May 6, 2019

National Infertility Survival Day

National Infertility Survival Day is an annual holiday to be celebrated on the first Sunday in May, the Sunday before Mother's Day, to raise awareness of infertility and related issues. The day was created by Beverly Barna, author of Infertility Sucks! Keeping it All Together When Sperm and Egg Stubbornly Remain Apart, in 2004.

National Melanoma Monday

The aim of Melanoma Monday is to raise awareness about melanoma. Melanoma is an aggressive form of skin cancer in which cells within moles on the skin becoming malignant (cancerous) and can spread rapidly to other areas of the body if left untreated.

National Nurses Day

National Nurses Day is observed annually on May 6, the start of National Nursing Week. The United States celebrates National Nursing Week each year from beginning on May 6 and ending on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.

National Beverage Day

Enjoy a hot, cold, blended, shaken, alcoholic, non-alcoholic, sweet, sour, smooth, dry, freshly squeezed, or frozen beverage.

National Crepe Suzette Day

Crepe Suzette a thin French dessert pancake with a brandy and citrus sauce, usually set aflame when served.