Indoor Projects & Staying Productive at Home

No doubt will this summer look much different from others. Pools, camps and gyms are closed, summer nannying jobs are cancelled, individuals are furloughed and many are finding themselves with extra time on their hands. One bright side of this “Groundhog Day” feel is that many people are finding themselves with more time on their […]

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Healthy Snacks to Make With Kitchen Staples

At-home cooking and healthy eating this summer may look a bit different than seasons past as more families continue limiting trips to the grocery store. Many may struggle to keep nutrition top of mind, while opting for easy-to-make meals or frozen foods. While quick meals like these are easy to whip up, processed foods are […]

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Summer Safety Tips for Seniors

Summer is here, which means so is the humidity, heat and high UV index. As the weather gets more intense, so do the risks of heat-related health issues for seniors citizens. For issues like dehydration, heat exhaustion or even heat stroke, seniors are especially susceptible in the summer months, which is why it’s important we […]

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National Stroke Month: Do you know the signs?

May is National Stroke Month, and it’s more important now than ever to make sure you know the signs of a stroke and how to respond to save a life. In order to truly know the signs of a stroke, it’s important to understand what exactly a stroke is. According to the American Stroke Association, […]

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National Nurses Week: How You Can Help

It’s National Nurses Week, and here at NorthCrest we’re taking the time to celebrate our amazing team of dedicated nurses! Especially in the face of the current global healthcare crisis, we are so grateful to our healthcare workers for keeping our community safe on the front lines each day.   If there’s one thing we’ve learned […]

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Baby of the Month: April 2020

Meet the April baby of the month, Amilli’yon Williams! Amilli’yon was born on Friday, April 17th, 2020 at 2:23 am to Ziata Williams. Amilli’yon came weighing 6 pounds, 9 ounces and measuring twenty and three-fourths inches long. Congratulations to Ziata on your beautiful baby boy! […]

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5 Ways to Move Your Body This Spring

Ways to move your body this spring

For most, spring is a time for re-organizing and deep cleaning. The increased sunlight and comfortable temperatures inspire us to shed those unhealthy winter habits and prioritize our mental and physical health. As you begin setting your seasonal goals, whether it’s to eat better or shop less, think about how you can increase your activity […]

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