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Health Awareness

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

National Immunization Awareness Month provides an opportunity to highlight the importance of immunizations across the lifespan. Each week in August is dedicated to a different age group.

August 3rd-9th Healthy from the start! Dedicated to Pregnant Women and Babies.

August 10th-16th Back to School! Dedicated on Chhildren, Pre-Teens and Teens.

August 17th-23rd Off to the Future! Dedicated to College Students.

August 24th-30th Not just for kids! Dedicated to Adults.

Call today to see if your immunizations are up to date!

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Attention: It is the season for tick bites. With tick bites comes the risk for Lyme disease. Take the appropriate precautions to protect yourself from tick bites these precautions can be found on the CDC website.  If you have been bitten by a tick, visit the ...


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  • Prevent Lyme Disease
    Have you checked yourself or children for ticks?  If not, you should consider doing so every day.  There are ticks in Lewis County carrying Lyme disease. Lyme disease is an infection that can cause skin, joint, heart, and nervous system problems. It is caused by bacteria spread by the bite of an infected deer tick. When in wooded, grassy, and…

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