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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.

  • How a Multi-Cooker Can Improve Your Diet

    Debbie Pfeiffer, MS, RD, Deaconess Weight Loss Solutions

    If social media and sales figures are correct, many of you bought or received a multi-cooker over the holidays. While the advertising for using these appliances focuses on saving time, I’d like to tell you how they can help with healthier eating and even weight loss.
     

  • Enjoy the Big Game without Blowing Your Diet

    Carolyn Burns, RD, Deaconess Weight Loss Solutions

    Football-watching parties are not known for light and healthy food options, as most of these gatherings feature salt, beer and grease as the main food groups. So how do you celebrate the Big Game without completely blowing your diet?   
     

  • 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). 

  • Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

    Kitty Williams, Lifestyle Coach, Deaconess Diabetes Center 
     
    Many people may not know that type 2 diabetes can be prevented.  The Diabetes Prevention Program teaches meaningful lifestyle changes that help prevent – or at least delay – the onset of diabetes, leading to a longer, healthier life.
     

  • New Year’s Resolutions - Step By Step

    Carolyn Burns, RD, Deaconess Weight Loss Solutions 

    “New Year, New Me” is a phrase commonly heard after the holiday season ends and the New Year is about to begin. It’s generally followed by promises to give up sugar, only drink water, and work out six days per week. Unfortunately, this kind of thinking is not realistic and often leads to people giving up on their goals. 
     

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