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Prevent Suicide: Know the Warning Signs

Prevent Suicide: Know the Warning Signs September is recognized as National Suicide Awareness Month. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, suicide is the third leading cause of death among young adults in the United States, and the tenth leading cause of death overall. But mental health professionals say that most suicide cases can be prevented. And family and friends...
Archbold Hospice Flower Ministry in Cairo

Archbold Hospice Flower Ministry in Cairo

To many people, giving flowers is customary for a joyous or somber occasion. We often send flowers to express our love, gratitude or sincerest apology. But why do we send flowers when someone isn’t feeling well? According to research published by the National Institutes of Health, flowers simply make us feel better. The NIH study showed that patients with plants and flowers...
Archbold Hospice Flower Ministry in Bainbridge

Archbold Hospice Flower Ministry in Bainbridge

To many people, giving flowers is customary for a joyous or somber occasion. We often send flowers to express our love, gratitude or sincerest apology. But why do we send flowers when someone isn’t feeling well? According to research published by the National Institutes of Health, flowers simply make us feel better. The NIH study showed that patients with plants and flowers...