September is PCOS Awareness Month. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, often shortened to PCOS, is a hormonal condition where your ovaries produce excess hormones. This results in a hormonal imbalance that can cause irregular menstrual cycles, high androgen levels, and cysts in the ovaries. According to the World Health Organization, PCOS affects 8-13% of reproductive-aged women, but up to 70% of affected women go undiagnosed worldwide.
As your child returns to school this September, it’s important to be aware that it’s Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. This time of year can be especially difficult for some students, and their risk of suicide may increase.
Ensuring your child’s vaccinations are up-to-date protects their health and contributes to the overall well-being of the school community. Let’s explore some essential immunization tips and back-to-school strategies to promote a safe and healthy academic year.
In honor of Financial Awareness Day on August 14th, we would like to highlight our Financial Wellness Program. This program emphasizes the importance of building a stable financial future from the present day throughout your retirement years. With financial awareness, you can take charge of your finances and achieve financial success.