Claire and Lucas Coughlin are proving you’re never too young to show compassion and kindness.
Earlier this year, Methodist Fremont Health selected Shawn Shanahan to serve as director of the Fremont Health Foundation.
This issue explores how Methodist Health System is using the latest medical technology, providing care to more people with innovative strategies and preparing the next generation of health care providers.
The Jennie Edmundson Foundation has begun a campaign to raise $100,000 to replace the hospital’s aging Medi-Bus, a service vehicle that has helped ensure health care access for thousands of people each year.
Over 1,000 area fifth-graders recently completed the “No Tobacco Challenge,” a creative way to engage students and have discussions about the dangers of tobacco and vaping, as well as the importance of making healthy life choices.
The holidays can be an especially difficult time of year for those in cancer treatment or in survivorship. Nutrition concerns often take center stage, especially with more family around.
While there is no right or wrong way to grieve, these approaches have helped others dealing with a loss.
World Diabetes Day gives us a chance to reflect on one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in the world.
While intermittent fasting has gained popularity, there are plenty of questions. Foremost: Is it a weight-loss fad or a safe and effective way to drop the pounds?
Despite treatment options closer to home, a Hastings man chose Methodist when he received an HPV-related cancer diagnosis.