NATIONAL SITE|CONTACT US|MEDIA|OFFICES

Community Health Charities of the Southeast
Donate
Text Size
About CHC Southeast
Our Charities
Health Matters at Work
Giving At Work
Health Resources
Get Involved
Site Search
 




 
 
 
 
Announcing KidCheck, a project of Community Health Charities of Alabama in partnership with Governor Bob Riley's Rural Action Commission. Read More 
 
Controlling Your Diabetes at Work

Employee with DiabetesChances are, you know someone with diabetes, you have diabetes or you are at risk for diabetes. Diabetes affects nearly 30 million American adults and children. Another 86 million have prediabetes, which means they are at risk of developing the disease. There is no cure for diabetes, but you can manage it successfully - or prevent it altogether. If you already have diabetes, there are many resources to help you thrive at work and live a longer, healthier life.



[More News and Events]




 


Seeks cures for leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma, while improving the quality of life for patients and families through research, patient-aid, education and advocacy.

 

  
TAMPA, Fla. Alison Willing searches for hope for stroke patients. Her research uses umbilical cord blood to lessen stroke effects in rats. “Umbilical cord blood is considered by many to be medical waste after birth,” says Dr. Willing. Her research has shown that using cells from cord blood to treat strokes in rats lessens brain damage.

 
 
 

 

 

 

CAREERS|CONTACT US|OFFICES

Top Rated CharityCopyright © 2012 Community Health Charities BBB Accredited Charity
info@healthcharities.org
privacy policy


Login
space