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Do This and Watch Your Energy Bills Go Down!

The cold weather can really burn a hole in your pocketbook or wallet. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to cut your energy costs. Here are 10 tips for you to try.

1.    Use Residual Heat to Finish Off Your Cooking.

Start the Year Strong!

To help you start 2017 on a happy and healthy note, we’ve compiled a list of some of Mary’s Center’s best blog posts of 2016, full of great advice for you and your family.

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Letter to Santa

Mary’s Center’s staff members have many talents! Not only are they highly-qualified and compassionate providers of healthcare, education and social services, but they are also actors, singers, magicians and poets. One example is Jacqueline Mallet-Cedeno, a Registered Nurse who serves as our Managed Care Organization Panel Nurse Manager. A mother of four, Jacqueline wrote this humorous but spiritual poem to bring holiday cheer and inspiration to us all. Happy Holidays!


Quick and Easy Italian Bean Soup

The cold weather is definitely here! But don’t worry, because nutritionists Candice Floyd and Yudith Portillo of the Mary’s Center  SNAP-Ed program have a great low-calorie, high-fiber recipe to help you fight the chill! This Quick and Easy Italian Bean Soup can also make a great appetizer for your holiday party, instead of the regular cheese or meatballs.

Boost Your Immune System and Stay Healthy This Winter!

Your immune system plays a vital role, protecting your body against bacteria and viruses. In order to stay at your healthiest, it’s important to keep your immune system strong. Mary’s Center’s WIC Program Nutritionist, Zara Awan, tells you how.

 There are two main strategies you can use to boost your immunity:



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