• Discovering Who’s Who in Your Doctor’s Office

    02/05/2016 |

    A medical practice can be a busy place. But your doctor isn’t the only one who helps you stay in good health. A number of different health professionals often work together. Here, a peek at some common personnel. The Job: Nursing Assistant (NA)…  Read More

  • When You Should Go to the Doctor for Strep

    02/05/2016 |

    Sore throats are one of the most common symptoms of various illnesses, including fairly benign diseases like the common cold. Most of the time, sore throats will get better on their own with no treatment beyond rest and staying hydrated. However, sometimes,…  Read More

  • RECIPES: Healthier Super Bowl Dips

    02/05/2016 |

    Everyone knows one of the best parts about the Super Bowl has nothing to do with football: it’s all about the food! But typical game day food is notoriously heavy and unhealthy. Try these lightened up dips that still hit the spot and are super easy…  Read More

  • Do You Need A New Knee?

    02/05/2016 |

    If simple activities such as walking or climbing stairs or even just sitting in place or lying down causes knee pain—and medications, exercise and other remedies aren’t providing any relief, it may be time to consider total knee replacement…  Read More

  • Injury Report Insight: 2/4/2016

    02/04/2016 | Treatments & ServicesOrthopedics & Sports MedicineWellnessInjury Report Insight

    Listen in to a special Super Bowl edition of Injury Report Insight. This week Dr. Robert Klitzman, Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon at Indiana University Health previews Super Bowl 50 and three player injuries that may impact the game. This week's…  Read More

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Discovering Who’s Who in Your Doctor’s Office

02/05/2016

A medical practice can be a busy place. But your doctor isn’t the only one who helps you stay in good health. A number of different health professionals often work together. Here, a peek at some common personnel. The Job: Nursing Assistant (NA) Primary Responsibilities: Also known as nurses’ aides, NAs work in a variety of places, including hospitals, assisted living, hospice and other long-term care settings. NAs work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) and help to interact…

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When You Should Go to the Doctor for Strep

02/05/2016

Sore throats are one of the most common symptoms of various illnesses, including fairly benign diseases like the common cold. Most of the time, sore throats will get better on their own with no treatment beyond rest and staying hydrated. However, sometimes, a sore throat may indicate a more severe illness like strep throat. If you have strep throat, you should contact a doctor to get medication to treat the disease. Here are signs that your sore throat may actually be strep. Sore throat that causes…

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RECIPES: Healthier Super Bowl Dips

02/05/2016

Everyone knows one of the best parts about the Super Bowl has nothing to do with football: it’s all about the food! But typical game day food is notoriously heavy and unhealthy. Try these lightened up dips that still hit the spot and are super easy to make. Both are great with your favorite sliced vegetables and chips (try whole grain pita chips). Buffalo Black Bean Dip Deep fried wings coated in buffalo sauce are delicious but also heart burn-inducing, not to mention terrible for the waistline.…

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Do You Need A New Knee?

02/05/2016

If simple activities such as walking or climbing stairs or even just sitting in place or lying down causes knee pain—and medications, exercise and other remedies aren’t providing any relief, it may be time to consider total knee replacement surgery. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, more than 600,000 knee replacements are performed each year in the United States. Total knee replacements are one of the most successful procedures in all of medicine, according…

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Injury Report Insight: 2/4/2016

02/04/2016 | Treatments & ServicesOrthopedics & Sports MedicineWellnessInjury Report Insight

Listen in to a special Super Bowl edition of Injury Report Insight. This week Dr. Robert Klitzman, Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon at Indiana University Health previews Super Bowl 50 and three player injuries that may impact the game. This week's report and injury analysis includes: Thomas Davis, LB, Carolina Panthers Jared Allen, DE, Carolina Panthers Peyton Manning, QB, Denver Broncos Previous Episodes Injury Report Insight: Concussions Injury Report Insight: Hydration & Heat Stroke…

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