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Effective January 4, Goshen Hospital is taking the precautionary measure of limiting patient visitors to the hospital to protect patients, families and Colleagues from unnecessary exposure to the flu virus. Click here to learn more.
Lyme disease is an illness transmitted through the bite of an infected black-legged tick, or deer tick, as they’re more commonly known. Learn more about the symptoms and what to do if you think you're infected.
Take advantage of this time of year to put some color into your diet. Different colored fruits and vegetables contain different nutrients, which are great for your diet. Here's a seasonal recipe for grilled pork chops with rhubarb chutney.
With Wound Care Awareness week, can you tell the difference between "just a scratch" and a serious wound that requires medical attention?
Did you know that preventable injuries are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States? June has been dubbed National Safety Month in an effort to reduce these leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, at home and in our communities.
Fitness and Exercise
Poor posture can cause problems throughout your body, such as back and neck pain, muscle fatigue, digestive problems, mood disorders and more. Improve your posture with these simple steps.
Heart and Vascular
The steps to maintaining a healthy heart are fairly simple: eat a healthy diet, exercise, maintain a healthy weight and don’t smoke.
Once only practiced by professional athletes, coaches and trainers, foam rolling is becoming more common among everyday people.
No matter your age, you can help keep your bones strong and healthy and prevent the onset of osteoporosis with proper nutrition and regular exercise.
What you eat can be just as effective at slowing aging and preventing acne as the creams and beauty products you put on your skin.
Blackberries are a small but mighty food. Their high concentration of antioxidants can positively impact your health, athletic performance and disease risk.
Juicing is the process of extracting juice from fresh fruits and vegetables, including the vitamins, minerals and plant chemicals that come with it.
Eating a serving of walnuts a day (about 25g) can benefit your health in many ways. Here are a few examples of the health and nutritional benefits of walnuts.
The Elkhart County 4-H Fair is just around the corner. From July 22-30, hit the fairgrounds for exhilarating rides, fun games and entertaining local attractions — and don’t forget to make healthy food choices while you’re at it
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