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  • How to Tell if Your Snoring Is Normal—Or Something More Serious

    08/29/2016

    It’s no secret that snoring can wreck your sleep—and annoy the people who have to endure this nighttime noise. However, snoring can also lead to more serious health conditions, explains Thomas Sullivan, M.D. a sleep specialist at Indiana University…  Read More

  • Are You Suffering From “Smiling Depression”?

    08/18/2016

    Social media has been busy lately hosting discussions about “smiling depression,” best described as the mask people wear to hide their feelings of sadness. Others have defined it as “appearing happy, literally smiling, while internally…  Read More

  • Fabulous Fall Salads: Two Simple Recipes to Try

    08/31/2016

    Summer produce might get the spotlight when it comes to salads, but fall fruits and vegetables are beautifully suited for elegant, nutritious salads that are hearty enough to be a meatless Monday meal. Roasted vegetables, crisp fruits, and a sprinkling…  Read More

  • A Look at a Leader: Dr. Daniel Sahlein

    08/30/2016

    Growing up, interventional neuroradiologist, Dr. Daniel Sahlein never considered working in medicine. “There were two uncles who were doctors in the family, but my father worked in show biz. He was onstage in Man of La Mancha. He was an artist,”…  Read More

  • IU Health Named Among Nation’s Best Hospitals By U.S.News

    08/02/2016

    Today, U.S.News & World Report released its 2016-2017 ‘Best Hospitals’ rankings and ‘Best Hospitals for Common Care’ ratings, naming Indiana University Health among the nation’s top hospitals…  Read More

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Surviving a Brain Aneurysm: One Survivor Shares Her Inspiring Story

08/31/2016 | Neuroscience

Julie Workman was just hours away from suffering a potentially fatal brain aneurysm rupture when experts at Indiana University Health performed the surgery that would save her life. Julie Workman doesn’t remember much about June 4, 2012. She knows she was at her son’s baseball game, and that she stood to cheer when he hit what seemed like a surefire home run. She felt a little dizzy, so she steadied herself by holding onto the fence in front of her seat. When her son reached second base…

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How To Use Your Monthly Cycle to Reach Health Goals

08/31/2016 | Health & Wellness

Female hormones often get a bad rap for being the culprit behind everything from bloating to junk food cravings.  The good news is that you can actually use your monthly hormonal changes to boost your health goals—if you understand what’s happening to your body. “There are healthy eating and exercise moves you can do throughout your cycle to maximize the effects that hormones have on your body,” says Kelly Kasper, MD, an obstetrician/gynecologist at Indiana University…

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How Your Home Can Make You Sick: Decode Surprising Health Drains

08/31/2016 | Health & Wellness

DON’T Mix Household Cleaners Keeping your house clean helps minimize dust mites, dirt, and other irritants that can aggravate conditions such as allergies and asthma. Just be aware that mixing common household cleaners can actually send you to the emergency room. “The biggest problem we see is people mixing bleach with ammonia, which creates a toxic gas called chloramine that can burn your eyes, throat, and lungs,” says Daniel E. Rusyniak, MD, medical director at the Indiana Poison…

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Fabulous Fall Salads: Two Simple Recipes to Try

08/31/2016

Summer produce might get the spotlight when it comes to salads, but fall fruits and vegetables are beautifully suited for elegant, nutritious salads that are hearty enough to be a meatless Monday meal. Roasted vegetables, crisp fruits, and a sprinkling of crunchy nuts combine to create memorable, appetizing lunches and dinners. Kale Salad with Butternut Squash, Parmesan, and Hazelnuts Kale, which is in season in the fall, makes a wonderful base for an autumn salad. The secret to a killer kale salad…

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A Look at a Leader: Dr. Daniel Sahlein

08/30/2016 | Stories

Growing up, interventional neuroradiologist, Dr. Daniel Sahlein never considered working in medicine. “There were two uncles who were doctors in the family, but my father worked in show biz. He was onstage in Man of La Mancha. He was an artist,” recalls Dr. Sahlein. “Sometimes I think my decision to become a doctor was my way of rebelling,” he jokes. Still, science always fascinated Dr. Sahlein when he was in school—and he says, the study of the human brain, even at…

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