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In the face of a debilitating disease, David Garber of Falmouth says “life doesn’t stop with illness, there are only changes.”
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New guidelines say no. But not everyone agrees, including local doctors.
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New studies show that reading to even the youngest children stimulates brain development and builds language skills.
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Women may be slower to seek help because the symptoms are often more subtle than they are in men.
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At the Heart Center, Drs. Philip and Peter Chiotellis offer two generations of cardiologists under one roof.
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Carrie O’Connor has had 13 surgeries in her life, giving her unique insight into what patients and their families are going through.
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A big thank you to the many volunteers who helped pass out water bottles as well as offered up their medical expertise in the CCHC sponsored medical tent at this year's Falmouth Road Race.
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“He was dead and he came back.”
A plunge in the ocean to raise ALS awareness
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