A possible diagnosis for lower back pain

From busy professionals tethered to their desks to older adults facing frustrating limitations, back pain is everywhere. Ahmer Ghori, MD, explains...
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How to recognize the flu

Flu season has arrived, and won’t really slow down until spring. While many of us think we know how to recognize the common condition, it might not be...
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Correcting a common speech impairment

We’re observing National Stuttering Awareness Day with an informative Q&A featuring Abby Armstrong, MA, CCCSLP, Parkview Wabash Hospital. Did you know...
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The trouble with sleeping pills

When sleep evades us, we’ll do just about anything to settle into a restorative slumber. Often, that means sleep aids. But how safe are these...
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A link between breast cancer and diabetes?

Leigh Ann Brooks, RN, diabetes educator and nursing services operational lead, reveals a surprising connection between two common conditions. When...
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Understanding rheumatoid arthritis

Today is National Arthritis Day. We’ve talked in the past about the stages and treatment of osteoarthritis, but what about rheumatoid arthritis? We...
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The threat of the flu

Every year, the debate about whether or not to get the flu shot persists. We worry about whether it will work, when is the best time to receive the...
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A program to help manage chronic pain

Mary Etheart, PhD, clinician, Parkview Behavioral Health, knows the struggles of those dealing with pain. She sees it every day. According to the...
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Learning about lupus, the disease Selena Gomez is...

The Internet was buzzing yesterday after actress and singer Selena Gomez announced she’d undergone a kidney transplant earlier this summer. The...
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Happy feet for diabetics

Many who are managing a diabetes diagnosis, don’t realize the importance of caring for their feet. Leigh Ann Brooks, RN, RD, CDE, tells us more about...
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