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Veronica Creech appointed as Chief of Economic Development and External Engagement at Advance Community Health
Advance Community Health announced today that Veronica Creech has been appointed Chief of Economic Development and External Engagement for the organization.
Supporting Black Men’s Mental Health
Too often shrouded in mystery, stigma, and shame, mental health (and mental illness) does not get the attention it deserves. But mental health affects your job, physical health, relationships, will to live—in short, everything.
It’s American Heart Month: Protect Your Heart!
What works 24 hours a day, beating 100,000 times, pumping six liters of blood every minute? You guessed right—your heart. Your heart helps blood circulate around your body, serving every cell except those in the cornea. And you could not live without one.
Protecting the Pearly Whites: Your Child’s Dental Health and You
February is National Children's Dental Health Month, an opportunity to reflect on the importance of children’s dental health and how to support healthy teeth. Protecting your child's dental health helps avoid preventable dental diseases, and proper support helps detect dental problems early and get them treated.
January is Thyroid Awareness Month: Here’s What You Should Know
January is Thyroid Awareness Month—an opportunity to spread the word about thyroid health. It's also a time to encourage thyroid disease prevention, early detection, treatment, funding, and research.
Cervical Cancer: Screening and Prevention
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. It's a perfect opportunity to spread awareness about cervical cancer, including its prevention, screening, and treatment.
Now Accepting Applications for the A-Team!
The A-Team is a community health ambassador program open to community members ages 16 and older. The purpose of the A-Team is simple: to create healthier communities! Through the A-Team program, you get to promote health equity, educate and empower your community, and transform the landscape of healthcare for years to come!