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Sickle cell disease (or SCD) is a group of inherited red blood cell disorders that prevents the normal flow of nutrition and oxygen, typically affecting the African American and Hispanic American populations. The Foundation for Sickle Cell Disease Research (FSCDR) has created a center specifically made for sickle cell disease patients in which they cater to every need and provide wrap-around services for these individuals.

President and founder Dr. Lanetta Bronte-Hall provides more insight into what the foundation has to offer for these patients.

Natural disasters like Hurricane Ian, earthquakes, wildfires, or even war — can occur close to home or far away. But regardless of where we are in the world—when we hear the news, it affects us. We feel for people who might be hurt and the communities that are damaged. And if you know someone who […]

A Place of Hope

Finding hope within a recovery center, luxury travel, dining in style, how to find the best legal aid, plus lots more! For those suffering from addiction and associated disorders like PTSD and trauma, hope is hard to find. But The Last Resort Recovery Center helps where others can’t. The Christensen Farms team is committed to […]

Increasing Overall Health And Wellness: What To Consider When Choosing An Addiction Treatment Center

For those suffering from addiction and associated disorders like PTSD and trauma, hope is hard to find. But The Last Resort Recovery Center helps where others can’t. We go to their ranch in the heart of Texas to learn more about how they change lives.

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