Health

Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes Word Basic I & II • Excel I & II • PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Classes • QuickBooks I & II Microsoft … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center”

Local Businesses Needed To Join The Fight Against Alzheimer’s

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

The Alzheimer’s Association® is inviting Coastal Georgia corporations to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Shepherd Living at Savannah Quarters will be hosting a Walk to End Alzheimer’s Corporate Team Kick Off on Thursday, July 25 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Local businesses are invited to learn more about how … Continue reading “Local Businesses Needed To Join The Fight Against Alzheimer’s”

Mosquito-Borne Virus Activity Now Widespread in Chatham County

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

Chatham County Mosquito Control has confirmed that samples of mosquitoes collected in multiple locations across Chatham County have tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). “These additional positive mosquito samples are not unexpected,” said Dr. Lawton Davis, Health Director of the Coastal Health District. “Last week, Mosquito Control confirmed West Nile virus in a pool of mosquitoes in midtown Savannah. … Continue reading “Mosquito-Borne Virus Activity Now Widespread in Chatham County”

Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | July 10, 2019

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes Word Basic I & II • Excel I & II • PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Classes • QuickBooks I & II Microsoft … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center”

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Gives Tips For Traveling Cancer Patients

By Savannah Tribune | July 10, 2019

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has compiled some tips to help cancer patients prepare for their trip that can make traveling a more enjoyable experience. Before you go: Talk to your doctor: Unfortunately, it isn’t always safe for people in cancer treatment to fly. Make sure you get approval from your doctor, receive any vaccines required for travel, inquire … Continue reading “The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Gives Tips For Traveling Cancer Patients”

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | July 10, 2019

By now, your children are out of school and are doing their summer-time “thing.” For some kids, that is vacationing and spending time with family, while for others, it is relaxing— watching tv, playing video games, or on the computer (phones) several hours of the day. Computers, telephones, and computerized games have become a routine part of kids’ lives. Surveys … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”

Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | July 03, 2019

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes Word Basic I & II • Excel I & II • PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Classes • QuickBooks I & II Microsoft … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center”

Protect Yourself from Mosquito Bites This Summer

By Savannah Tribune | July 03, 2019

This holiday week, whether you’re grilling in the backyard or gathering for fireworks, there’s one pesky neighbor you shouldn’t invite to the party – the mosquito. But unless you’ve taken precautions, these nuisance insects may show up, bringing viruses along with them. Mosquitoes can pass viruses like West Nile Virus to humans when they bite. There have been no confirmed … Continue reading “Protect Yourself from Mosquito Bites This Summer”

Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | June 26, 2019

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes Word Basic I & II • Excel I & II • PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Classes • QuickBooks I & II Microsoft … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes at African-American Health Information & Resource Center”

Do You Have A Primary Care Physician?

By Savannah Tribune | June 26, 2019

Welcome to summer— baseball season is here, and I love watching the Savannah Bananas round the bases at Grayson Stadium. But, what if I told you the Bananas wouldn’t have a manager this season? Yes, no Tyler Gillum. While it’s hard to imagine a team forgoing its head coach’s expertise, many Americans reject that type of support in our own … Continue reading “Do You Have A Primary Care Physician?”