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Volume 1, Number 1

 

 

“If your dreams don’t scare you, they are too small.”

– Richard Branson


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you grew up and went to school in Hancock County, there’s a chance Paul Litton drove you to school from the day you started kindergarten to the day you graduated from high school: He’s been driving a school bus for almost two decades. He’s also a cancer survivor—and a real advocate for the work we do at the Sue Ann Wortman Cancer Center. Check out his story here.


 

Are you hip to HealthPossible.org? It’s an award-winning website created by Hancock Health to share all kinds of great health and lifestyle information with our community. Every month, we get thousands of visitors looking for information and advice like this:

  • Looking for ways to keep the kids busy this summer? We have ideas!
  • Did you know that weight loss can help prevent cancer? It’s true! 
  • Do you struggle with household budgeting. Here’s a simple formula that can help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Neal Shah started his practice with Hancock Internal Medicine in 2020—in the middle of the pandemic. So you may not have had a chance to meet him in person. Until that day arrives, meet him virtually right here.

 

 

Q: Why do nurses carry red crayons?

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A: Sometimes, they have to draw blood.