Click the link to read the latest issue: Healthy Focus- November
The One Cancer You Can 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 13,000 women annually and kills as many as 4,000 each year, according to the National Cervical Cancer Coalition. While those numbers are sobering, the good news is that new research is making it possible to ward off HPV, drastically lessening the chance of developing cervical cancer. Click the link for more information: Healthy Focus- November
Squash Your Way to Health
You may prize squash for its autumnal good looks, or rue your overly ambitious plantings if you’re a gardener facing a bumper crop of zucchini. But when you start cooking with squash, you’ll appreciate the nutritional treasure you’ve got. Click the link for more information: Healthy Focus- November
HCMC Offers Ped for All for Its Tiniest Patients
HCMC Women’s Center now offers a service for its tiniest patients, Ped for All neonatal group, to ensure the best care for newborns. It is allowing babies to stay at HCMC for more specialized care, bringing the latest technology closer to home for our patients and families. You can learn more by contacting our Find Line at (731) 644-3463 or visit www.hcmc-tn.org.
Roasted Cauliflower Three Ways (Italian, Mexican, Indian)
Cauliflower contains unique plant compounds that may reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. Learn how to roast cauliflower, plus three delicious variations! You’ll find Italian, Mexican, and Indian-inspired versions within this roasted cauliflower recipe.
Click the link for more information: Healthy Focus- November