Skin care for sunny days ahead

Our skin – the largest organ of the body – is truly amazing. It covers and protects our internal organs, prevents fluid loss, controls body...
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How honesty is helping Hunter fight leukemia

Hunter Schermerhorn was a typical young, athletic boy, until an unexpected leukemia diagnosis put him on a different path. Tonight, through The...
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What happens during a heart attack?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every year about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. While there are silent heart...
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The dangers of too much caffeine

The average American consumes 2.1 coffee drinks and 2.6 sodas per day. For many, it is the fuel used to power through early mornings and a necessary...
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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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Correcting a common speech impairment

We’re observing Stuttering Awareness Week with an informative Q&A featuring Abby Armstrong, MA, CCCSLP, Parkview Wabash Hospital. Did you know …...
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Spelling love N-U-R-S-E-S

The American Nurses Association declared 2017 the Year of the Health Nurse, and challenged nurses across the nation to be advocates of well-being by...
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Stroke: Are you at risk?

As anyone who has been affected by a stroke can tell you, the results of this condition can be devastating. While there are certain risk factors that...
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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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Addressing asthma in warmer months

The changing of the seasons, from winter to spring and spring to summer, can be incredibly tough for those affected by asthma. Deb Lulling, RN, BSN,...
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