Health & Wellness
Don’t Ignore the Stroke Signs: Knowing BE FAST Can Save Lives
While strokes are a serious health risk for both men and women, recent studies have shown that women may face a greater risk of stroke. Women have unique risk factors for stroke, including high blood pressure during pregnancy, use of certain types of birth control medicine (especially smokers) and higher rates of depression. Understanding the…Read More
Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: When should you start screening?
Colorectal cancer has gone through a rebranding campaign over the past few years. Awareness efforts include Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, in March, and communication to young and older adults all year long. The Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HealthONE is here to help you with screening guidelines and to make an appointment. While these conditions were…Read More
Is Your Teen Suffering with Hip Pain?
Running, jumping, playing soccer or being a member of the cheer squad, can all lead to fatigue or pain. But when do these symptoms become more serious? Sydney Potkanowicz started experiencing hip pain at the early age of 12. “It felt like my hip joints were slipping in their sockets. It was a constant painful,…Read More
‘Bridging the Gap’: Intensive Outpatient Program Supports Kids’ Mental Health
It’s no secret that the mental health of our youth has been deteriorating in recent years. While the COVID-19 pandemic affected everyone’s mental health in ways experts are just beginning to understand, children and adolescents already were experiencing declining mental health before the stressors of lockdowns and related concerns were added. Stephanie Camacho, LPC, director…Read More