B.E.F.A.S.T. - Early signs and symptoms to look for to help[ prevent a Stroke. | B - Sudden BALANCE abnormality, E - EYE movement abnormality, F - Weakness on one side of the FACE, A - One ARM drifts down, S - Slurred SPEECH or difficulty speaking, T - TIME to call 9-1-1. | There are different types of strokes: Ischemic Stroke and Hemorrhagic Stroke. There are several different types of treatments for strokes. For more information: SummaHealth.Org/Brain | 888-201-0008
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Help a kid in need have a Merry Christmas by donating toys this holiday season. The Salvation Army hopes to serve 6,000 children this year so they are in need of 12,000 toys. Looking for new, unwrapped toys for children from birth to 12 years old, valued at $20-$25. Purchase your toys and donate today at walmartangeltree.com and the donations will be shipped to The Salvation Army. Drop off donations in person at one of our live donation sites for Share Your Holidays, December 8-10.
Opportunities are boundless through North Coast Community Homes for people with disabilities to thrive. NCCH is in five counties; Cuyahoga, Summit, Stark, Lake and Erie, providing housing to 600+ residents. You can volunteer to help these residents or donate today to make an impact. Help empower residents to live their best lives. For more information, visit NCCH.org
Help give to those in need this holiday season. The red kettles will be out around town collecting donations and also online with The Salvation Army virtual kettle. The Salvation Army wants to remind people that hope still goes on no matter what. Families can get involved by ringing the bell, they really need bell ringers to collect donations, or you can buy toys for children in need. Contact The Salvation Army to help.
Flu Season is upon us and Buckeye Health anticipates that this year will be a little different with people returning to work and students back in the classroom that viruses will spread. Vaccination is the most important thing for prevention and is being encouraged in the state of Ohio. Learn more at BuckeyeHealthPlan.com