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Stay Connected: Social Isolation Is a Risk Factor for Suicide

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Social isolation is a major risk factor of suicide. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, learn how to prevent social isolation for yourself and your loved ones.

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Discharge Planning Starts at the Beginning of a Hospital Stay, Not the End

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While you’re focused on healing in the hospital, discharge planners are working side by side with your care team to create a realistic discharge plan that meets your needs, keeps you safe and helps prevent a return to the hospital.

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Flying the Coop in a Pandemic ... or Not

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Parents of college students, whether you have an empty or not-so-empty nest this fall, you and your child will have to navigate the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic together.

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10 Masking Myths Busted

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Wearing a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic is a lifesaving public health tool, but it's not universally practiced, and misinformation is rampant. Whether you mask a lot, a little or not at all, read on as we debunk the most common masking myths.

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Hepatitis ABCs: Get Vaccinated, Get Tested

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, so does another disease claiming thousands of lives worldwide every day – viral hepatitis. Educate yourself on the different strains and how to prevent them.

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Mosquitoes, Ticks and Spiders: The Creepy-crawly Hazards of Summer

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Most of the time mosquito and tick bites are just a nuisance, but occasionally these critters transmit serious diseases.

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Addressing the Alzheimer's Stigma: How the Methodist Geriatric Assessment Clinic is Helping Patients and Caregivers

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The Methodist Geriatric Assessment Clinic is dedicated to addressing the stigma tied to Alzheimer’s disease by addressing the lack of awareness and understanding surrounding it.

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Understanding PTSD in Sexual Assault Survivors

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Anyone at any age can develop PTSD – not just combat veterans. And sexual assault survivors are one group of people that develop PTSD more than others. 

 

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The Unseen Members of Your Care Team: Health Care Risk Managers

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While doctors, nurses and medical staff might be the most visible people caring for you during your hospital stay, there’s a small army of people behind closed doors also caring for you – health care risk managers.

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Treating Migraine Headaches Starts With Prevention

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While migraines are a common medical problem, your story is unique, and your primary care provider can help you take control.

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