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About the Author: Christina Cumberton

Christina Cumberton


Christina Cumberton joined HPFY in 2018, she is the Digital Content Manager. Christina lives in Connecticut with her husband, three children and their miniature poodle "Gidget". Prior to taking some time off to start a family Christina's background included report analysis and marketing. Christina is very involved with her local library, including being very active on the Board of Trustees. As an avid runner, Christina ran the New York City Marathon in 2013 (having trained in 2012, when it was cancelled due to super storm Sandy). It was said during the race "Chafe now - brag forever" - she may have taken that too seriously! When not working Christina is likely to be found chauffeuring her children around to different activities, hiking, biking or browsing in a library. Christina's goal is to ensure that HPFY has the content that provides our customers with up to date information that they want to see!

Christina Cumberton's Articles

Top 5 gifts you can buy with your FSA dollars from HPFY

Posted on Oct 04, 2020 by Christina Cumberton

If you’re looking for a gift or just to restock your medicine cabinet with necessities, definitely check out HPFY!

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Post Lockdown Life

Posted on Jun 18, 2020 by Christina Cumberton

The world will likely look different as we start to come out of lockdown, but is it a terrible thing that we’re all a little more cautious about contracting germs?

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Posted in Covid-19

What are my options for Swimsuit Season?

Posted on May 29, 2020 by Christina Cumberton

This is a question that many women ask post lumpectomy or mastectomy. Just when you find a nice breast form that makes your favorite shirt fit perfect again comes the onset of bathing suit season. See the best swimsuit and breast foam at HPFY to look your best on the beach.

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Posted in Post Mastectomy

The Positive Side of Social Distancing

Posted on Mar 28, 2020 by Christina Cumberton

Christina our Digital Content Manager shared how she and her family coping during the Covid-19 social distancing. Don't Halt Social Distancing. Instead, Do It Right.

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Posted in Covid-19