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Thyroid Awareness Month – A Close & Personal Look at Grave’s Disease

Capital Healthcare Staffing | January 20, 2017


National Immunization Awareness Month: 5 Tips to Ensure You and Your Adult Loved Ones are Staying Protected!

Capital Healthcare Staffing | January 13, 2017

The majority of us can remember getting a variety of vaccinations when we were children.  We may not have the fondest memories of those experiences, but it was something we had to do to keep ourselves protected from serious illnesses and diseases.  However, many adults might not recall the last time they had a vaccine post-adolescence.  In honor of National Immunization Awareness Month, Capital Healthcare Solutions is spreading the word that vaccines are for people of all ages, not just children!  Read on to find tips and guidelines to keep you and the adults in your life properly vaccinated and protected!

It’s National Yoga Month, and You Can Participate! Tips and Health Benefits for Every Yoga Beginner!

Capital Healthcare Staffing | January 13, 2017

Are you an expert at yoga? A master Yogi? No? Perfect!  For National Yoga Month, Capital Healthcare is exploring the basics of the yoga universe, and how it can help you achieve a healthier body, mind, and spirit, regardless of your location or work schedule!

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month – How You Can Be a Health Advocate for Yourself and Others!

Capital Healthcare Staffing | January 13, 2017


How to Be a Detective for Early Breast Cancer Detection!

Capital Healthcare Staffing | January 13, 2017

We, as women, grow up learning and hearing about breast cancer.  We see the pink ribbons everywhere and learn about other women’s experiences with the disease in TV shows, movies, and books. We don our pink clothing and accessories for breast cancer awareness every October, and commend our hometown athletes for doing the same.  It is, more or less, ingrained in our minds from a very young age that—yes, breast cancer is a threat, and—yes, it could even happen to us someday.  But…do we really ever think it will be us? And…if it would be us, wouldn’t we want to know as early as possible?