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With flu season officially here, Pocahontas Memorial Hospital wants to share some general information about the flu. Many people mistakenly think that the flu must involve stomach nausea and vomiting, however the flu actually more...

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What to bring to the Emergency Department The Center for Disease Control estimates that 129.8 million people visit the Emergency Department each year.  Most trips to the Emergency Department begin in a hurry.  And many...

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Free Dining with Diabetes Classes Diabetes is a common, serious and costly disease. Luckily, many complications of diabetes can be controlled and even prevented by making lifestyles changes. The Dining with Diabetes program helps people...

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To celebrate the importance of immunizations for a healthy start and throughout our lives – and to make sure children are protected with all the vaccines they need – Pocahontas Memorial Hospital’s Rural Health...

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Free blood pressure and glucose checks The Pocahontas Memorial Hospital Rural Health Clinic is proud to be an active part of the community and provide healthcare to Pocahontas County residents and visitors. The Rural Health Clinic...

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Free Pre-Diabetes Class   Have you ever been told by a healthcare professional that you have high blood sugar, borderline diabetes or pre-diabetes? If so, you might be at risk for type 2 diabetes. The Centers for Disease...

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Many Opportunities for Diabetes Education at PMH As we continue American Diabetes Month, Pocahontas Memorial Hospital wants to stress the importance of education in managing diabetes. Too often, folks who have just been diagnosed with diabetes think...

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Women’s Health Services available at Rural Health Clinic During National Cervical Health Awareness Month, Pocahontas Memorial Hospital urges women to make cervical health a priority in the New Year.  The importance of regular lifesaving screenings...