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  • National Nutrition Month Facts – Dairy

      Learn more about the benefits of adding dairy to your daily diet at myplate.gov/eat-healthy/dairy. Contact your Alliance Community Healthcare provider to find out what’s missing from your plate at 201.451.6300.

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  • National Nutrition Month Facts – Proteins

      With any food group, always practice variety and moderation. Daily recommendations depend on factors such as age, sex and physical activity. Proteins can be a great source of nutrients such as B Vitamins, Iron and Magnesium. But you should watch your intake on cholesterol and saturated fat. It’s also important to note that protein

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  • International Women’s Day

      Join us in celebrating #InternationalWomensDay by recognizing and appreciating the incredible women who have made a difference in your life today. Here’s to future success and equality for women across the globe. Learn how you can #ChoosetoChallenge and call out gender bias at www.internationalwomensday.com

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  • Women’s History Month

      March is Women’s History Month! Alliance Community Healthcare would like to recognize the many women that have helped shape and cultivate the medical field. Let’s celebrate the women who forged a path for us and continue to make advancements in medicine: wimlf.org/womens-history-month.

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  • National Nutrition Month

      Every life stage and lifestyle come with their own dietary needs. To live healthy, we all need a well-balanced diet and regular exercise. In honor of #NationalNutritionMonth, we will be posting some helpful nutrition facts surrounding the five basic food groups: fruits, vegetables, protein, dairy and whole grains. We encourage you to take the

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  • National Children’s Dental Health Month

        Milk residue can build up on your baby’s gums and tongue, leaving them vulnerable to bacteria. By regularly cleaning them after every feed, you’re getting your child used to good oral hygiene for when they’re old enough to brush on their own. If your baby still has white residue on their tongue and

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