Did you know they use bugs in yogurt and other food? Yes! That’s right a bug called Carmine. It may even have another name used, so it’s not as clear that is is a bug. #Carmine
The Teal Pumpkin Project – Teal is the new Orange! – Help save God’s children by not giving them allergen containing treats, but other gifts instead. Plus raising awareness of food allergies during Trick or Treats or Trunk or Treats. Did you know that 1 in 13 children have a form of food allergy? #TealPumpkinProject #TealPumpkin #Halloween #Teal #FoodAllergies #FACET #FARE
National Father Daughter Take a Walk Together Day was created to promote the benefits of family bonding time between fathers and daughters as well as the benefits of physical activity. #NationalFatherDaughterTakeaWalkTogetherDay
End NF Car. In Corbin, KY, there is a car that says End NF. This is a special car driven by Wallen’s Towing & Recovery for local NF Hero, Austin Stewart. NF stands for Neurofibromatosis. NF runs in my family including myself, my mom, uncle and cousins on my mom’s side. #EndNF #Neurofibromatosis
When to use soap and water, and when to use hand sanitizer – The CDC notes that preventing the spread of sickness through handwashing is most effective when people know which method to use when cleaning their hands. #HandWashing
If Jesus had an Obituary – Obituaries are common among those who died. Check out this unknown author’s view of what Jesus Christ’s Obituary would be like if Christ had an Obituary.
National Walking Day – A day to get moving and walk. This day is now called Move More Day! This day is part of the American Heart Association to help get people up and moving and walking to good health. #NationalWalkingDay #MoveMore
Sweating Blood Prayer, an earnest prayer that Jesus prayed. When is last time you prayed like Jesus? I mean hard earnest prayer, a prayer where the blood sweat prayer. A hard deep prayer like Jesus did in the Mount of Olives before He was Crucified. He prayed so hard he sweated blood! Don’t just let Easter time remind you of this type of prayer, but let it be in your heart all the time. For this is a deep earnest burden type of prayer.
World Down Syndrome Day Wear Odd Socks – Time to wear odd socks and help raise awareness of Down Syndrome. #JohnsCrazySocks #LotsofSocks #WDSD19
World Kidney Day – 1 in 10 people worldwide. While severity can vary, CKD is incurable and causes the patient to need lifelong care. As the incidence of kidney disease escalates, World Kidney Day plays a crucial role in educating the public, the medical community and governments and in encouraging prevention and early detection of kidney disease. #WorldKidneyDay
Dress In Blue Day a day to wear blue to raise colon cancer awareness. This movement came from the Colon Cancer Alliance and for everyone to wear blue this one day of the month to help raise awareness for colon cancer. #ColonCancer #Blue #DressInBlueDay #BlueDay #ColonCancerAwareness #Colorectalcancer
World Cancer Day – A global event to help raise awareness of cancer. The goal is to reach as much as the world as possible. The single initiative under which the world can unite to raise the profile of cancer in a positive and inspiring way. Spearheaded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), World Cancer Day takes place for the last year under the tagline ‘We can. I can.’, which explores how everyone – as a collective or as individuals – can do their part to reduce the global burden of cancer. Just as cancer affects everyone in different ways, everyone has the power to take action to reduce the impact that cancer has. World Cancer Day is a chance to reflect on what you can do, make a pledge and take action. #WorldCancerDay #WeCanICan
National Wear Red Day. During American Heart Month in February, the American Heart Association will focus on women with “Go Red for Women,” a national movement about women and cardiovascular disease. Each year cardiovascular diseases claim the lives of nearly 500,000 women. For all of the women who have been affected by cardiovascular disease, the public is urged to participate in Wear Red Day. #NationalWearRedDay #WearRedandGive
It’s okay if walkers miss the 10,000-step standard – The 10,000-step standard – which equates to roughly five miles. It has some surprising origins that are not necessarily rooted in medical science.
National Sunglasses Day – Help The Vision Council celebrate National Sunglasses Day by sharing the importance of wearing ultraviolet (UV)-protective sunwear and eyewear on your social media channels. Make sure to use these hashtags. #NationalSunglassesDay #SunglassSelfie
20 things you didn’t know about stroke, that may save a life – Stroke is a leading cause of preventable death, but lack of awareness, education and resources are major barriers to stopping it. During May, American Stroke Month, the American Stroke Association, the world’s leading voluntary organization devoted to saving people from stroke, reveals 20 important things you probably didn’t know about stroke, in recognition of its 20th Anniversary: #Stroke
More than 222,000 Valentines were sent to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Spreading love to these children that are in the hospital this Valentine’s Day 2018. #ValentinesDay #CincinnatiChildrens