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Dallas Medical Courier Service: What Lies Beneath

A few days ago we had to move my couch in order to retrieve a toy that spun between the couch and the wall. Normally, this would not be material worthy of a Dallas Medical Courier Service blog, but what was found underneath the furniture was certainly grounds for a hazmat crew. Seeing as the Dallas Healthcare Delivery Service division is here for your good health, it is fitting that this blog is dedicated to some of the…dirtier…aspects of “home”.  I’ll spare you the gory details of what lies beneath, and instead shed light on some of the more forgotten areas of your home that could be in need of a good cleaning.

Dallas Organ Deliveries: American Heart Month

January flew by, and now that we’re in the month of February, our Dallas Organ Deliveries friends want to be sure we highlight an important event going on all month in honor of the most important organ in the body: the heart. February is American Heart Month, dedicated to bringing awareness to risk factors associated with heart disease. The heart is an important symbol in February, the month of love and Valentine’s Day, but what it represents is far more important.

Medical Lab Couriers: Families in Focus

We know, we know our blogs are simply amazing. And normally have a little bit of humor added into them too. But, coming from our medical lab deliveries Dallas team, we wanted to focus on something a little bit more serious for this blog- family. Especially during a time when so many natural, and not so natural disasters are occurring in our country. We believe that many times the idea of family is strongly taken for granted, especially during the summer season when everyone seems to have their own schedules. But, we urge you. Make the effort to get everyone together at least one night a week for some good old fashioned family fun, or a nice family dinner. Because, at the end of the day, others come and go, but your family will always be there. Sure, we know, you probably had a fight with your sister just last week, but call her up and tell you’re sorry, because you never know what could happen in the blink of an eye.