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March Health Awareness’

  1. Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month

  2. National Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month

  3. National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

  4. National Endometriosis Awareness Month

  5. National Kidney Month

  6. National Nutrition Month

  7. National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

  8. Save Your Vision Month

  9. Trisomy Awareness Month

  10. World Kidney Day (March 14)

  11. World Sleep Day (March 15)

  12. National School Breakfast Week (March 4–8)

  13. National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 10)

  14. Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 10–16)

  15. National Sleep Awareness Week (March 3–10)

  16. Brain Awareness Week (March 11–17)

  17. National Poison Prevention Week (March 17–23)

  18. National Native American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 20)

  19. World Tuberculosis Day (March 24)

  20. American Diabetes Alert Day (March 26)

  21. Purple Day for epilepsy awareness (March 26)

  22. As dental professionals we work closely together with all healthcare providers to provide our patients with the absolute best care possible. Our bodies are amazing and just like anything else they require check-ups. If you are having or have had any symptoms with anything listed above, this month would be a great time to call your primary care physician and have them checked out. Everyone’s lives are extremely busy and as physicians we completely understand however your health comes first so take some time out for yourself and schedule your yearly exams.

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