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Tuesday, July 21, 9:07am News ReleasesYour HealthColumns

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly Hot summer days on the beach provide a number of ways to get hurt.  Fortunately, the crop of jellyfish seems to have landed earlier in the year, but occasional stings have been reported. Not all species sting, but the sea nettle and the... more »

Tuesday, July 7, 9:01am News ReleasesYour HealthColumns

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly Most people know the average, normal human body temperature is about 98.6 degrees. The body is comfortable and wants to stay at this temperature.  When the weather gets above 100 degrees, the only way for the body to cool itself and stay at 98.6... more »

Tuesday, June 30, 4:53pm News ReleasesYour HealthColumns

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly  Sunburn is the skin’s reaction to ultraviolet radiation exposure. Uultraviolet rays can cause invisible damage to the skin, which can lead to premature aging of the skin, as well as skin cancer.  Most of the damage the sun causes to... more »

Tuesday, June 23, 4:47pm News ReleasesYour HealthColumns

Your health By Michael Warren  A teenager loses control of his bike, falls and cuts his arm severely. Someone calls for help. But the young man could actually bleed to death before an ambulance arrives if no one nearby is qualified to apply even the simplest first aid to stem the flow of... more »

Tuesday, June 16, 4:33pm News ReleasesYour HealthColumns

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly  Drowning is second only to accidental injuries when it comes to causes of death for children younger than 14. Drowning can happen very quickly, in some cases, in less than two minutes after a person’s head goes under water. Drowning occurs... more »

Tuesday, June 2, 4:20pm News ReleasesColumns

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly  The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued numerous recalls on cribs since 2007.  The most common problems are broken, missing or improperly functioning hardware. The cribs with sides that drop are the most risky. The moving... more »

Tuesday, May 26, 3:57pm News ReleasesColumns

Your health By Michael Warren  My father was a wise man who used to say, “Never discuss religion or politics.” Well, let’s leave politics out of this, but, as religion and medicine tend to coexist in a hospital setting and often complement each other, a few observations... more »

Tuesday, May 19, 3:49pm News ReleasesColumns

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly  Chances are you or someone you know has children involved in an array of recreational activities. Swim team, Little League, ballet, soccer and a host of other sports keeps parents running from field to field after work and on the weekend.... more »

Tuesday, May 12, 3:40pm News ReleasesColumns

Your health By Michael Warren  Most of us have had an X-ray at some time in our lives; yet probably few of us understand its amazing contribution to medicine and our health.  The X-ray machine was invented by a German physician, Wilhelm Roentgen, and was at first considered mysterious... more »

Tuesday, May 5, 3:32pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Your health By Sally Robinson and Keith Bly  If you have a child who participates in sports, chances are you will have to help treat a strain or a sprain at some point. Many people do not know the difference between the two.  A strain occurs when a muscle or tendon, which is... more »

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