Infant CPR in 60 seconds

Today marks the beginning of Baby Safety Month, a great time for caregivers to brush up on the steps they can take to keep children safe. To kick off...
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The inflammation-heart disease connection

We hear the word “inflammation” quite a bit. By definition, the term refers to, “redness, swelling, pain, tenderness, heat, and disturbed function of...
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Are your sleep habits affecting your waistline?

Are you struggling to turn off your mind at night? Tossing and turning and calculating just how many hours of rest you can get if you can just find a...
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8 salads to share

Labor Day weekend is almost here! You’ve worked hard all year and certainly earned an extra day to enjoy friends, family and – of course – food. This...
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Getting to know Nicole Walter

When Parkview announced the arrival of G-EO Evolution™ at Parkview Hospital Randallia back in May, there was a lot of excitement throughout the health...
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How to do CPR in 60 seconds

Statistics show that immediate CPR can double the chance of survival for an individual experiencing cardiac arrest outside a hospital, yet only 1 in 4...
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Facing fear and finding hope

Enjoy this monthly post by Reverend Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy and Volunteer Services. Some say we are in difficult times, and I agree. But,...
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Training Check-in: After the run

As the length of the training runs grow, so, too, does the need to nourish the body. Katie, who is preparing for the Fort4Fitness 10k, expressed her...
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Steer clear of cheer injuries

Cheerleading has changed dramatically over the years. The extracurricular activity has shifted from a peppy display of sideline support to a...
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Motor vehicle accidents: Who’s at the highest...

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, unintentional motor vehicle accidents were the fourth leading cause of nonfatal injury in...
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