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Rock Creek Health & Rehab, opening soon in Sulphur Springs, makes Medicare benefits easy to understand

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Medicare is sometimes difficult to understand. Rock Creek Health & Rehab, which will open this summer at 1414 College Street in Sulphur Springs, has provided the following information to help Medicare beneficiaries understand their benefits.

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Training for Two: Exercise Moves You Can Do With Your Dog

Not all dogs or humans love a long run, but that's no excuse for not getting your exercise (or not helping your pooch get hers). So celeb trainer Gunnar Peterson has developed a series of moves you can do together to fight boredom and fat. "It's all about efficiency," he says. You can see his videos at "Training Room" on Petfit.com, but here's a preview:

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Feel right at home with At Home Healthcare

Providing home care since 1986, At Home Healthcare today has 11 offices located throughout East and North East Texas, including a Sulphur Springs location at 858 Gilmer St..  Laura Mitchell, RN is the Parent Administrator and Stieneke deGroot, RN is the Branch Manager, both overseeing the care provided out of At Home Healthcare’s Sulphur Springs office. 
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How to Choose a Home Care Agency: Finding the best takes some effort, but it’s worth the investment

Simply put, home care is health care delivered to you in your own home. A variety of home care services are available including nursing and therapy, as well as those who can assist with the most personal of needs such as helping with bathing, dressing, or preparation of meals. Home health care provides the care you need in the convenience and comfort of your own home. A familiar home environment contributes to maintaining a positive outlook and often results in a more speedy recovery. Choosing the right home health agency is a serious decision and can be a difficult process if you’re not sure what to look for.

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NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH: Meet ‘Dr. Kenny,’ specializng in pediatric dental practice

Dr. Kenneth C. Thompson grew up in Sulphur Springs, Texas. He attended Texas Tech University for his undergrad degree. Following graduation, Dr. Thompson attended Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas where he graduated with honors. He then completed an additional two years of training in pediatric dentistry at Children's Medical Center in Dallas and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital.

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