Health First Center Newsletter

HFC_calWe believe that the role of a medical center extends beyond medical care. It includes providing a wealth of healthcare-related resources, such as informational materials, that can help our community members improve their overall quality of life. One of these resources is our monthly Health First Center E-newsletter, which contains up-to-date articles about a variety of health concerns. Learn more at the following links:

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My Story

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Neva Harrow’s Story: Finding Breast Cancer

For 20 years, Neva Harrow, 63 of Claremont, has been vigilant about getting a mammogram screening for breast cancer every

General Health

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When Should You Get A Flu Shot?

While the timing of flu season is unpredictable, seasonal flu activity can begin as early as October and last as

Senior Health

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Catawba Valley Medical Center Celebrates 50 Years!

It started as a controversial idea in 1962. Building a hospital to serve the needs of the most vulnerable citizens,

Men's Health

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Enlarged Prostate? How to Cope

Enlarged prostate, a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), is the most common prostate problem for men ages 45

Youth Health

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College Students Vulnerable to Meningitis Virus

Warning parents, your college students may consider moving back home for the rest of their freshman year after reading this.

Women's Health

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Eating Healthy and Shopping on a Budget

With rising prices and falling budgets, it’s challenging to bring home ingredients for balanced meals. But eating right doesn’t have