School nurses are heroes to the more than 50 million children in our nation’s schools, and it is highly likely that more people interact with a school nurse than any other nursing specialist.Read More
Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. During May, NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and the rest of the country are raising awareness of mental health.Read More
Anyone can have a stroke. Everyone should be ready. Learn the F.A.S.T. warning signs!Read More
May Employee Birthdays and Anniversaries to Celebrate!Read More
One of the determinants for success and leadership is mental strength. To be a peak performer and attain excellence in any field, you need desire, effort and discipline. This goes beyond acting tough; you have to be willing to work hard and persist even in the face of struggles.
Mentally strong people are willing to seek strength and fortitude by building themselves up every day. Here are eight daily habits that can help you build your mental strength.Read More
Your house is messy, and you feel miserable. Believe it or not, research has shown it’s common to feel this way.
According to a National Sleep Foundation survey, roughly 75 percent of people sleep better when they have clean sheets. Additionally, individuals who live in clean homes are generally healthier than their counterparts living in clutter, according to research conducted at Indiana University.Read More
April Employee Birthdays and Anniversaries to Celebrate!Read More
March 20th marked the official first day of spring. It's time to refresh your home—and your finances—with these helpful, achievable tips.
Freshen up your space
Ditch the clutter
Create a maintenance plan
Shred and digitize documents
Review your credit report
Check in on your spending
Revisit your budget
Earth Day is April 22nd. What is Earth Day, and what is it meant to accomplish?
Close to 48 years ago, on 22 April 1970, millions of people took to the streets to protest the negative impacts of 150 years of industrial development.Read More
A helpful list of how to recycle and drop off locations from the Village of Gurnee.
Needles and Medications
Baby Car Seats
Lead Acid Batteries
Medicare is removing social security numbers from Medicare cards. The change is to help protect your personal identity. Your Medicare coverage and benefits will stay the same and continue without interruption.
Medicare will mail you a new Medicare card with a special Medicare number that’s unique to you. Your social security number will no longer appear on your Medicare card. People enrolling in Medicare for the first time will get the new card from the start.
School tragedies such as the recent shooting in Parkland, Florida affect us all. Here are some helpful resources to help in dealing with the trauma.Read More
March Employee Birthdays and Anniversaries to Celebrate!Read More
Has this happened at your house? “Mom? Dad? I don’t feel good. I want to stay home from school." And your reaction is, “What, AGAIN?”
It’s hard to know when children should go to school and when they should stay home – and a chronic health condition like asthma can make that decision even harder.Read More
Joint-friendly exercises offer you the benefits of physical activity while keeping your body safe from impact. What’s not to love?
Maintaining an exercise regime provides conditioning for your body and tones and strengthens your muscles. It can improve your balance and add strength to enhance quality of life and experience superior joint function.Read More