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As we enter Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Goshen Health encourages everyone in our community to protect their skin and know the signs of skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States, but it is very preventable and can often be cured when it is found and treated early.
While many people start the new year by setting wellness goals, unfortunately a significant portion of them give up on their goals too early. Learning to set small, achievable goals can have a major impact on your health.
When Dr. Farid Jalinous, FACC, FSCAI, joined the team at Goshen Heart & Vascular Center, he was excited to start a clinic to help stabilize patients with heart failure and keep them out of the hospital. In September 2020, 10 patients were enrolled in the clinic. Today the clinic can take 15.
In 2021, Goshen Health is conducting a community health needs assessment. Through surveys, focus groups and conversations involving community members and a range of nonprofit, for-profit and governmental groups, the current health needs of the communities being served will be identified and response strategies developed.
On average, children spend five to seven hours a day on entertainment media, including televisions, computers, phones and other electronic devices. That’s up to 49 hours a week! Too much screen time can raise your child’s risk for developmental delays, learning and attention problems, anxiety, depression and other health issues.