Excerpts from the End of Fall 2014 Healthbeat Magazine
Gratitude is best learned young.  The holiday season is the perfect time to teach young children a very important life lesson:  gratitude. Read tips from First Things First, gathered from child development experts and websites.
HRMC is Focusing on Ebola Awareness and Preparation . . . Blondie Miley, Director of Infection Control at HRMC stated,  "The risk of contracting Ebola is extremely low unless you've had direct contact with the body fluids of an infected person. Hospitals need to have protocols in place ... We want to assure our community that infectious patients and those who care for them will be isolated until they are determined to be free of infection."
Thoughts from our President, Jeanie Morgan . . . (Jeanie gives a summary of the history of HcHF)  She writes, " As we near the end of our tenth year of independence, I am proud to say we have added many additional health-related programs and services. . . . Volunteers, donations and successful fundraising events are what keep us going and growing.  Thanks to all who have been part of that growth!  It's been a wonderful ride.
To read more of these articles, click the link to the left for the Healthbeat Fall 2014 Issue, or stop by the HcHF office to pick up a printed copy while supplies last.
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