HOPE CLINIC ANNOUNCES HOPE THAT'S FREE SPONSORS July 23rd, 2018
The Hope Clinic and Care Center would like to Thank our Presenting Sponsor Catalyst Construction.
We would also like to thank our Compassion Sponsors: Metal Man Work Gear and Security-Luebke Roofing.
The follow Corporate Sponsors were also very beneficial in sponsoring our work.
Valley Financial Group - Dave Quella
Thank you for your support we couldn’t have done all this without your help.
A special shout out to Dave Quella and his team who were integral in getting this Golf Outing and Dinner going and supported.
Benefits of Drinking More Water February 27th, 2018
We all know that our bodies depend on water to survive. How much water do we actually need per day? And why is it so important that we drink water? First let’s break down the amount of water needed for each person:
o Women: 9 cups per day
o Men: 13 cups per day
o Children: 4-8 year olds need 5 cups; 9-13 year olds need 7-8 cups per day; 12-18 year olds need 8-11 cups of water per day.
What are the benefits of drinking so much water? Water is essential in keeping your body temperature within normal range, cushions your joints, protects your spine, and helps to eliminate waste in your body. On top of those medical reasons, water also helps keep your skin looking healthy and vibrant. If those reasons are not enough, water is also an excellent way to help manage your weight and boosts your energy levels throughout the day!
Tips for drinking enough water:
Try carrying a water bottle with you throughout your day
Skip sugary drinks and hydrate with water instead
Add some lemon or fruit to your water to change up the flavor
The Flu: What Are The Symptoms & When To See A Doctor February 6th, 2018
Typical Flu Symptoms — body aches, high fever, headache, tiredness, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and a runny nose. Stomach flu main include cramps, vomiting and diarrhea.
When to see the doctor— Typically you don’t need to see the doctor for the flu. With plenty of rest and extra fluids, people recover on their own from the flu within a week or two without any lasting issues. However, some people are at higher risk when they have the flu and need to seek medical attention. Those at risk may include but are not limited to: newborns, people over 65, people with a weakened immune system, pregnant women or those that have diabetes or other chronic diseases like asthma or heart problems.
You may also need to see a doctor if your symptoms escalate to coughing up blood, high fever, trouble breathing, pain in your chest, or if symptoms persist for longer than a week.