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The Delta Dental of South Dakota truck is coming to Highmore! We’re hosting the mobile dental truck at the Highmore Clinic on October 12-16 to care for kids who can’t afford or access a dentist. Contact Heidi at 605-852-2238 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

The Delta Dental of South Dakota truck is coming to Highmore!  We’re hosting the mobile dental truck at the Highmore Clinic on October 12-16 to care for kids who can’t afford or access a dentist. Contact Heidi at 605-852-2238 for more information.

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Give your child a healthy smile! The Delta Dental of South Dakota truck will be in Presho on October 12-16 to care for kids who can’t afford or access a dentist. Make sure your child is registered by October 8th. Contact Rosemary at 605-895-2589 for eligibility and registration information. ... See MoreSee Less

Give your child a healthy smile! The Delta Dental of South Dakota truck will be in Presho on October 12-16 to care for kids who can’t afford or access a dentist.  Make sure your child is registered by October 8th.  Contact Rosemary at 605-895-2589 for eligibility and registration information.

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The Eyes Have It

One of the known complications of diabetes is eye disease, with diabetes being the primary cause of blindness in adults ages 20 to 74 (1). Retinopathy, cataracts and glaucoma all fall into this category. Additionally, if you also smoke, have high cholesterol, high blood pressure and/or uncontrolled blood sugars, you have an even greater risk of developing diabetic eye disease.

In the early stages of the eye disease, you may not have any symptoms or changes in your vision. But as the damage increases your vision may become blurry, you may see flashes of light, develop headaches, see spots or have vision loss.

The good news, you can prevent or slow down the progression of the disease by taking the following actions:
• First, have a comprehensive dilated eye exam every year
• If you smoke, quit or cut back
• Keep your blood pressure and blood sugar under control
• Exercise regularly

Start on your journey to better health today! If you have not had a recent eye exam, schedule it now. If you are in need of a medical or diabetic check-up, your local Rural Health Care clinic can provide this service.

(1) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Diabetes Statistics Report, 2020. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services; 2020.
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Rural Health Care, Inc. has an immediate opening for a full-time Registered Nurse, Certified Medical Assistant or Licensed Practical Nurse at its Oahe Valley Health Center location in Ft. Pierre, SD. Clinic hours with some travel required. Competitive compensation and benefit package. Open until filled. Applications, available at www.ruralhc.net/work-for-rhci/ , may be submitted to Jim Hardwick, CEO at jimh@ruralhc.net. ... See MoreSee Less

Give your child a healthy smile! The Delta Dental of South Dakota truck will be in Chamberlain on August 31 through September 4 to care for kids who can’t afford or access a dentist. Make sure your child is registered by August 28th. Contact Brandy at 605-234-6584 for eligibility and registration information. ... See MoreSee Less

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