• CCHC Coastal Primary Care has been temporarily closed and appointments have been cancelled for Tuesday, December 10th and Wednesday, December 11th. We apologize for the inconvenience. Our phones, 252-636-6222, have been forwarded to another location and we have staff available to assist patients.

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    NOHep: A Global Movement to Eliminate Hepatitis by 2030

    According to the World Hepatitis Alliance, 10 million people are newly infected with viral hepatitis every year. More than one million people die from the disease yearly—more than malaria or HIV/AIDS. Astonishingly, the organization reports that less than 1% of those infected receive treatment. But, with better awareness and understanding of how to prevent hepatitis,…

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    The Heat Is On – 6 Big Myths About Dehydration

    Stay hydrated The heat is on, so you’ve probably got your water bottle out. And that’s a good thing. “Every single cell in your body needs fluid to function properly,” says Angie Eakin, MD, a family medicine physician at Barnard Medical Center in Washington, D.C. “That’s why even mild dehydration can make you irritable, foggy-headed,…

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    CCHC’s Journey of Hope aids those touched by cancer

    by Charlie Hall The CCHC Foundation’s Journey of Hope serves those who have been touched by cancer by providing support and resources that focus on the whole person – mind, body and spirit. “We are a local program that offers assistance to all cancer patients in Eastern North Carolina,” said Kim Hess of CCHC New…

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    Community Yoga for Cancer Classes

    FREE yoga class for patients, survivors and caregivers New Bern Arts and Wellness Center is pleased to offer COMMUNITY YOGA FOR CANCER. This gentle yoga class will be held every Tuesday evening at 6:00pm beginning Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at New Bern Arts and Wellness Center located at 919 Broad Street, New Bern. This is…

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