The warm, welcoming environment at Briya Public Charter School, Mary’s Center’s partner in education, fosters a supportive community of students from over thirty countries around the world.
Dear President Obama
As you leave office, the participants, staff and Board of Mary’s Center would like to take this opportunity to thank you and the First Lady for your sincere commitment to the community, to increasing access to healthcare, and to improving health outcomes.
Your smile is an important part of your personality, but it also affects your overall health. You can help prevent conditions like heart disease, respiratory infections and dementia by taking care of your smile and making oral care a priority. Mary’s Center dentist Dr. Brigitte White tells you how.
1. Good Home Care. Brushing in between meals and before bedtime is recommended for good oral health. Choose a fluoride toothpaste and be sure to floss and use a mouth rinse as well.
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!
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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