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This holiday season, consider giving the gift of relaxation to yourself or a loved one. The Washington Wellness Center is offering massage specials that can make the holidays brighter ... Read More » Mindful Eating Can Help You Avoid Weight Gain 18-Nov-2016 Posted By Christopher Brown Learn Tips for Healthy Eating During the Holidays and All Year Long November marks the beginning of the eating season. From now until the end of the year, we will be tempted with savory delights and decadent sweet treats, not to mention high-calorie beverages. But there are ways to enjoy all the ... Read More » Best Selling Author of The Patient's Playbook Offers Advice at Free Community Forum 4-Nov-2016 You or someone you care about faces a serious — or even not-so-serious — illness or accident. How do you navigate and manage the array of doctors, hospital personnel and other caregivers that are now involved in your life? How do you evaluate their opinions? And among your numerous ... Read More » Think Pink Highlights Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment 10-Oct-2016 Posted By Christopher Brown October is just around the corner. Soon we’ll be seeing pink everywhere. That’s because October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and pink has become synonymous with breast cancer awareness and prevention. Local women have the opportunity to Think Pink on Oct. 13 at Washington ... Read More » Successful Surgeries Replace Only Kneecap Area of Woman's Knees 21-Sep-2016 Jeanne Landreth had pain in her knees for close to 20 years. Finally, while spending the summer of 2014 in Sun Valley, Idaho, at her summer residence, she concluded that enough was enough. “I’m a very active person, and I love to hike, so I decided to evaluate my options, including knee ... Read More » Are You at Risk for Lung Cancer? 13-Sep-2016 National Lung Screening Trial Shows Low-Dose CT Scan Reduces Mortality Rates If you are a smoker or former smoker, you probably know you have an increased risk of getting lung cancer. Other factors like environmental exposures can also raise your risk. If you are at risk, you may want to consider ... Read More » Learn About Sepsis-Knowing the early signs can help save lives 6-Sep-2016 You may have heard of a medical condition called sepsis. But, do you know how serious it can be, what the symptoms are, or who can be affected? The Sepsis Alliance states that sepsis is “the body’s overwhelming and life-threatening response to infection which can lead to tissue damage, ... Read More » Zika Virus Poses Risk for Pregnant Women 1-Sep-2016 Most People Infected Have No Symptoms The mosquito-borne Zika virus has become a concern in the United States, particularly for pregnant women whose infants can suffer serious Zika-related birth defects. The Zika virus is mainly transmitted to people by Aedes mosquitoes, which are not native to ... Read More » Dr. Taghioff Counsels Cleveland Clinic Grads On Achieving Medical, Life Success 16-Aug-2016 Truth, empathy, life balance and sharing wisdom are all keys to a successful career in neurological surgery as well as in life, Washington Hospital’s Dr. Moses Taghioff told graduating neurological surgery students at the Cleveland Clinic’s annual commencement in June. A neurological ... Read More » Dr. Taghioff Counsels Cleveland Clinic Grads On Achieving Medical, Life Success 16-Aug-2016 Truth, empathy, life balance and sharing wisdom are all keys to a successful career in neurological surgery as well as in life, Washington Hospital’s Dr. Moses Taghioff told graduating neurological surgery students at the Cleveland Clinic’s annual commencement in June. A neurological ... Read More » 1 2 3 4 . . . 18 19 20 Next 196 results found. Viewing page 1 of 20.