The holidays are known for spending time with family, friends all while enjoying holiday cheer. The air is crisper, and the attitude in the community shines brighter. Many of us look forward to the year coming to an end and another one beginning. I, for one, however don't look forward to all of the stress that comes along with the countless number of to-dos.
In 2005, writer Darlene House designated November as National Inspirational Role Models Month. This is a time for all of us to think about the people who inspire us, whether they are historical figures, celebrities, or people we personally know.
More than 30 million Americans live with it. You see them every day on the street, yet you may not have any idea of the diabetic burden that weighs down people with simple every-day tasks.
October is a magical time of year; the air is crisper, pumpkin spice lattes dominate the coffee scene, and most of us get excited for the upcoming Day-After-Halloween clearance candy sale.
In 1981, the American Physical Therapy Association established National Physical Therapy Month to raise awareness of how their services can help people reduce pain, improve mobility, and live healthier lives.