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Archive: 1/2017

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Molly Ward, Whitney Young Health's Certified Diabetes Educator is guest blogging to give you the right tips to not only keep your resolution, but turn this goal into a new healthy lifestyle.


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Colder weather means that you and everyone around you are more susceptible to germs and catching a cold or more seriously, coming down with the flu. It's important to know not only how to take preventive measures so you don't catch these illnesses, but to know the signs and differences so you can receive the care you need to get better.

 


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Theodore Zeltner was promoted to chief medical officer. Zeltner will be responsible for organizing and directing the delivery of assigned medical/clinical services to the registered/enrolled population and assuring the quality and effectiveness of patient care.


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Almost 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease is almost always preventable. Prevention can be done through vaccination and other appropriate screenings such as Pap and HPV tests.

 

 


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Whitney Young Health is happy to announce that $10,132 was raised during our End of Year Giving Campaign, taking place throughout the holiday season. The funds raised will go towards providing crucial healthcare needs to those who are under-insured or even have no insurance at all.


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