A Mother’s Day hug

Enjoy this monthly blog post from Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy and Volunteer Services. “I’m not angry, I am just disappointed.” - Mom. That’s...
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Depression and the elderly

Many people find themselves caring for their parents later in life. Often a decline in physical health prompts an increase in care, but as Alicia...
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Tap into strong leadership through mindfulness

Enjoy this monthly mindfulness post from Dave Johnson, PhD, CNS, BC, LMFT, employee assistance specialist. Major companies, like Google, Apple, Intel®...
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Tricks to avoid mindless eating

In our hurried, plugged-in society, it isn’t uncommon for meals to take place in front of a computer screen or television, or to consume snacks while...
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The rise of the opioid epidemic

Deborah McMahan, MD, Health Commissioner, Fort Wayne Allen County Department of Health, tells us more about the local opioid epidemic and the upcoming...
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The most common anorexia symptoms explained

The unique mental and physical effects of anorexia can present some challenges to physicians trying to provide a diagnosis. Margherita Mascolo, MD,...
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A historical fictional story

Enjoy this monthly blog post from Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy and Volunteer Services. I’d like to tell you about a woman named Mary. Mary was...
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A few facts on eating disorders

As we near our community event, Perspectives from Different Sides of the Couch: A Community Panel on Eating Disorders, we want to encourage people in...
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When April showers make children cower

Spring in the Midwest is synonymous with unpredictable weather, particularly popup storms. While a downpour can be a delight to thirsty yards and...
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The many gifts of forgiveness

Enjoy this monthly mindfulness post from Dave Johnson, PhD, RN, LMFT, employee assistance specialist. In the spring of 2004, my youngest son, Paul,...
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