The Fidelis Care Blog

10/25/2022 • Posted by Dr. Sharon McLaughlin, Dr. Kathie Rones, Dr. Nicole Belanger-Reynolds • in In The Community, Women's Health
Although significant advancements in early detection and treatments have reduced the overall mortality rate, not all racial groups have benefitted equally. The incidence of late-stage diagnosis and overall mortality remains higher among certain minority groups, especially Black women.
10/25/2022 • Posted by Fidelis Care • in In The Community
National Pharmacy Week, which took place from October 16-22, is an annual observance that acknowledges the invaluable contributions that Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians make to patient care in traditional pharmacy settings.
10/24/2022 • Posted by Dr. Lisa Moreno, Fidelis Care Medical Director • in Children's Health, In The Community
For many children and families, Halloween is a celebration filled with spooky fun. If your Halloween includes traditional trick-or-treating, please consider these simple tips from Fidelis Care to help ensure a safe and healthy experience for everybody.
10/17/2022 • Posted by By Dr. Nicole Belanger-Reynolds, Dr. Sharon McLauglin, and Dr. Kathie Rones, Fidelis Care Medical Directors • in Health and Wellness, In The Community, Women's Health
About 12%, or 1 in 8, women in the United States will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. It is the second most common cancer among U.S. women, behind skin cancer.
9/26/2022 • Posted by Fidelis Care • in Immunizations, In The Community
In response to the polio state disaster emergency, Fidelis Care urges our unvaccinated members to get immunized to protect yourself from this serious disease.
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