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  1. Summer Sun Safety

    As you are packing up the cooler, heading to the beach and preparing for that backyard barbeque this weekend, don’t forget to pack the most important items- sunscreen and sunglasses.  On Friday May 26, we recognize national “Don’t Fry Day”.  The Friday before Memorial Day every year marks the time…

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  2. Women’s heart health awareness month

    For decades, the diagnosis of heart disease has been an afterthought in the area of women’s health.  Conventional thought led us to believe that heart disease was an issue more for men than their female counterparts.  In reality, 1 in 3 women die of heart disease every year.  That’s one…

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  3. What is a ‘Culture of Health’?

    In recent years, we have heard the term “Culture of Health” used frequently.  We may hear it used in response to well-known public health crises such as increased rates of obesity and related diseases (ie. hypertension, diabetes etc…).  We may even hear this term used in reaction to individuals lacking…

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  4. The Millennial Generation in the new age of HIV/AIDS

    “Generation X”, the “Baby Boomers”, and all generations born before can remember a world without AIDS.  These generations can remember when HIV (The Human Immunodeficiency Virus –the virus that causes AIDS) was first discovered.  Above all, they knew the fear of death that loomed with a positive diagnosis.   However,…

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  5. Getting Beyond “The Talk”

    It’s the dreadful memory that many adults have embedded in their brains ….the day mom or dad sat them down to have “The Talk”.  This ghastly rite of passage has unnerved generations for centuries.   The topic of sex or “the birds and the bees” is as old as time, but…

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  6. National HIV Testing Day in June

    On June 27 we recognize “National HIV Testing” Day.  Since the advent of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980’s, public awareness, scientific research and medical advances have come a long way.  While AIDS remains a prominent threat and has been identified as one of the most destructive pandemics in world…

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  7. Women’s Health Month

    As May comes to a close, we conclude the advocacy and awareness activities that have come along with National Women’s Health Month.  A movement that began over 40 years ago, the women’s health movement has highlighted health issues that are unique to women.  These efforts have brought great progress for…

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  8. Bridging the gender gap: The new age of healthcare for men

    There has been a lot of talk in the past few years about the changing healthcare landscape.  Through lengthy Supreme Court hearings, we have learned about the provisions that impact women.  However, there is one group that has flown under the radar in the press-men.   Public health data from…

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  9. Kick Butt this month by breathing easy at home!

    On March 16, will recognize National “Kick Butt” Day, a time to recognize the dangers of tobacco use and begin the process of quitting.  In 2009 the state of Pennsylvania joined the rest of the country in adopting indoor air laws, laws that prohibited smoking in many public places.  While…

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Ann Decker

A financially stable agency

I first became familiar with LFHS while working at JBT. JBT financially supports the agency, so I was asked to become involved in a volunteer capacity. The agency is extremely well run.

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Diabetes Prevention Program

 

prevent T2

Enrolling NOW!

Begins Tuesday June 20 (weekly)

5:15-6:15

Call 273-6741 ext. 310

  • Swing on by for a great time!

    golf

    Erma M. Kapp Memorial Golf Tournament

    Thursday July 27

    1pm

    Royal Oaks Golf Course

    Call 273-6741

    or order tickets on-line

  • Primary Care NOW Available at LFHS!

    Primary Care6.2017

    Thursdays 8am-5pm.

    Beginning July 6

    Call 273-6741 for an appointment