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  • A Doctor’s Perspective on Managing Type II Diabetes—for Herself and Her Patients

    Dr. Leslie Strouse, Internal Medicine Physician at Deaconess Clinic Boonville
    Type II diabetes is an increasingly-common condition here in the Tri-State, with as many as 1 in 9 older adults having the disease. I have been managing my own diabetes for more than a decade now. So as both a physician and patient with the condition, I have a unique perspective on what it means to manage diabetes.

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  • Caregiving Resources

    Wendi Tingley, Home Care Manager, and Shirley Gubler, Hospice Manager, Deaconess VNA Plus
    Caregiving is an increasingly-common role in America. Seniors are living longer, and often there are family members and friends who are helping to look out for their well-being.

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  • Adult Vaccines

    Rebekah Basam, PA, Deaconess Clinic Mary Street
    Most people are aware pediatric vaccinations are very important and prevent serious diseases and related complications. However, people often forget there are adult vaccinations and boosters that are recommended to keep us healthy and prevent complications associated with certain infections. 

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  • Understanding Sudden Cardiac Arrest

    Chandrashekar Kumbar, MD, FACC, The Heart Group
    In my 12 years here at The Heart Group, I’ve cared for many patients who have experienced sudden cardiac arrest; I’ve also heard many stories of those who did not survive sudden cardiac arrest. October is Sudden Cardiac Awareness Month, and so The Heart Hospital and the Deaconess Foundation are working to raise awareness of sudden cardiac arrest, and also are working to place AEDs throughout our communities.

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  • Autumn: A Time for Change

    Dr. Terry Gehlhausen, Family Medicine Deaconess Clinic Oakland City
    The winds of autumn are upon us, and they have already blown away the heat and humidity of summer. September 23rd was the first day of autumn and it is time for a new season. 

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  • Tips for Aging Healthier & Happier

    By Becky Richardville, MSW, LCSW, Care Coordinator at Deaconess Primary Care for Seniors
    Growing older is a privilege, but let’s face it—aging definitely brings about changes in our bodies and minds.

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  • All About Head Lice

    Dr. Nancy Grauso-Eby, Deaconess Clinic Pediatrician
    Anyone can get head lice.  Head lice are most common in preschool- and elementary school-aged children. It doesn’t matter how clean your home or hair may be.  It doesn’t matter where children and families live, play and work. 

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  • Myths about Concussions

    Gina Topper, PA-C talks about common myths about concussions.

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  • A-Fib

    Chandra Kumbar, MD, FACC explains A-fib.

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  • Shingles

    Dr. James Gutmann, Family Medicine Physician at Deaconess Clinic Mt. Pleasant
    In my 26 years of practicing family medicine, I have treated hundreds of patients with shingles and seen how painful and debilitating it can be. My goal in writing this article is to help people either learn how to potentially avoid shingles, OR help them know what to do if they get shingles. 

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