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  1. What does the new Healthcare Law mean to you?

    Unless you’ve been living in a sealed bunker deep in the earth for the past 4 years, you have probably heard about the New Healthcare Law, often referred to with many names: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Healthcare Reform or Obamacare.  Behind all the media madness, you are…

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  2. Practice Safe Sex, and Protect Your Fertility

    Preparing for a baby can be one of the most exciting times in anyone’s life. However, did you know that you need to prepare for your baby years before you collect a crib, stroller and baby clothes? Preparing for a future family is a life-long process of good nutrition and…

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  3. Folic Acid Key to Preventing Defects

    It’s a busy weekday morning in late January and Emily Simone has already begun her day at Lebanon Family Health Services by educating a pregnant woman about the importance of prenatal care, one of the many services offered at the agency. While the nine months of pregnancy is an exciting…

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  4. Testing Urged for Optimal Cervical Health

    According to the National Cervical Cancer Coalition, 70 percent of all adults have been infected with the Human Papilloma Virus, or HPV, the virus that leads to cervical cancer and genital warts. Fortunately, the majority of people do not develop cervical cancer or warts. Often, a person’s immune system will…

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  5. Make this the year to quit smoking

    3, 2, 1 – Happy New Year’s resolution! “This year is the year I’m going to quit smoking!” Does that sound familiar to you? Have you made the same New Year’s resolution before and not succeeded? You’re not alone. Many other tobacco users have made the same resolution only to…

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  6. Celebrating progress in AIDS Awareness

    Young adults graduating from high school and college today, unlike their parents and grandparents, have never known a world without AIDS. The disease that has claimed the lives of millions worldwide holds a different meaning to this new generation. In the past three decades, as public awareness and medical technology…

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  7. Just for the Health of It: Food fight worth the battle

    Like most parents, the daily “food fight” may be part of your everyday routine. No, not the kind of “food fight” that gets you sent to the principal’s office in high school, but the kind you have with your kids every day. For example, your child screaming for the purple…

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  8. Lebanon Family Health Program Helps to Kick Butts

    “Freedom!” is the word Holly Krall-Heft of Lebanon County used to describe her experience of recently quitting smoking. Holly, a recent graduate of Lebanon Family Health Services’ Freedom From Smoking program after smoking for more than 20 years, is not alone. Since the fervent smoking days of the 1960s, such…

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From WIC participant to a mentor helping other WIC participants

Beth Keeney is the Breastfeeding Peer Outreach Coordinator at our WIC office. But before she joined the staff, she was a client at LFHS and a participant of the WIC program.

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Primary Care

Effective immediately, LFHS will be offering primary care services once month (Third Thursday of each month). Schedule is as follows:
Thursday June 21
Thursday July 19
Thursday August 16
Thursday September 20
Thursday October 18
Thursday November 15
Thursday December 21
  • Diabetes Prevention Program

    prevent T2

    Registration and Information Session:

    Tuesday June 19 at noon & 6:30pm

    To register, call:

    (717) 273-6741 ext. 310

  • 2018 Farm to Table

    olaf in summer

    Wednesday June 13,

    9am-2pm

    Welcome back summer and your favorite FROZEN friends!