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Recent Blog Posts

Dr. Don Vu’s Guide to a Brilliant Smile: 5 Essential Oral Hygiene Tips

Maintaining good oral hygiene is key to keeping your smile bright and your teeth strong. At Families Together of Orange County, we’re dedicated to providing you with the best possible dental care, and that includes helping you maintain a healthy smile between visits. That’s why our Associate Dental Director, Dr. Don Vu, has put together five simple oral hygiene tips to promote excellent dental health.

5 Most Common Types of Cancer

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States right behind heart disease. In order to help spread education about preventative measures, Families Together has put together a list of the five most common types of cancer and when you should be screened for them.

5 Perks of Being an FTOC Patient

For the past 20 years, Families Together has served those who are insured, underinsured, or otherwise lack access to essential healthcare. This is why we offer a myriad of classes and resources to help our patients achieve a healthy lifestyle and prevent serious illnesses before they can occur. 

Creamy One-Pot Pumpkin Pasta 

Fall has arrived, and there’s no better way to enjoy the crisp weather than with this delicious and creamy One-Pot Pumpkin Pasta dish! Just throw everything in a pot, stir it together, and dinner’s on! It’s great with family, friends or by yourself whenever you’re craving comfort food this time of year.

7 Mammogram Myths and Facts

Mammograms are a source of anxiety for many women. The truth is, they’re not always as scary as you might think. But unfortunately, some myths about mammography have been spread in an effort to scare women into thinking that mammograms are dangerous. That’s why we’ve compiled this list —and why you should know them:

FTOC Fitness Program: September Workout

We recognize that many people are looking for ways to improve their health and fitness, but may not know where to start. As the weather cools down and the leaves start to change color, it can be tempting to spend more time cuddled up and resting. But there are plenty of reasons to get outside and stay active in the autumn months! Here are a few ideas for September home workouts for you