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Welcome to our blog! As we grow as a healthcare organization, we are ever mindful of our mission to connect with more people, in more ways. We want to continue to expand not only our facilities and programs, but our reach. We want to be a trusted resource for news, events that inform and educate, and stories that inspire. We hope this blog will be a useful platform, and that you will follow us here.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month – The Importance of Early Detection in Young Women

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which serves as a good reminder for women to get screened.
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Want to Avoid a “Twindemic”? Get a Flu Shot

There are many misconceptions about getting a flu shot. With COVID-19 cases on the rise again, getting a flu shot is more important than ever. 
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Expecting or Hoping to Be? Why You Should Consider Genetic Counseling

OBGYNs now recommend that prenatal genetic screening be offered to all pregnant women regardless of their age or other risk factors.
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Here’s How to Have a Safe and Fun Halloween

Don’t let coronavirus scare you away from your family’s Halloween celebration. Tips and creative ideas to stay safe and have fun. 
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Healthy Shopping on a Budget

How to supersize your grocery savings.
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Natural and No-Surgery Treatments for Arthritis

With the help of a rheumatologist, you can find many science-backed treatments to ease your pain.

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Breast Cancer Fact vs. Fiction: Do You Know the Truth?

Test your cancer prevention IQ with these 5 common questions for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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Getting Your Flu Shot is More Essential Than Ever

Learn more about the flu versus coronavirus.
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My Doctor Told My Child – To Be Fresh!

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a child’s healthy lifestyle.
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It’s Time to Change Your Workout and Nutrition Mindset… for Good

Lifestyle choices are directly linked to 18% of new cancer cases.
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