The risks of hernias in adults

Recently, we explored hernias common to children and gave parents a better understanding of signs and symptoms, as well as traditional treatments. But...
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How to find your purpose

In researching people over the age of 100 for his book “The Blue Zones,” author Dan Buettner made an interesting discovery. Long-lived cultures from...
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Osteoporosis: Avoiding the worst case scenario

Many of the patients Anette Lane, MD, sees at Parkview Physicians Group – Family Medicine in Huntington are over 60. She frequently gives them a...
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Resistance

Enjoy this monthly post written by Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy and Volunteer Services. I confess that I have unrealistic expectations most of...
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Training check-in: Cross-training

Week 2 of Fort4Fitness training is in the books! As runners and walkers across the community are checking off rest day, cross-training,...
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Getting to know Dr. Linda Han

When Parkview began recruiting oncology specialists for the new Parkview Cancer Institute, we knew we wanted the best in their field. For breast...
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The timeline for true change

Scroll through social media or pick up a magazine at the checkout and you’ll likely see a guarantee for transformation. “30 days to a slimmer you!”...
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Find the exercise that burns the most calories

When it comes to workouts, we all want the biggest bang for our buck, but Mackenzie Clark, MS, LAT, ATC, shows us, it might not be as simple as...
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A day in the delivery room

This post was written by Courtney Leach, digital/social media manager, Parkview Health.   In a hospital, so often the events of a day revolve around...
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Training check-in: sore muscles

This week, we’re circling back with Courtney, who’s one week into her training for the Fort4Fitness half marathon race.  “I feel good. The mileage has...
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