• Fast—and Tasty—Breakfast Ideas For Busy Moms

    05/26/2016 |

    Whether you’ve only got a few minutes in the morning or have time for a leisurely brunch, we’ve got great recipe ideas to help you start your day off on the right foot.  If you have 5 minutes… Blueberry Banana Smoothie Ingredients…  Read More

  • Avoid These Summer Poison Traps

    05/26/2016 |

    Getting your house, lawn or boat ready for summer? If so, you’ll likely be dealing with some potentially poisonous products. To make sure you’re using—and storing—these items safely, we talked to Daniel E. Rusyniak, M.D., medical…  Read More

  • Stroke Awareness

    05/26/2016 | NeurosciencePhysical Therapy & Rehabilitation

    About 795,000 people have a stroke every year, and it is the leading cause for long-term disability. Timing is everything when it comes to a stroke. Knowing and recognizing the signs and symptoms of a stroke quickly can save your life or someone you know.…  Read More

  • INFOGRAPHIC - Signs of a Stroke: How to Escape This Silent Killer

    05/26/2016 |

    About 20 to 30 percent of strokes can be attributed to genetics, while the majority of strokes are due to modifiable risk factors, say experts.  Those odds mean that you have substantial power to affect your stroke risk. What are the best things…  Read More

  • It’s Tick Season: Here’s What You Need to Know About Lyme Disease

    05/25/2016 |

    Warmer spring weather may be tempting you and your family to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors—but just remember that if you’re out on the trails (or even hanging out in your own backyard) it’s important to regularly check for…  Read More

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Fast—and Tasty—Breakfast Ideas For Busy Moms

05/26/2016

Whether you’ve only got a few minutes in the morning or have time for a leisurely brunch, we’ve got great recipe ideas to help you start your day off on the right foot.  If you have 5 minutes… Blueberry Banana Smoothie Ingredients •    1 frozen ripe banana •    1/2 cup frozen blueberries •    1 cup skim milk Directions Bananas that are getting past ripe work perfectly in smoothies. Peel them, wrap them in plastic,…

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Avoid These Summer Poison Traps

05/26/2016

Getting your house, lawn or boat ready for summer? If so, you’ll likely be dealing with some potentially poisonous products. To make sure you’re using—and storing—these items safely, we talked to Daniel E. Rusyniak, M.D., medical director of the Indiana Poison Center. Here’s how to protect yourself. Summer cleaning supplies “This is the time of year when people tend to clean their garages, pools, and decks, so you’re more likely to have cleaners around, which…

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Stroke Awareness

05/26/2016 | NeurosciencePhysical Therapy & Rehabilitation

About 795,000 people have a stroke every year, and it is the leading cause for long-term disability. Timing is everything when it comes to a stroke. Knowing and recognizing the signs and symptoms of a stroke quickly can save your life or someone you know.  And after stroke, survivors and their support/caregivers can take steps to maximize recovery. What is a stroke? When blood supply to a part of your brain is either interrupted or stopped, a stroke occurs. The interruption of blood flow causes…

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INFOGRAPHIC - Signs of a Stroke: How to Escape This Silent Killer

05/26/2016

About 20 to 30 percent of strokes can be attributed to genetics, while the majority of strokes are due to modifiable risk factors, say experts.  Those odds mean that you have substantial power to affect your stroke risk. What are the best things you can do to reduce your risk? Check out our graphic below to glean some smart strategies and learn top risk factors.

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It’s Tick Season: Here’s What You Need to Know About Lyme Disease

05/25/2016

Warmer spring weather may be tempting you and your family to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors—but just remember that if you’re out on the trails (or even hanging out in your own backyard) it’s important to regularly check for tick bites. Late spring is the prime time for Lyme disease and other tick-borne ailments, and more cases are being spotted in Indiana. In fact, according to the CDC, Lyme disease is the fastest-growing vector-borne infectious disease in the U.S., affecting…

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