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Dec • 1 • 2021

How to Cope With Loss During the Holidays

Holidays just aren’t the same when you have lost a loved one. Though coping with the emptiness is challenging every day, the grief can be perplexing and overwhelming during this time of year.

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Oct • 26 • 2021

6 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Did you know 8 out of 10 women who get breast cancer have no family history? Despite recent publicity about genetic testing and the breast cancer gene, your genetics aren’t a reliable predictor of...

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Oct • 22 • 2021

Urinary Incontinence: Frequently Asked Questions

Patients should start a dialogue if experiencing symptoms of urinary incontinence sooner rather than later, so that your physician can help you better understand the causes.

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Oct • 20 • 2021

Dealing With the Most Stressful Time of the Year

Happy Holidays? Yeah, right. Unreasonable expectations can turn you into a real Grouchy Grinch during the holiday season.

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Aug • 12 • 2021

Healthy Back to School Lunch Ideas l Johnson Memorial Health

Starting a new school year is the perfect time to start healthy eating habits. Focusing on promoting healthy lunches and snacks are a great way to instill good eating habits in your children.

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Jul • 1 • 2021

Stay Cool During Your Summer Pregnancy

Summer means fun in the sun, frolicking in a pool and eating hot dogs and potato salad at family picnics – unless you are pregnant.

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Jun • 30 • 2021

Celebrate the Fourth of July...Safely

The Fourth of July holiday is a special time in every community. A good time is had by all  until an accident happens.

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May • 31 • 2021

Sun Safety: Tips for Healthy Summer Skin

Summer has arrived! With all the outdoor activities you will be doing in the coming weeks, it's important that you take care of your skin.

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May • 27 • 2021

How to Keep Your Child Safer This Summer

More than 200,000 children ages 14 and younger in the United States are injured in playground-related accidents during the summer.

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Jan • 2 • 2021

What You Need to Know About Children and COVID-19

We have been worried about impact of the coronavirus pandemic on our older population. A significant percentage of people who have become seriously ill or died are seniors with other health issues.

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Nov • 19 • 2020

What We Know About Smoking and Covid-19

Maybe you are taking all precautions possible to prevent the infection of Covid-19. Maybe you are wearing a mask while in the public, staying socially distant from others and washing your hands often.

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Nov • 17 • 2020

What You Should Do to Protect Yourself From Coronavirus

The Coronavirus COVID-19 infection continues to rapidly spread locally, nationally and internationally. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Indiana State Department of ...

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