shared, this can add even more challenges. It’s not always easy to tell what links and news sources are reliable and sound. Here’s a simple guide…

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