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Make Sure Dad’s Healthy for Many Father’s Day Celebrations to Come

June is Men’s Health Month If you’re like most of the country, you celebrated the dad(s) in your life yesterday during Father’s Day. These men are special and we value the wisdom they provide and the time spent with them. We want them here to share the joys of life with us as long as…

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Donate Life: Be a Hero to Someone in Need

April is National Donate Life Month “The act of registering your decision to be an organ, eye, and tissue donor takes less than a minute. Your one action can serve as a lifesaving prism, transforming your decision into life and healing for more than 75 people, their families and their communities,” says David Fleming, President…

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Breathe Easy: A Rehabilitation Program Focused on Your Lungs

March 11-17 is National Pulmonary Rehabilitation Month Sponsored by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week is designed to help the nation understand how important pulmonary rehabilitation programs are to the health and well-being of lung disease patients. This week is also a chance to honor healthcare professionals, specifically respiratory therapists…

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Heart Health is Tied to Mental Health

February is American Heart Month! Recent research confirms the phrase “you are what you eat” may be true, especially when it comes to effects on mental health. The study reports that a heart-healthy diet can have a positive impact on how you feel. Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) has been shown to lower high…

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Cut Carbs—Not Fat—to Save Your Heart

While we’ve long been told to lay off the fat, new studies support growing evidence that too many carbohydrates pose the real threat to heart health. Scientists have known for hundreds of years the heart is the engine of the body, but they’re still learning just how deadly the wrong fuel can be. Heart disease…

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Have a Heart: Donate Life

February 14th is National Donor Day This Valentine’s Day—and any day for that matter—is a great time to register as an organ, eye, and tissue donor! What better way to express love than to commit to saving and healing others? Today in the U.S. more than 114,000 people are in need of an organ transplant….

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Coastal Internal Medicine & Cardiology Welcomes Gregg R. Gladhart, MD

CCHC is pleased to announce the association of Dr. Gregg R. Gladhart with Coastal Internal Medicine and Cardiology. Dr. Gladhart earned his Doctor of Medicine, and a Bachelor of Science in Basic Medical Science from Saba University School of Medicine. Dr. Gladhart completed his Family Practice residency at the University of Illinois College of Medicine…

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October 2-6 is National Primary Care Week

Your Primary Care Physician is Your First Line of Defense Do you want to live longer, enjoy better health, avoid unnecessary emergency room visits, hospitalizations and surgeries, all while paying lower health care costs? Each of these goals can be realized through a relationship with a primary care doctor. Primary care professionals (PCPs) serve on…

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Have Doctors Found a Cure for Sepsis?

Have Doctors Found a Cure for Sepsis? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, between one and three million people in the U.S. are diagnosed with sepsis each year and between 15 and 30 percent of those patients die. It’s quite difficult not to be hopeful concerning news of a possible effective and…

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Dr. Michael Davis to retire from CCHC Coastal Internal Medicine and Cardiology

On July 27, 2016, Dr. Michael Davis will be retiring from Coastal Internal Medicine and Cardiology after 37 years of practicing medicine in the New Bern area. We are so happy for Dr. Davis because he is saying farewell to a fabulously successful career in internal medicine. In 1979, he joined Drs. Neil Bender, Ronald…

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