By: Adilene GuzmanCommunity Outreach CoordinatorHAPPI HealthHAPPI Health is thrilled to announce the opening of our fourth location, HAPPI St. Clair, is located 115 St. Clair Ave STE 200 on the second floor of the Outpatient Diagnostic Center building. The new location is only half a block away from our Franklin Street offices, so it’s still … Continue reading How HAPPI Health Has Recently Expanded Patient Care in the Community
April Showers Bring May Flowers! May: Better Speech & Hearing Month
By Anita Giles MS, CCC-A Audiologist,Physicians Hearing CenterHave you ever heard of May baskets? In the 1800s, Louisa May Alcott wrote about May Basket Day. In the 1920s, some bold children left a May basket on the White House door for First Lady Grace Coolidge. The May Basket tradition involves leaving a paper basket containing … Continue reading April Showers Bring May Flowers! May: Better Speech & Hearing Month
Watering and Burning and Itching, Oh My!
By Patricia M. Fulmer, OD, FAAOLegacy Vision Center Spring has sprung, and while it’s easy to love the beauty of the season, the pollen that accompanies it is unwelcome. At Legacy Vision Center, this time of year brings complaints of itching, burning, watering and/or red eyes with the assumption that the culprit is allergies. Many … Continue reading Watering and Burning and Itching, Oh My!
By: Katherine Collier and Nicole HardyHomeCarePreneursCompassionate Friends Care, LLC Who are we? We are Katherine Collier and Nicole Hardy, the two proud owners of Compassionate Friends Care LLC. We’ve been friends for more than 20 years and we think of one another as sisters. Combined we have over 30 years of direct elderly care. We … Continue reading Serve First
Can You Be F.A.S.T.E.R. this May?
By Kelly EichelbergerOTR/L Owner /TherapistMagnolia Neuro RehabEvery May, the United States observes National Stroke Awareness Month. It’s a great time to brush up on general knowledge, what you can do to prevent stroke, and some ways to plan for action should you ever experience or witness signs and symptoms of stroke.Types of StrokesThere are two … Continue reading Can You Be F.A.S.T.E.R. this May?
Rocket City Remediation
By Austin ManhartOwnerRocket City RemediationMy name is Austin Manhart, owner and operator of Rocket City Remediation LLC. We are a small Veteran owned business local to Alabama. Rocket City Remediation LLC is a licensed and insured business. We pride ourselves by being the highest rated business of this kind on Angi, Google, Yelp and HomeAdvisor. … Continue reading Rocket City Remediation
The Science of CBD
By Madilyn TuckerSunmed HuntsvilleIn recent years, CBD has quickly emerged as a defining industry in the health and wellness field. According to statistics by CFAH, 26% of American adults are now using CBD, up from just 6% in 2018.While CBD interest is climbing, so is its confusion. The general public still has many questions surrounding … Continue reading The Science of CBD
Taking Care of Us: A Conversation About HAPPI Health’s New Hispanic Clinic with Claudia Carson
By Adilene GuzmanHAPPI Health Outreach CoordinatorWe are excited to announce that HAPPI Health now has a Hispanic Clinic. Our bilingual family nurse practitioner Claudia Carson runs the weekly clinic Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. All her staff is fluent in Spanish, which helps patients feel a sense of trust and understanding without the fear of their … Continue reading Taking Care of Us: A Conversation About HAPPI Health’s New Hispanic Clinic with Claudia Carson
Be Aware- Noise Hurts—Quiet Diet:
By Anita GilesMS, CCC-A AudiologistPhysicians Hearing Center The American Public Health Association (APHA) defines noise as unwanted and/or harmful sound. In 1996, the Center for Hearing and Communication (CHC) established the last Wednesday in April as International Noise Awareness Day (INAD) to raise awareness about the harmful effects of noise on hearing, health, and the … Continue reading Be Aware- Noise Hurts—Quiet Diet:
Pediatric Wing Coming to WellStone
By Karen PetersonDirector of DevelopmentWellStone As a mother of two, I’ve made countless trips to local Emergency Departments. Our girls had split chins, broken arms, fever seizures, and more. We knew, without question, that to get our children’s physical emergencies appropriately assessed, diagnosed, and treated, we went to the ER. If only it were that … Continue reading Pediatric Wing Coming to WellStone