Birth Defects Month is a worldwide health observance during January and Haywood Regional Medical Center wants to shed light on ways you can lower your chances of having a baby with a birth defect.
“Although many birth defects are not preventable, due to unknown risks - there are steps you can take to decrease the ones that are identified,” said David Kirk, MD, Haywood Women’s Medical Center.
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Haywood Regional Medical Center is holding a free tired leg/ varicose vein educational program on Thursday, Jan 25 at 5 PM at the Vein Center at Haywood Regional Medical Center on the 2nd floor (enter behind the hospital) led by Dr. Al Mina, MD, FACS and Dr. Joshua Rudd, DO. Interested community members are asked to register for this session by calling 828-452-VEIN (8346). Space limited – RSVP required. Read More »