Thirteen handmade blankets now cover Stephen Center residents with warmth, love and friendship. Members of the Celebration Team wanted blanket recipients to know that people at Methodist care about them.
Gaining too much or not enough when baby’s on board can have serious consequences for both mom and baby.
At Methodist, caring for our friends, neighbors and community is part of who we are. Find out how we help to remove the barriers that make getting and staying healthy a challenge in this Spring 2018 issue of The Meaning of Care Magazine.
Keeping people healthy after they leave the hospital is a priority for those at Methodist Jennie Edmundson. Find out how partnering with local organizations helps fewer people return once they are discharged. (VIDEO)
There are simple steps parents, grandparents and caregivers can take to keep babies healthy and safe. It’s all about following the ABCs of safe sleep.
Keeping the muscles in your backside healthy and strong can make a big difference in your every move.
The USDA estimates 90 billion pounds of edible food is wasted annually, costing consumers $370 per person each year. What can we do to reduce food waste in our homes?
More than 130 models took center stage at the Methodist Cancer Survivor Style Show on March 1. Beneath the gorgeous hair, makeup and clothes was a courageous survivor spirit much more beautiful than anything the audience could see from the outside.
Sharing her cancer journey and volunteering helps survivor Dianna Hite's body and mind - and touches hundreds of others. Learn how volunteering can help you, your health, and provide help to so many others.