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Aug • 11 • 2015

August: National Breastfeeding Month

August is National Breastfeeding Month. This campaign is sponsored by the United States Breastfeeding Committee hopes to educate and empower women to breastfeed their babies. This health observance...

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Aug • 6 • 2015

How Often Should I Go to the Doctor?

When was the last time you saw your doctor? Most people don't think about visiting the doctor unless they feel sick or have a problem. Even when you are healthy, it's wise to have a yearly check up....

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Aug • 4 • 2015

How to Relieve Constipation During Pregnancy

As if being pregnant isn't uncomfortable enough, some women also suffer with constipation while they are pregnant. As many as 11%-38% of women experience constipation during pregnancy. Hormones are...

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Jul • 30 • 2015

Pregnancy Half Way Point: What to Expect at Your 20 Week Appointment

Congratulations, you are halfway through your pregnancy! It's all downhill from here. Most women have more energy during this time in their pregnancy, while others may still be dealing with morning...

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Jul • 28 • 2015

The Important Role of Volunteers in Today's Hospitals

Volunteers play an important role in today's hospitals. They help the hospital run smoothly, and allow doctors and nurses to spend their time focusing on providing the best healthcare for...

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Jul • 23 • 2015

How Hospitals Deal with Infection Rates

The rates of Hospital acquired infections are declining, but still happen from time to time. The goal is to eliminate hospital acquired infections altogether.

More work is needed to protect patients...

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Jul • 21 • 2015

Top Careers in the Healthcare Industry

Maybe you are contemplating a mid-life career change, or maybe you are sending a student off to college this fall. There are some big decisions to be made about which career is right for you and your...

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Jul • 16 • 2015

Pool Safety: Tips for Keeping Kids Safe Around the Pool

As summer warms up (and for us Hoosiers, we're hoping it dries up, too!), you will likely be spending more time at the pool with your kids. Swimming pools and other water activities can be a lot of...

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Jul • 2 • 2015

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Having Sex During Pregnancy (But Were Afraid to Ask)

You have to have sex to get pregnant, but what about after you are already pregnant? Is it OK? Will it hurt the baby? Is there a time when it's not OK? Are there certain things I should know before...

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Jun • 18 • 2015

Take Care of Dad: Men's Health and Screenings

Besides Father's Day, June is also Men's Health Month. This month is the perfect time to encourage men to get checked. Regular checkups and screenings play an important role in early detection and...

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Jun • 11 • 2015

Nutritionist or Registered Dietitian: What's the Difference?

Are you planning to start a new weight loss routine? Have you been trying to lose weight with no progress? Do you want to boost your sports performance? Or do you just want to be more knowledgable...

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Jun • 2 • 2015

The Most Common Causes of Knee Pain While Running (And What To Do About It)

This year, National Running Day will mark its sixth anniversary on June 3rd. Tomorrow, runners of all skill levels will come together to celebrate their love of the sport.

 

Ideally something as good...

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