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Senior Citizens Council to hold health fair

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Friday, May 25, you are invited to attend the community health fair, hosted by the Senior Citizens Council. Beginning at 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., you can have fun, socialize, and learn about fantastic opportunities provided by many healthcare providers, professionals, and care facilities. While at the health fair, you can interact and learn about opportunities from employees representing Madison Health and Rehabilitation, Big Bend Hospice, Aflac Insurance, Madison County Memorial Hospital, and so much more. Attending the health fair will also be your…

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NFCC holds health fair

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Friday, April 13, the Allied Health students at North Florida Community College (NFCC) held a free health fair for the citizens of Madison County. Numerous organizations, businesses and individuals were on hand to provide useful information on topics ranging from disaster preparedness to nutrition. Free health screenings, including blood pressure and cholesterol, were also available. OneBlood had their “Big Red Bus” on hand for a blood drive. With an hour still to go, the blood drive had already exceeded their goal for blood donations….

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The Sickle Cell Foundation expands services to Madison County

The Sickle Cell Foundation (SCF), Inc. is pleased to announce its expansion into Madison County. They offer services to clients with sickle cell disease and trait. The Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. was founded in February of 1980 and is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization. The foundation is a part of 16 chapters under the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Florida. The area covered locally by the foundation includes Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison and Taylor counties. The SCF will conduct monthly support group meetings in Madison. The meetings are…

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The Well Woman Visit is the first step in the fight against women’s number one killer, heart disease

Heart disease is the number one killer of women. An estimated 44 million women in the U.S. are affected by cardiovascular diseases, while 90 percent of women have one or more risk factors for heart disease or stroke. Today, in the U.S., about 285 fewer women die from heart disease and stroke each day. Cardiovascular disease death in women has decreased by more than 30 percent over the past 10 years. It still remains the number one killer of women, killing more women each year than all cancers combined. The…

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