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The U.S. Bank Foundation has made a donation to Southeastern Med’s $4 million Capital Campaign for A New Cancer Center: The Building of Hope & Healing.

“U.S. Bank is pleased to support the Southeastern Med campaign for A New Cancer Center, making a positive impact on the community in which we live and work. Our commitment to support the Cancer Center campaign is truly an investment in the future of Southeastern Med and the health and care of the citizens of Southeast Ohio,” said East.

RotaryCambridge, Ohio – The Cambridge Rotary Foundation has made a donation to Southeastern Med’s $4 million Capital Campaign for A New Cancer Center: The Building of Hope & Healing.

“As the Rotary Foundation President, I am pleased that the Foundation, dedicated to support worthy projects that benefit Cambridge and the surrounding Guernsey County communities, has pledged $10,000 per year for $50,000 over the next 5 years to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center Cancer Center, “said Clint Born, Rotary Foundation President.

Sarap KambriCambridge, Ohio – The Kambri Shrine of Cambridge has made a donation to Southeastern Med’s $4 million Capital Campaign for A New Cancer Center: The Building of Hope & Healing. The decision to donate was made after a presentation from Campaign Cabinet Co-chairs, Thomas Stemmer and Dr. Michael Sarap discussing the great need for the project.

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The arrival of August means the sports physical season is upon us. The Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) requires all youth wishing to take part in a sport to get the medical clearance of a professional prior to competition.

Sports physicals help ensure that student-athletes are physically prepared to take part in the sports of their choosing.

Sports physicals are similar to general check-ups with your doctor and typically include the following areas:

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Insect pests such as mosquitoes and ticks can hamper your outdoor summer fun activities.

Both insects are very active in Ohio and require vigilance in keeping them away from you and your children. Knowing how to prevent ticks and mosquitoes from biting you can ward off a number of diseases.

Keeping mosquitoes at bay

The most prevalent summer pest, mosquitoes in Ohio can carry diseases such as West Nile virus, La Crosse virus, Eastern equine encephalitis virus, and St. Louis encephalitis virus. Follow these tips to keep mosquitoes from ruining your summer:

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With kids preparing to go back to school, August’s designation as National Immunization Month is a perfect time to learn about the importance of vaccinations.

The Ohio Department of Health’s (ODH) Immunization Program works toward the elimination of diseases among Ohio residents that could have been prevented with a vaccine. Immunization schedules for children and adults are available on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.