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50 - CAPE GAZETrE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 Briefly Medicare has nursing home information Medicare is now offering infor- mation about nursing homes in Delaware to help consumers make an informed decision. Part- nering with Quality Insights of Delaware, the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization, Medicare has made objective quality information available to help in the selection of a nursing home. Find the information on 10 quality measures in the section Nursing Home Compare at Medicare's website, www.medicare.gov, or by calling Medicare's helpline at 1-800- MEDICARE. Blue Jeans for Babies Day slated Nov. 20 Wbo'd have thought that wear- ing jeans and an official March of Dimes "Blue Jeans for Babies" T- shirt could do so much good? But it does. Wear a Blue Jeans for Babies t- shirt Wednesday, Nov. 20, and show you care about giving ba- bies a healthy start in life - babies in the local community and all across the country. Get the whole company on board or do it on one's own. T-shirts are long sleeve and cost $20 each. All proceeds benefit the March of Dimes. To order a Blue Jeans for Babies T-shirt and further event information, call the March of Dimes office at 302-225-1020, visit their website at www.mar- chofdimes.com or call the Re- source Center at 1-888-MOD- IMES. The event is sponsored by the March of Dimes and A.I. duPont Hospital for Children. Massage therapist joins Family Practice Center Cathy Robinson, RN, LMT, re- cently joined the staff at Family Prac- tice Center in Lewes. Robin- son, a 1998 graduate of the Baltimore School of Mas- sage, is certi- ROBINSON fled by the Therapeutic Massage and Body- work national certification board. Also a member of the American Therapy Association, she is a reg- istered nurse who works in Beebe Medical Center Critical Care Unit. Robinson specializes in thera- peutic massage techniques, in- cluding relaxation massage and deep tissue massage. Massage therapy has been proven effective for numerous medical conditions including arthritis, asthma, insomnia and fi- bromyalgia. Robinson believes touch is es- sential for a person's physical and mental well-being. Realizing people have unique and different needs, her goal is to provide therapeutic touch through massage therapy. To schedule an appointment, call the Family Practice Center at 645-2833. Beebe School of Nursing sets open house Nov. 21 Beebe School of Nursing is Save %. 50% ICk,l, i,,n. =I,.1.4. = L.',I, ,.. Celebrex , MG 00 Caps $109 Fosamax 70 MG 12 Tabs $100 Ltpitor i:i:i;:: 20MG ::::: 90:Tabs : $150 Fill your prescriptions with Redwood Drugs, a licensed Canadian Pharmacy and SAVE! Call today for your free price quote. hosting its semiannual open house from 3 to 5 pJn., Thursday, Nov. 21 at the school located in back of Beebe Medical Center. Beebe's nursing education pro- gram is known for offering com- prehensive nursing education, providing training in basic nurs- ing concepts, advanced technolo- gy and critical care nursing. The two-year curriculum pro- vides optimal hands-on clinical experience that is highly accessi- ble due to the school's proximity to Beebe Medical Center. This year, the school had a 100 percent pass rate for the second consecutive year. Upon completion, graduates are well prepared for licensure and entry-level nursing practice. Stu- dents can earn a bachelor's degree in one additional year through an articulation agreement with Wilmington College. Prerequisite college courses and a certified nursing assistant course are required prior to enrollment in If your PSORIASIS EVER looks like THIS the 17-week semester nursing program. For more information, call Beebe School of Nursing at 645- 3251. Milford diabetes group meets Nov. 18 The monthly meetings of the di- abetes support group meets the third Monday of each month from 2 to 3:30 p.m., in Room 276, at Milford Memorial Hospital. The group is designed to give people with diabetes an open forum for the exchange of information and support. It also provides the opportunity to generate enthusiasm and moti- vation. The next meeting is Nov. 18. Preregistration is not required for the free program. For informa- tion about the diabetes programs and classes, call the Diabetes Care Centers at Bayhealth at 302-430- 5573. CLEARIASiS WILL CHAHGE IT TO THIS: CALL NOW TOLL-FREE 1-877-425-8227 Tol Free 1-866-211-3768 Led by Dr. Patrick Swier, Johns Hopkins traiined in today's most successful beauty technologies, the Swier Clinic specializes in the cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures that enhance beauty and restore confidence. Providing everything] from facial rejuvenation and reconstructive surgery to breast surgery and body sculpting, the Swier Clinic can help you look and feel your best. 750 Kings Highway Suite 103 Lewes 302-645-7737 theSwierClinic