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Is it a Cold or Something More?

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How do you know if your cold is just a cold? And when you should see your doctor?

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'They Saved Your Life, Dad': Patient Transfer Line Makes Big Difference in Western Iowa

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When medical staff in surrounding communities don’t have the resources patients need, they can call 844-JENNIE1 and immediately reach the Jennie Edmundson Emergency Department.

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A Cutting-Edge Tool in the Fight Against Cancer

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Methodist Hospital installed the region’s only digital PET scanner in 2018. For patients like Jake Arnold, the benefits are immediately obvious.

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Expanding Valves and Modern Care With Tried and True Technology

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Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) allows many patients with aortic stenosis to avoid open-heart surgery.

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World Diabetes Day: Advances in Treatment Ease Impacts of This Prevalent Condition

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World Diabetes Day gives us a chance to reflect on one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in the world.

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Family Medical History: Why it's so Important

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Help your doctor help you by gathering this important information before your next appointment. 

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Breathing Easier With COPD

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How to live a full, rewarding life after a COPD diagnosis.

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Methodist Stroke Drills Highlight Benefits of Quick Action

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“You’re losing brain cells every minute that you’re having a stroke,” said Pam Stout, MSN, RN, SCRN, Methodist stroke program coordinator. “So, truly, the most important thing is calling 911 and getting to the hospital.”

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Surviving a Stroke: Treatment and Recovery

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If you suffer a stroke, receiving the proper treatment and rehabilitation as quickly as possible is absolutely key. Recovery begins immediately following a stroke.

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Structural Heart Disease: What It Is and How It's Treated

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Open-heart surgery is no longer the only option for treating structural heart disease. Here's a brief overview of TAVR – a complex but minimally invasive procedure.

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