Angela Canfield, DDS of Sandfly Family Dental, announces that Robert W. Groves High School and Hancock Day School will be the recipients for the 2015 Canfield Mouth Shield Program. These schools were selected out of the applications received from all over Savannah.
The schools will be scheduling a time for Dr. Canfield and her team to custom fit, mold and examine each player’s mouth guards. A process and savings of approximately $85 per piece. Dr. Canfield will be donating mouth guards in respective team colors to every player of Groves and Hancock free of charge.
The Blood Alliance, your only provider of blood to all Beaufort and Jasper County hospitals, is experiencing a very low blood supply across ALL blood types, especially O-Negative, O-Positive, A-Negative and B-Positive. All donors are needed to help us help our community today. Make an appointment ASAP!!
- To give blood, you need to be at least 17 years of age and in generally good health. Be sure to have a good meal and to hydrate before coming in to donate.
- If you personally cannot give blood because you are deferred or you are in between donations, tell a friend to donate on your behalf. Be an ambassador for saving lives!
- Giving a pint of blood only takes one hour out of your day and your one pint can save up to three lives right here in our community.
- You can choose to become a HERO today! Visit: www.igiveblood.com/pint or call: 843-522-0409 to schedule your appointment.
Following is a statement from John R. Seffrin, PhD, chief executive officer of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), on the Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer, which was announced today:
“For the first time, the Surgeon General office has outlined a national action plan for fighting the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. Despite widespread education efforts about sun safety and increased awareness about the importance of using sunscreen, skin cancer diagnoses and deaths continue to increase. By bringing national attention to this growing public health crisis, the Surgeon General is calling on all of us to reinvigorate the fight against skin cancer.