Noticias

National Birth Defects Prevention Month

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Por Sherrie Pratt, Media & Communications Specialist

Bringing a baby into the world is one of the most beautiful moments in life. But sometimes, new babies face challenges due to birth defects. January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month and Central Florida Health Care encourages making healthy choices during pregnancy to help reduce a baby’s chance of...

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Sickle Cell Disease ~ What You Need to Know

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Por Sherrie Pratt, Media & Communications Specialist

Living with pain is difficult, and those with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) know the challenges first-hand. It’s not a disease one can catch. It’s an inherited blood disorder present at birth that causes red blood cells, shaped like a sickle (C-shaped), to stick together and block blood flow and oxygen...

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Spice Up Your Health

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Por Ron Lund

Spices and Herbs make a difference in making food taste delicious and healthy. This American Diabetes Month, Central Florida Health Care Registered Dietician Nutritionist Ron Lund reminds his patients that spices, and herbs have many benefits. They come from plants and are used either fresh or dried and then added...

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Think Fast, Think Pink, Think Beat

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Por Sherrie Pratt, Communications Coordinator

We all know breast cancer is a leading form of cancer among women. Yes, mammograms are uncomfortable; mammograms take time out of your day; mammograms can be costly. However, YES, mammograms CAN save your life, so it’s important to say Yes; I’m going to schedule one today. October is National...

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