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Importance of Blood Donations

Your Blood is needed more than you think. When you give blood you help save lives. Types O, B and rare blood types are often in high demand and the first to run out during a short-age. African Americans and Latin-American populations carry high percentages of both types and the common ABO blood type a rare blood protein found exclusively in the African American population. SICKLE CELL affects more than 70,000 people in the US, most of them African American. Transfusions from blood donors of the same ethnic heritage help sickle cells patients avoid complications. HELP SAVE LIVES BY DONATING BLOOD. The lives you can save may be family, friends, church member or a neighbor across the street or across the nation.

See announcement of the current blood donation drive below.



Water is critical for body cellular systems to function. Cells comprises of all the tissues in the body. All functional activities of the body are carried on by millions of cells.

Water intake daily is more important than food.

Drink one glass-eight ounce before going to bed. Water makes up 75% of muscles, protects and cushions vital organs, helps convert food to energy, accounts for 22% of bones, helps body absorb nutrients, maintains Oxygen for breathing, regulates body temperature, makes up 83% of blood. Avoids stroke or heart attack! Re-Think your Drink - water is has zero calories and every sip counts!


Where Does Salt in our Diet come from?????

Cooking with extra salt — 5% Adding salt at the table — 6% Natural occurring — 12% Processed or prepared foods -- 77%

HIGH SODIUM FOODS: Bacon, Bouillon cubes, Boxed Rice, Breakfast cereals, Canned soups, Cheese, Cheese puffs, Potato Chips, Frozen dinners, Gravy, Ham, Hot dogs, Pickles, Olives, Ramen Noodles, Salad dressings, Sausage, Pretzels, Ketchup, Salted Nuts, Packaged deli meat.

LEARN TO READ LABELS! Use herbs and spices to flavor foods. Choose fresh foods over processed foods. Limit foods with more than 200 mg of sodium per serving.

STAY under 1,500 mg per day which is associated with the greatest reduction in blood pressure.



What is Asthma? Asthma is a disease that causes the airways of the lungs to tighten and swell. It is common in children, teens, and adult. It is a chronic disease that when it attacks it is because the lungs are not getting enough air to breath. Congestion in the throat coughing and wheezing are some of the signs/symptoms of an asthma attack.

What are the warning signs? Coughing especially at night. Cold and Flu like symptoms. Fever. Stuffy nose or runny nose. Sneezed and watery eyes. Tightness in the chest. Headache/Stomach-ache.

An allergy can trigger an Asthma Attack. Asthma and Allergies can be seasonal — when weather changes it can trigger an allergy and or asthma attacks. Other triggers include: second hand smoke, pets, mold, dust mites, and pests. Asthma is caused by family history, immune/environmental factor and is often associated with eczema and allergens.

Staying AWARE FROM TRIGGERS, KEEPING YOU AIR WAY CLEAR—COUGH/Blow nose, an using your inhaler is the best practice in Management of Asthma and Allergies.

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"A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another."

- John 13:34-35 (niv)