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  • Nourishing Your Colon: Nutrition's Vital Role in Gut Health

    posted on Wednesday, March 20, 2024 March is officially both Nutrition Month and Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, allowing us the opportunity to explore why nutrition is essential for colon health and how making the right dietary choices can support optimal digestive function and prevent colon-related illnesses.

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  • A Healthy Smile from the Start: Dental Care for Babies and Toddlers

    posted by Angel Smith on Wednesday, February 7, 2024 Babies and smiles are a natural combo and to assure your baby grows up with a healthy smile, dental care begins before the first tooth even emerges. Angel Smith from Clay County Public Health shares important insight into pediatric dental care for infants and children.

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  • Desserts to Make Your Heart Happy

    posted by Darlene DeWitt, MS, RD, LD on Monday, February 5, 2024 Eating to keep your heart healthy can feel a bit complicated. Balancing heart health and enjoying what you eat might seem like two things that don't go together; not to mention the question of what to do when you have a craving for something sweet...but it can be done! Spencer Hospital Registered Dietitian, Darlene DeWitt, shares tips to help you include dessert into your diet that will make your heart happy!

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  • Navigating Addiction During the Holidays

    posted by Kasey Fear on Thursday, December 14, 2023 The holiday season is in full swing, which means lots of social gatherings and celebrations. During those events, often times alcoholic beverages are served, which can be a worrisome temptation for someone who has addiction issues. Addiction specialist Kasey Fear provides tips to help you navigate holiday celebrations with a sober mindset.

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  • Identify & Reducing Your Risks of Falling

    posted by Kellie Perry on Thursday, December 14, 2023 The fraction of a second it takes for a person to experience a fall can be life altering. Each year over 800,000 patients are hospitalized in the United States as the result of a fall injury. Falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury in all ages, and more than 95 percent of all hip fractures are caused by falling. Physical therapist Kellie Perry has a passion for educating others on their fall risks and prevention techniques. Join us for Q/A with Kellie to learn more!

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