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December 11, 2017

Barbara McClure, RN, BSHA

Holiday Reflections

The Holiday Season for me creates a time for family, friends, memories, and reflection. As a culture, I feel that we have become so engrossed in the material aspect of the Season that we have nearly displaced the reason that we are celebrating.

Music reduces stress, anxiety, and pain in seniors

Music is an amazing drug-free way to improve quality of life for older adults. Many studies show the benefits of music. It reduces stress, anxiety, and pain. It also improves immune function, helps memory, and encourages exercise.

Joan Miller

‘Tis the Season!

Thanksgiving is my favorite Holiday. I love the food and the friends and family. Reflecting on this past year, I am grateful for the many blessings in my life including family, friends, and many happy clients.

6 Healthy Ways To Sleigh Holiday Stress

With the holidays just around the corner, you know the drill—holiday songs on every radio station, festive parties to attend and special gifts to find. Heck, just reading this article, you can probably feel the stress starting to grow, right along with your to-do list. And if miraculously getting everything done wasn’t enough, you’re expected to be merry and jolly all season long or risk being called a Scrooge.

Brenda Bedingfield (Center) with friends Sue Briscoe (Left) and Starr Hendrick (Right) enjoy an afternoon at Brenda’s home with Christmas cheer.

Sharing the Joy of Christmas

There’s never any doubt on Ethridge Road in Auburn that the Christmas season has arrived thanks to Brenda Bedingfield. Christmas abounds at her house and is a source of great joy and cheer for many.