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MARSCare December Newsletter

MARSCare News– December 2017 Newsletter Who’s New at MARSCare? Please welcome the newest additions to the MARSCare Team within the past month: Sharifah Allen, Mercedes Baskerville, Sabrina Daniels, Tracey Dorsey, Stephanie Edmonds, Jacqueline Herbert, Cassandra Kinsler, Theresa Leach, Danielle Maldanado, Azsa Wall, Rachelle Wilkinson-Alston, Stephanie Wright Referral Bonus Program We believe our own employees are a valuable recruiting source and in the past, have referred many of our best candidates. We are currently recruiting for Full-Time Registered Nurses (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN). Contact the HR department for Sign On and Referral Bonus details! Pediatrics Training Program We...

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MARSCare November Newsletter

MARSCare News– November 2017 Newsletter Who’s New at MARSCare? Please welcome the newest additions to the MARSCare Team within the past month: Amia  Burton-Smith, Virginia Edmonds, Mia Hester, Sherine Hobbs, Quran Leverette, Tyleemah Lloyd, Sharin Marcucci, Vanessa Marks, Maureen McLaughlin, Darraye Murrell, Deirdre Pettaway, Elizabeth Richburg, Santa Santana-Marte, Serena Shrieves, Alberta Straughter, Michelle Taylor, Starletta Williams, Tracy Wooten, Shanita Wright, Youngor Freeman, Regina Zoot Referral Bonus Program We believe our own employees are a valuable recruiting source and in the past, have referred many of our best candidates. We are currently recruiting for Full-Time Registered Nurses (RN) and Licensed...

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There’s No Place Like Home – For Growing Old

“The stairs are getting so hard to climb.” “Since my wife died, I just open a can of soup for dinner.” “I’ve lived here 40 years. No other place will seem like home.” These are common issues for older people. And, you may share the often-heard wish—“I want to stay in my own home!” The good news is that with the right help you might be able to do just that. As part of the Federal Government’s National Institutes of Health, the National Institute on Aging (NIA) funds and conducts research related to aging, including how older people can...

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Obesity and Genetics

Obesity results from the energy imbalance that occurs when a person consumes more calories than their body burns. Obesity is a serious public health problem because it is associated with some of the leading causes of death in the U.S. and worldwide, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and some types of cancer. Do Genes Have a Role in Obesity? In recent decades, obesity has reached epidemic proportions in populations whose environments promote physical inactivity and increased consumption of high-calorie foods. However, not all people living in such environments will become obese, nor will all obese people have the same...

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STROKES

Linda was excited for her monthly appointment with her massage therapist Janine. Linda gets massage therapy to help ease chronic pain. Toward the end of her session, something strange began to happen—Linda’s entire body went numb and she couldn’t move. When she tried to speak, she couldn’t. Janine saw Linda’s mouth drooping on her left side. After about 45 seconds, the symptoms disappeared. While Linda seemed ok, Janine was concerned so she called 911. Janine wrote down everything she witnessed, including the time and how long her symptoms lasted so Linda could give it to the emergency room doctors....

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