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June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

Alzehimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. More than 55 million people in the world live with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Alzheimer’s is a disease that kills nerve cells and tissue in the brain which affects one’s memory and ability to think and plan. The disease eventually causes one to lose their ability to communicate and recognize family and friends.

You may want to consider seeing a primary care physician if you notice your loved ones having difficulty with the following:

Show support this month by wearing purple. If you or a loved one needs assistance, please call our office at 301-593-9800.

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Diabetes Awareness Month

November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Every year the American Diabetes Association focuses on a campaign to educate Americans about diabetes. This year in 2022, the ADA’s campaign is “Diabetes Hits Different”.

Breast Cancer Awareness

This month we are spreading awareness on breast cancer. Breast cancer can start in different parts of the breast, but it is important to remember that most breast lumps are benign and not cancerous.

Chronic Pain

During the month of September, we want to bring awareness to chronic pain. Nearly 20 million Americans experience chronic pain. Chronic pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined.

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

In August we are observing National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM). After the past two years, we are all too familiar with vaccinations. We would like to highlight the importance of getting the recommended vaccines including the COVID-19 booster.


Healthy People 2030 is focusing on preventing and treating infectious diseases. Therefore, it is imperative that children and at-risk adults get recommended vaccinations to prevent infections such as measles, flu, and hepatitis A and B.

Mental Health Awareness Month

Since the pandemic, we have all gone through a great amount of changes including: disrupted schedules, lack of interactions, and losing loved ones which has affected the mental health of millions.