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The Community United For Health has a new President for the Raffle. As we published lately, we just obtained from the City of Framingham,a permit to conduct a Raffle in order to raise funds for cufhap. As you already know, the funds raised will benefit the following programs: Free blood screening, free diabetic education, free […] […]

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Community United For Health And Prevention,Incorporated

The Community United For Health has a new President for the Raffle. As we published lately, we just obtained from the City of Framingham,a permit to conduct a Raffle in order to raise funds for cufhap. As you already know, the funds raised will benefit the following programs: Free blood screening, free diabetic education, free breast self-examination for early detection of breast cancer, free HIV counseling and free referral for testing. The funds raised will benefit a worldwide EVR ( Eradication,Vaccination, Research) program. This EVR program is aiming at decreasing the incidence of the ZIKA virus infection around the World. Finally we will use this funds to implement an early intervention program for children with brain damage born from mothers infected by the ZIKA virus. Other children with brain damage born from other natural causes will benefit from the early intervention program. The president of the Raffle is currently designing a Webb site for the Raffle. We already have our PayPal account at Bank of America. We are in the process of contacting other organizations for the implementation of the Raffle. Meanwhile we invite you to use words of mouth, social media and others to spread the words out. We will you keep you informed.

Lifestyle changes could have prevented 40 per cent of cancer deaths, study finds — donaldelley — Community United For Health And Prevention

ABC News Australia Lifestyle changes could have prevented 40 per cent of cancer deaths, study finds By Isobel Roe 12 December 2017 By far the biggest cause of preventable cancer is tobacco smoking. (AAP: Dave Hunt, file photo) RELATED STORY: Nicole’s sad story proves you’re never ‘too young’ to get bowel cancer RELATED STORY: Cancers […] […]

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THE UNFORTUNATE TRUTH BEHIND SPECTACULAR LIES — The Neighborhood — Community United For Health And Prevention

The President Shoe review, One World and the Unfortunate Truth, inclusive of a connected triple play. via THE UNFORTUNATE TRUTH BEHIND SPECTACULAR LIES — The Neighborhood

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Researchers Identify Gene Variation that Protects Against Alzheimer’s Disease — Cooking with Kathy Man — Community United For Health And Prevention

Todd Hollingshead wrote . . . . . . . Brigham Young University (BYU) researcher published in Genome Medicine details a novel and promising approach in the effort to treat Alzheimer’s disease. BYU professors Perry Ridge and John Kauwe have discovered a rare genetic variant that provides a protective effect for high-risk individuals — elderly […] […]

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Gut Health — My Life is Well — Community United For Health And Prevention

There is so much about gut health that I want to talk about but I’ll start with what gut health has to do with your body. This is a really important topic and you may not be able to wrap your head around some of the things I’m about to talk about, but stay with […] […]

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Study: Birth Control Increases Woman’s Risk For Breast Cancer By 20 Percent — CBS Baltimore — Community United For Health And Prevention — Community United For Health And Prevention

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A new study links birth control to breast cancer. Published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the study revealed women who use hormonal contraceptives had an increased risk of breast cancer. The study followed nearly 2 million Danish women for more than a decade. Experts say the findings are a concern, but […]

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