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Immunizations are not just for kids: they offer critical protection against disease for everyone, no matter their age. Since August is National Immunization Awareness Month, your Capital Women’s Care team wants to share vital information about immunizations and vaccines required specifically for women throughout all stages of their lives, from birth and pre-adolescence through pregnancy and post-menopausal years and beyond to afford you the best health protection and quality of life.
Lung cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers occurring worldwide, accounting for nearly 1 in 5 cancer deaths globally. In 2012, there were 1.8 million newly diagnosed lung cancer cases, claiming more lives annually than those diagnosed with breast, colon or prostate cancers combined.

Hepatitis: A Silent Health Danger

Hepatitis Test Vials
Hepatitis is a silent epidemic spreading worldwide, affecting 290 million unsuspecting people of all ages globally, or 9 out of 10 people. July is World Hepatitis Month, with July 28 officially designated as World Hepatitis Day, placing emphasis on finding the missing millions having undiagnosed hepatitis.
Organ Donation
Currently 113,000 people – a group so large that even the biggest U.S. football stadium couldn’t accommodate it -- are awaiting a life-saving transplant in the U.S. And while 95% of Americans are in favor of donating their organs and tissue, only 58% are registered donors.

The Growing Impact of Telehealth

woman using iPad for doctor appointment
As telehealth continues its worldwide growth and expansion, your Capital Women’s team wants to share with you its options and advantages, as well as explain how telehealth components work together with traditional healthcare services to create a comprehensive, organized health management plan for both you and your family.
Kids having fun in the summer
Summer’s long, warm days provide kids many outdoor opportunities for play, relaxation, and recreation. But time spent in the great outdoors requires being mindful of children’s health and safety to prevent and avoid harmful injuries, so you and your family can focus on creating happy, fond memories. *Please refer to your county's COVID-19 guidelines before taking part in any outdoor/public activities for your safety and the safety of others.
Friends running on the beach
Summer’s long, sun-soaked days and extended weekends accompanied by warmer temperatures offer more opportunities to kick back, relax and enjoy the great outdoors. *Please refer to your county's COVID-19 guidelines before taking part in any outdoor/public activities for your safety and the safety of others.
Woman with PTSD
Experiencing a dangerous, scary traumatic event can cause feelings of great fear and loss of control which may lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a mental health affliction comprised of continuing symptoms of fear, anxiety and other stress reactions that can disrupt everyday life.
Picnic with family & friends
The arrival of Memorial Day weekend, considered by most to be the official start of summer, often takes us on enjoyable journeys to places both near and far. The combination of crowds, increased travel on roadways, trips involving water and relaxed gatherings that may include alcohol require us to take safety into consideration when making Memorial Day weekend plans. Whether your plans include exploring points of interest close to home, going to the beach or discovering the great outdoors, the Capital Women’s Care team wants you and your family to stay safe and healthy by offering you these important safety tips.
Woman with back pain
Osteoporosis is a serious, common health issue for men and women over age 50. One of two women and up to one in four men within this age group will break a bone due to osteoporosis. While osteoporosis is preventable and treatable if caught early, it can lead to extensive negative impact on quality of life -- even deadly consequences -- if untreated.


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