National Children’s Dental Month

What is something your child could do for two minutes, twice a day that would lead to a healthier life? Brush their teeth. February is National Children’s Dental Month, and if your child doesn’t have great oral hygiene now is … Continue reading

Go Red for Women

Did you know that each year more women than men die from heart disease and stroke? Go Red for Women is a campaign from the American Heart Association to let the world know that heart disease is not just a … Continue reading

Heart Health Month

When you think of February, what do you think? For many people one of the first things that come to mind is a heart. Heart shaped paper, candy, and cookies are everywhere during this Valentines seasons. While Valentines Day is … Continue reading

Birth Defect Prevention Month

January is Birth Defect Prevention Month. This year the National Birth Defects Prevention Network wants you to make a PACT for prevention by Planning ahead, Avoiding harmful substances, Choosing a healthy lifestyle and Talking to your doctor. When a mother … Continue reading

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is very common in the United States. Most sexually active people get HPV at some point in their lives, but most never know they have been infected. Many HPV infections go away but sometimes HPV can … Continue reading

Wishing You a Healthy New Year

Happy New Year! With the New Year comes that exciting time when everyone is talking about their New Year’s Resolutions. Each year many American’s set resolutions that focus on their health.  We here at Mountainlands Community Health Center would like … Continue reading

Winter Safety

This time of the year most people start thinking of all the things they need to do to prepare for the holiday season. While you’re making that to-do list don’t forget to include one of the most important traditions-preparing yourself … Continue reading

Healthy Holiday Eating

When it comes to making healthy food choices there is no harder time of year than the holiday season. However, with these tips you’ll be ready to enjoy the party and not feel guilty afterwards. Give a few of them … Continue reading

How Gratitude May Improve Your Health

With Thanksgiving just around the corner everyone seems to be talking about gratitude. Many people have long held the notion that being thankful has led them to lead happier lives but recent scientific studies have found that gratitude is linked … Continue reading

Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer that begins in the lungs is called lung cancer. Over 200,000 people are diagnosed with lung cancer each year, and it claims more lives than breast, prostate and colon cancer combined. Smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer. … Continue reading

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