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Methodist Health System

Spring 2013

The Meaning of Care Magazine

The Spring 2013 Issue

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Having the Talk!

Child and Family

Where do you start the conversation with your children about "the birds and the bees"?  

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How a WWII Experience Made YOU Our Priority

From the Heart

John W. Estabrook started it when he became the administrator of Methodist Hospital. His frustration as a tuberculosis patient after WWII showed him a path to his future.

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Avoiding the Stress (and Germs) of Holiday Shopping

Healthy Lifestyle

With a few extra precautions, you may be able avoid picking up a headache and fever along with all those wish list items.

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Older Driver Safety: Solutions That Go Beyond Taking the Keys Away

Healthy Lifestyle

Is it safe for Mom or Dad to drive? When elderly drivers are dealing with changes that come with aging, we can help start the conversation and decide the best course of action.

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Cancer Patient Experiences 'The Meaning of Care' Through Ice-Cold Cokes

From the Heart

After a complex surgery, Corky Grimes returned to Methodist Hospital to repay a small debt and offer a big thank-you.

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The 12 Tips of Holiday Gifting

Child and Family

Helping make sure children receive gifts they both love and are SAFE.

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Sugar Rush: How Much Sugar Is Too Much?

Child and Family

Whether it’s Christmas cookies or holiday cakes, this time of year can mean a lot of headaches for parents trying to avoid hyperactive kids.

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Methodist Challenges Students to Stay Tobacco-Free

In the Community

These kids are dedicated to making healthy choices and staying tobacco-free. Check out their amazing artwork!

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Advanced Maternal Age: "What Do You Mean I'm Old?"

Pregnancy Journal

It comes with controversy, but it warrants discussion. Here's what you need to know if you're 35 or older and pregnant.