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IU Health President and CEO Daniel F. Evans, Jr. (left) announces plans to retire; Dennis M. Murphy (right) promoted to President

IU Health President and CEO Evans announces plans to retire; Murphy promoted to President

09/01/2015

Tuesday, Indiana University Health President and Chief Executive Officer Daniel F. Evans, Jr. announced his plan for retirement. Evans will relinquish his role as president but will continue to serve as the statewide health system’s CEO until May 1, 2016. As part of the succession plan, current IU Health Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Dennis M. Murphy will be promoted to president of the organization, effective immediately, and become CEO as well on May 1, 2016. Murphy…

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The Physical Effects of Emotion

08/27/2015 | Wellness

When you are happy, sad, or angry, it affects you- not just mentally but physically as well. Your mind and body are connected, and your mental state affects your physical well-being. This is why taking care of mental health and emotions is often integral to taking care of your physical health as well. Here are some ways that emotions affect the body. Emotions like sadness and anger can have a harmful impact on your physical health, especially if they occur regularly over a long period of time. People…

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Which Outdoor Activities Burn the Most Calories?

08/26/2015 | WellnessExercise

If you have been looking to start a fitness regimen that includes working out outside, now is a great time to start. Getting outside is a good way to enjoy nature’s beauty, keeping you motivated to work out. To get the most out of outdoor workouts, you may want to know which activities burn the most calories. Here is a list of exercises you can do outside, and how many calories they burn on average for a person weighing about 155 lbs over the course of 30 minutes. Walking.  149 calories…

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The Importance of Keeping Your Mind Sharp (And 4 Ways to Do It)

08/26/2015

Your brain is in many ways the most important organ in your body. Without it, you couldn’t read books, talk to your family and friends or do your job. As we age, our brain functions become less sharp. However, they don’t have to. There are many ways to keep your mental acuity strong as you get older. Mental sharpness is essential for performing almost every single task that you need to complete in your life. Here are 4 ways to keep your brain sharp as you age. 1. Read a book. Reading…

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Whether it’s your first semester away from home or you’re finishing up your final credits, heading back to campus can take its toll on your

8 Simple Reminders To Keep College Students Healthy And Safe While Heading Back To Campus

08/25/2015 | Wellness

Whether it’s your first semester away from home or you’re finishing up your final credits, heading back to campus can take its toll on your health. Indiana University Health experts, including primary care physician Dr. Scott Renshaw, offer some simple tips to keep you healthy and safe during the exciting time of your life: 1 – Eat Right Use portion control Make time for breakfast Always have healthy snacks on hand Vary your meals 2 – Make Sleep A Priority Avoid…

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September 2015 Bariatric Support Groups

08/24/2015

IU Health Bariatrics at IU Health North, Suite 350, Carmel Indiana 46032 Main Office: 317.688.2647 Fax: 317.688.2921 Questions for the Dietitian? Call 317.688.5022 IU Health ~ Bariatric Support Group Information Sept 7 Due to Labor Day, no support group at IU Health North Sept 10 6:00 p.m.  IU Health Arnett Hospital Bariatric & Medical Weight Loss Support Group (Rm AG411) Sept 14 6:00 pm  IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital  Bariatric & Medical Weight Loss Support Group…

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5 Hoosier Moms Share Where They Find the Daily Energy to Stay Healthy and Happy

08/21/2015 | Wellness

Earlier this year, Indiana University Health conducted the 2015 Indy Moms Survey. We asked 280 Indianapolis area moms about their health and the health of their families. Our goal was to learn what’s important to Indy moms in order to provide you with health and wellness advice that will improve your family’s daily lives.  86% of moms surveyed said that they have a hard time finding the energy to make changes to live a healthier lifestyle. To help moms solve this problem, we spoke…

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Injury Report Insight: Concussions

08/20/2015 | Injury Report InsightOrthopedics & Sports Medicine

What’s the best way to prevent concussions on and off the playing field? What are common symptoms of a concussion? What impact does age and gender play in concussions?  Listen to a special edition of Injury Report Insight where sports medicine specialist, Dr. Bryan Mayol answers these questions, and many others about concussions.  Previous Episodes Injury Report Insight: Hydration & Heat Stroke Injury Report Insight: Amputations & Ankle Sprains Injury Report Insight: Meniscus…

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Alcoholism Awareness: How to Help a Friend or Loved One Who is Coping With Addiction

08/18/2015 | Wellness

Alcoholism is a serious substance abuse problem, and its consequences can be severe.  Recent data shows that nearly fifteen percent of adults in Indiana reported binge-drinking in the month prior to being asked*.  Unfortunately, nearly 88,000 people die from alcohol related causes in the United States each year according to the FDA**.  If a friend or loved one is having problems with alcohol use, it can sometimes be difficult to connect them to treatment.  Here are some tips to…

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Should I Worry If My Knees Pop?

08/17/2015 | Treatments & ServicesOrthopedics & Sports Medicine

That popping sound your knees make—is it anything to worry about? If you think you’re the only one who wonders, think again. “I get that question all the time, mostly as an aside when patients are seeing me for something else,” says Robert Klitzman, MD, a sports medicine surgeon at Indiana University Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Not too surprisingly, the answer depends on your situation. If you’re someone whose knees or joints have always popped, but it’s…

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