The Power Of A Wish

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health… One of the most meaningful aspects of our relationship with Make-A-Wish® has been rallyingour organization around the mission to change the lives of wish kids and their families throughthe power of a wish. Helping others is a part of the Watertree Health® DNA, and when it comesto improving the…

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Men’s Health: Mind and Body

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health… Unfortunately, a large percentage of busy men like me have ‘health’ listed on the lower end of our priorities. When life gets hectic, it’s important we still find daily productive “me time” to benefit our health. Keeping up with good habits can help us drastically decrease our risk for…

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Women and Strokes

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health…  Ask yourself this: Would the special women in your life be able to identify if a stroke were happening to them? Chances are, they may not know all the signs. That’s because women may experience entirely different stroke symptoms than men, and many aren’t well known. Yet, each…

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Changing the Conversation About Autism in the Workplace

By Shane Power,  President of Watertree Health…After watching The Good Doctor on ABC, the show made me do a lot of thinking. The lead character, Shaun Murphy, is a surgical resident with autism. The show manages to uniquely display the trials and tribulations he faces in the workplace, and how he adapts to them. First, I began…

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Debunking the Myths Behind Chronic Kidney Disease

by Shane Power, President of Watertree Health We’re honored to now be partnered with the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). They are the leading organization dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease. The NKF assists hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals, millions of patients and their families, and tens of millions of Americans at…

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Nonprofits Need Our Help Now More Than Ever

By Shane Power, President and Ceci West, Chief Marketing and Purpose Officer of Watertree Health… After reading the Los Angeles Times article “The GOP tax reform will devastate Charitable Giving”, we were alarmed.  As the author, Bryan McQueeney stated in his article, “The reward for giving will go down and the cost of giving will go up.”…

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Put Together Your Winning Resolutions Team

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health…Happy 2018! By now you may know that, at Mississippi State University, I was a member of the All-SEC Men’s basketball team. After college, I played professionally for Italy’s Top Division, Teramo Basket and Reggio Calabria. All of this would not have been possible without discipline. Yes, you need…

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Stop Judging Nonprofits Unfairly

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health…  It’s that time of year when nonprofits are most active in their fundraising efforts, and when the breadth and depth of their vital programs addressing social issues will be determined for the following year.  This is also when people scrutinize the nonprofits to which they are considering giving their…

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Watertree Health MVP Spotlight: Catherine Blake

 Continuing Series…Catherine Blake, who covers northern Nevada and northeastern California, is a star Service Rep who has been with Watertree Health since 2010, making her one of the longest-standing team members.She is a mother of two grown boys and has had many interesting adventures, including sailing around the Pacific for two years when her sons…

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Help Break the Cycle of Poor Health

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health… 1 in 8 Americans (that’s 46 million people!) don’t have enough food or are forced to choose less expensive foods that are less nutritious. For adults, this may lead to Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and obesity. For children, it’s harder to learn and grow on an…

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