• Dealing with a Child’s Health Crisis

    02/08/2016 |

    When a child is diagnosed with a critical health condition, it can be frightening for the entire family. However, to help alleviate this pain and worry, parents can take advantage of many hospital programs that can provide valuable resources. We interviewed…  Read More

  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Temper In Check

    02/08/2016 |

    Everyone gets angry on occasion, whether you’re pounding the steering wheel in a traffic jam, fighting with your spouse or feeling your blood start to boil when waiting in line. Anger is a fundamental human emotion—it’s actually part…  Read More

  • How Kathleen Turner Copes With Rheumatoid Arthritis

    02/08/2016 |

    After Kathleen Turner made her film debut in 1981’s “Body Heat”, a movie which brought her huge success, the smoky-voiced actress went on to star in other feature films such as “Romancing The Stone” and “Prizzi’s…  Read More

  • Dealing with Death on Paper: How to Get Affairs in Order

    02/08/2016 |

    When families are going through end-of-life stages with their loved ones, it can be a traumatic process. This, coupled with getting affairs in order, make the situation even more complex and stressful. But knowing the right tips to help navigate through…  Read More

  • Brittany Dorton: Advocating for Fellow Nurses

    02/08/2016 |

    It’s easy to point out the people who have truly found their calling. What they all have in common is an underlying and unwavering ideal that guides the way they live their lives. Brittany Dorton says that from a young age she felt called to help…  Read More

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Dealing with a Child’s Health Crisis

02/08/2016

When a child is diagnosed with a critical health condition, it can be frightening for the entire family. However, to help alleviate this pain and worry, parents can take advantage of many hospital programs that can provide valuable resources. We interviewed Lauran Canady, clinical manager of social work at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, to learn more. What kind of support should parents and children seek if they receive a traumatic diagnosis? Seek out help with the entire picture of a…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Temper In Check

02/08/2016

Everyone gets angry on occasion, whether you’re pounding the steering wheel in a traffic jam, fighting with your spouse or feeling your blood start to boil when waiting in line. Anger is a fundamental human emotion—it’s actually part of our built-in “fight or flight” survival mechanism that helps us to defend ourselves when we feel threatened. But, too much anger isn’t good for you. The next time you feel your temperature rising, try some of these tips.   …

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How Kathleen Turner Copes With Rheumatoid Arthritis

02/08/2016

After Kathleen Turner made her film debut in 1981’s “Body Heat”, a movie which brought her huge success, the smoky-voiced actress went on to star in other feature films such as “Romancing The Stone” and “Prizzi’s Honor.” However, it was during the filming of “Serial Mom” soon after in 1994, that Turner’s health began to change.  “My feet became extremely painful and swollen,” she recalls.  “Shoes that I…

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Dealing with Death on Paper: How to Get Affairs in Order

02/08/2016

When families are going through end-of-life stages with their loved ones, it can be a traumatic process. This, coupled with getting affairs in order, make the situation even more complex and stressful. But knowing the right tips to help navigate through this process can help manage the burden. Lauran Canady, clinical manager of social work at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, shares her insights. Try to plan in advance. “Planning affairs (medical decisions, financial trusts, wills,…

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Brittany Dorton: Advocating for Fellow Nurses

02/08/2016

It’s easy to point out the people who have truly found their calling. What they all have in common is an underlying and unwavering ideal that guides the way they live their lives. Brittany Dorton says that from a young age she felt called to help people, and it’s an ideal that guides her in everything she does. What sets Dorton apart from other nurses is that she does not exclusively help the patients within her hospital. Ten years ago when she began her career as a student nurse at IU…

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