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Quality health information can help you make informed decisions for yourself and your family.  YourHealth, the Deaconess virtual resource center, helps you be a smart, empowered patient.

From health education and information provided by Deaconess doctors and experts, to community and local resources, YourHealth connects you to the knowledge you need.

  • Helping Children Navigate These Challenging Times

    Our “unprecedented” time continues, as we all work to live as best we can in our new and evolving “normal”. Although we are going through this pandemic together, our individual experiences are vastly different. With children, who don’t have a frame of reference, and who sense adult stresses and concerns, feelings may be even more confusing and difficult to manage right now.  

  • Understanding & Treating Heel Pain

    Brandt Dodson, DPM, Deaconess Clinic Podiatry
     
    In my 30 years of practicing podiatry, I’ve cared for thousands of people with heel pain. It’s actually one of the most common complaints I hear in my office. Treating heel pain can help people get back to living a better, more complete life.  
     

  • Super Summer Nutrition

    Debbie Pfeiffer, MS, RD, Deaconess Weight Loss Solutions

    Summer in the Tri-State means an abundance of locally grown produce. As a dietitian, I know the reasons why fruits and vegetables are so good for you, which makes summer the perfect time of year to encourage eating more of them...and to expand the ways people cook and eat in-season produce.
     

  • Lyme Disease

    Terry Gehlhausen, DO, Deaconess Clinic, Oakland City

    Lyme disease is the most common tick-borne illness in the United States.  More than 100,000 cases have been reported since the disease was first discovered in 1982.  The disease is spread by the bite of a deer tick.

  • Keeping Pain in Check

    Brittney Fulcher, NP, Deaconess Comprehensive Pain Centers
     
    Pain will affect everyone at some point in their life. Pain can occur suddenly or can come about slowly and may vary in intensity from mild to more severe pain. The presence of pain is usually an indication that something is wrong within the body. Pain can be acute (temporary)—usually lasting three months or less--or chronic (long term). 

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