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Breast Cancer Awareness Month Resources
We are going pink this October to join in spreading awareness for the need of innovative breast cancer research and education on the importance of early detection. As we continue to go pink, we wanted to take the time to create a blog post that will provide resources that you can explore to learn more […]
Deciding Your Employment Policy When it Comes to Voting this Year
As Election Day draws closer, have you, as an employer, revisited your employment policy with respect to voting or considered establishing them if none are in place?  This may be especially important in the time of COVID-19 where in-person voting may be too risky for the employees.  Generally, employers should always have a plan on […]
Tips for You During National School Bus Safety Week
Have you heard that National School Bus Safety Week takes place in the third week of October? This year, it will run from October 19-23, 2020. For many years, National School Bus Safety Week, promoted by the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT), has provided an opportunity for students who ride buses, parents of students, […]
Making Time for Self-Care During a Pandemic
Have you heard that September is National Self-Care Awareness Month? This month should be a time to focus on establishing habits devoted to caring for yourself and developing new techniques to help ensure you are treating yourself right. This may seem difficult even in a normal year, with jam-packed daily routines and the demands of […]
June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month
Did you know according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, approximately 8 million people in the United States are now living with post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD?  The trouble is, most of them do not get help even though available treatment does work. Each year, the month of June is designated as a time […]
March is National Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month and National Nutrition Month
Did you know the month of March is designated Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month and National Nutrition Month? Both annual awareness campaigns address important public health issues and millions of Americans stand to gain from the increased public attention. Multiple Sclerosis affects more than 400,000 people in the United States, not including their caregivers and loved […]
Why You Need to Use a Lawyer Instead of Artificial Intelligence
Do you remember a 1970s television program called The Six Million Dollar Man? It starred Lee Majors as astronaut/test pilot Steve Austin. After a horrible accident, government doctors “rebuilt” Austin by giving him “bionic” limbs. In the process, they made him “better, stronger and faster.”  To date, this particular technology has eluded us. Even so, […]