Health & Wellness

  • Celebrate Dads & Men's Health During the Month of June

    posted by Dr. David Keith, DO on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 My dear Friends and Fathers! Father's Day is rapidly approaching (note to my wife and kids so I can schedule that nap!), and some families are in a quandary about how to treat Dad for the occasion. Is it a new shirt, a wild tie, or sleeve of golf balls? For me, it's a smoking hot pellet grill on my list! All those things are nice, yet there is no gift as precious as good health.

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  • Women's Wellness in Celebration of Women's Health Month

    posted by Sara Taylor, BSN, RN on Friday, May 22, 2020 As the end of May is quickly approaching, we want to take a moment to celebrate Women's Health Month, a national health observance month that recognizes the importance of raising awareness regarding manageable steps that women can take to help improve their health. Especially during the outbreak of COVID-19, it is a reminder for women and girls to make health their priority.

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  • The Sounds of Silence: How Speech-Language Pathologists Can Help Communication Disorders

    posted by Laura Johnson on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 You probably take your hearing and speech for granted. But think for a minute what life would be like in a silent world. No talking, no listening…no communication. Better understand the communications disorders and how diagnosis and treatment from a speech-language pathologist can help.

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  • Then and Now…Meaningful Monitoring of Diabetes

    posted by Jeannette Hasley on Monday, November 25, 2019 If you were to travel back 3,000 years in time, you'd find that the ancient Egyptians mentioned a condition that we know was likely diabetes. They had a unique way of monitoring blood sugars then. Fortunately, we've come along way in diagnosing and treating the disease. Learn more about how you can better monitor your blood sugar levels.

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  • Post-Operative Delirium- What it is, Who it Affects, and How it May be Prevented

    posted by Laura Armstrong on Thursday, May 24, 2018 “Grandma had surgery, everything seemed to be going well, then she became confused and had a difficult time managing even the simplest tasks or answering simple questions. We were scared something was seriously wrong. She ended up having to stay in the hospital a little longer, but eventually she was back to her normal self.” Have you ever experienced something similar?

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