Happy Healthy Aging Month

To help celebrate this years Healthy Aging Month, I have provided 5 easy tips anyone can follow to promote a healthy and happy life!

 Healthy Aging Tips

1. Stay Connected

Go out with friends and family and do activities that you enjoy.

2. Be Positive

Distance yourself from negativity and negative people, be more positive in life and smile more.

3. Get More Sleep

Make sure to get the recommended amount of sleep which is 7-8 hours a night. Also, feel free to take naps during the day to get a boost of energy.

4. Be Active

Exercise can improve mobility, muscle strength, and bone health. Stay motivated by finding a great work-out buddy or fitness club that meets your needs.

5. Volunteer

Volunteer your time and give back to your community by volunteering your talent and time to those most in need.

For more healthy aging information and news read our September Newsletter found under our Healthy Aging Newsletter tab 

National Immunization Month

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes August as an annual observance month to highlight the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout your life.
This August, protect yourself and your loved ones against life-threatening illnesses such as tuberculosis, whooping cough, chickenpox, and pneumonia by checking your vaccination history.During National Immunization month I further encourage you to talk to the PNP team, doctor or other health care professional to check if you are up to date on the recommended vaccines for your age group.

For more information, please feel free to visit the CDC website, and check out our August Newsletter to find more information on recommended vaccines for older adults



Are you interested in improving your gut health? If so, it’s time to start on a probiotic and we have the perfect product for you!

Prosynbiotic: A synergistic blend of four research-supported probiotic strains and two prebiotic fibers to support gut flora and overall intestinal health.

  • Contains research-supported strains of lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium), and Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. boulardii

  • Contains inulin and galactooligosaccharide (nondigestible carbohydrates), both of which are used by probiotic bacteria as food

  • Useful in maintaining a healthy gut microbial environment

  • Helps support the body's natural absorption of calcium and magnesium

  • Improves nutrient digestion and absorption

  • Supports normal bowel regularity and consistency

  • Supports the body's natural immune system response function

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