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CCHC Heart & Vascular Specialists welcome Matthew M. Grove, DO

Coastal Carolina Health Care, P.A. is pleased to announce the association of Dr. Matthew Grove with Heart & Vascular Specialists. Dr. Grove specializes in Interventional Cardiology and is accepting new patients. Dr. Grove received his undergraduate degree at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Philadelphia College of…

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National Men's Health Week 2020
Men’s Health Week 2020

This year, National Men’s Health Week is June 15 – June 21, the week leading up to Father’s Day. The week serves as a reminder for men to take steps to be healthier and that they don’t have to do it alone! Whether it is your husband, partner, dad, brother, son, or friend you can…

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Call Us First

For Non-Life Threatening Emergencies, call CCHC first! Your care team is standing by to serve you so you get the quality care you need. WHY CALL US FIRST? ~ CCHC knows you; we have your records, and will try to see you right away. ~ CCHC can help determine which office is best to treat…

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Colors 4 Cancer 10K/5K/1M

2018 Craig Brake Memorial Colors 4 Cancer 10k, 5k and 1 mile run/walk is a color run which benefits the Journey of Hope Cancer Support Center in New Bern, NC. Journey of Hope helps patients and families cope with the emotional, physical, and psychological effects of cancer by offering programs such as one-on-one peer support…

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Fall Food, Health, Healthy eating, diet, improved mental health, CCHC, Coastal Carolina Heath Care, New Bern NC
Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice – Fall Foods that Boost your Health

That chill is in the air, and while we are all clamoring for our jackets and comfort food, don’t forget about those classic fall flavors that benefit your heath as well. Cinnamon, turmeric, apples, squash and pumpkin all have a multitude of health benefits, more than just making us feel warm inside. Today we’re sharing…

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Flu vaccine, CCHC Health care, New Bern NC, CDC, Flu Shot
It’s that time of year again, for a Flu Shot

Did you know that the Flu Vaccine takes up to two weeks to build up immunity? Most of us don’t know that very important fact, that makes it so important to get a flu shot early in the season for the best results. The CDC recommends getting vaccinated by the end of October for the…

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Breast Cancer Awareness, October, New Bern, CCHC, Health Care, Screening, Women's health
Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is national Breast Cancer Awareness month, which means it’s a great time to get educated on the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women world wide. Chances are cancer in some type has directly or indirectly touched all of us. Breast Cancer specifically is predicted to be diagnosed of 1 in every 8 women at…

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Community, new Bern NC, New Bern Strong, #newbernstrong, CCHC Health Care, Family Doctors
Health after Hurricane

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence over the past week, watching our community come together and help each other is the epitome of what it means to be #newbernstrong. The selflessness of helping those in need with clean up efforts, food, cleaning supplies and other needs doesn’t go unrecognized during these times. Hurricane Florence left…

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labor day, labor day health tips, CCHC, New Bern NC
Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day from all of us at CCHC!! It’s the last official weekend of summer, and as we all head to the pool, beach, lake or to a great backyard barbecue, don’t put your health on the back burner. Here are some quick tips to make the most of your Labor Day celebrations! If…

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core muscles, alleviate pain, acute pain, injury, chronic pain, exercise, movement, stretching, yoga, pilates, physical therapy, exercise program, pain,
Shake it off – how movement helps pain

Often times injury and pain is a result of over exercise and exertion on our bodies. These acute injuries require rest in order to improve, because of this we usually associate pain with a need to rest and take it easy. Chronic pain on the other hand is a different story. It can actually be…

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