Experimenting with veggie noodles

In backyards across the area, gardeners are starting to harvest the ripe green, yellow, red and orange vegetables they’ve been nurturing for weeks....
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Training check-in: Beat the heat

As week three of Fort4Fitness training comes to a close, we connected with Katie, who’s hitting the pavement to train for the 10k, to see how things...
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Hepatitis and elevated liver enzymes explained

July 28 is World Hepatitis Day, an occasion to raise awareness about the World Health Organization’s goal to eliminate hepatitis. But first, we need...
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Bringing mindfulness into your home

There is a bird bath that sits in front of the home of Dave Johnson, PhD, RN, LMFT, employee assistance specialist. It represents the elements – air,...
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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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