Healthy Focus eNewsletter – August

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The Cancer You Can Help Prevent: Cervical Cancer and HPV

If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, then the scales are definitely tipping against cervical cancer. Primarily caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), cervical cancer strikes approximately 12,000 women annually and kills as many as 4,000 each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While those numbers are sobering, the good news is that new research and vaccines are making it possible to ward off HPV, drastically lessening the chance of developing cervical cancer. Learn More

FACEBOOK LIVE: Be Wise and Immunize FB Live | August 22, 2022, 12 noon  Learn More

Presented by Griffin Wood, PA, HCMC Hospitalist Program We are excited to have Griffin Wood, PA, to provide our FB Live about which vaccines you need to keep you and your loved ones healthy. “An Overview of Active ad Passive Immunity and the Importance of Immunizations” will be the focus of Wood’s presentation. Wood will be working with our HCMC Hospitalist program.

Find Your Future at HCMC!

Transform your career, your community, and the healthcare industry. Join us for an Onsite Job Fair.

Star in Your own Screen Test

Are you ready to take the leading role in your own healthcare? Get started today and Star in Your Own Screen Test to achieve award-winning health. Create a script for your own healthy life story by scheduling regular check-ups, preventive screenings, and immunizations. Co-star with your doctor to ensure you get a standing ovation for your health by raising any questions or concerns you may have. Your life depends on it. Learn More


Meet Charles D. Rainbolt, D.O. Family Medicine Transitions Health Clinic and Eagle Creek Clinic

Salmon & Melting Cherry Tomatoes

This delicious recipe features salmon, which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and have been shown to lower blood pressure and reduce inflammation. Tomatoes can help help reduce your risk of heart disease and cancer, and are an excellent source of vitamin C, folate, potassium and vitamin K.