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It’s been eight long months and you are so excited to meet your new little one. So excited in fact that you have scheduled an induction in the next two weeks! However, before you go through with it, there is some information you should consider. Inductions may seem like the new norm, but there are [...]
We all enjoy having a good meal. And when a good meal becomes a GREAT BIG meal in the company of family and friends it can be an absolutely wonderful experience. Such is Thanksgiving. But there are problems associated with eating too much. Obesity is one of these issues, and we’ve discussed that in [...]
Would you like to know how to save someone’s life with only two easy steps? Hands-Only CPR can more than double a person’s chances of survival following a sudden cardiac arrest. Step one: Call 911 Step two: Push hard and fast in the center of the person’s chest to the rhythm of the Bee Gee’s [...]
It is that time of year again when we celebrate by eating…a lot. Thanksgiving can be a time for enjoying family, being grateful and, of course, consuming a HUGE meal. You can enjoy your Thanksgiving dinner without putting on weight if you follow these 5 suggestions from Ogden Regional Medical Center nutritionist, Jennifer James: Take [...]
Quick, which cancer is responsible for the most cancer-related deaths in women? No, it’s not breast cancer. It is lung cancer, which causes the most cancer deaths in women AND men. 165,000 lung cancer-related deaths in the US are estimated for 2012 alone. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. It’s an excellent time to educate [...]