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Aquatic Exercise Can Mix up or Jump-start Your Workouts

Healthy Lifestyle

Why try a pool workout? It's low-impact, it has numerous benefits and almost anyone can do it.

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Patient Escorts: The Feet and Heartbeat of Methodist

From the Heart

Much like every Methodist employee, they go above and beyond to illustrate The Meaning of Care.

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Planning a Trip? Here's When to Visit the Methodist Travel Clinic

Today's Medicine

Whether they’re planning that dream vacation, a business trip or mission work, travelers sometimes forget one extremely important thing: health preparations.

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10 Things Your OB/GYN Wants You to Know

Women's Wellness

All those questions you were too embarrassed to ask your OB/GYN? Answered.

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How to Help Your Child Maintain a Healthy Weight

Child and Family

We hear a lot of talk about kids being overweight. So what can parents do to ensure their kids fall in a healthy range?

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Caring for Your Scalp During Chemo Hair Loss

Cancer Care

When the hair is gone and your head is bare, how can you care for your scalp and skin when the side effects of chemo kick in? 

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Hair Loss During Cancer Treatment: What to Expect

Cancer Care

Dealing with hair loss both emotionally and physically can be easier once you know what to expect.

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What You Should Know for Better Breast Health

Women's Wellness

Over time, so much has changed when it comes to recommended guidelines for better breast health. So what should you know when it comes to screening for breast cancer?

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Food Allergies: Staying Safe at School

Child and Family

When your child has an allergy, every food they ingest can be cause for scrutiny. How can you be sure they're safe at school?

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Meaningful Connection Through Compassionate Care

From the Heart

Admitted to the hospital after fainting, Richard Fellman heard a familiar accent that made all the difference in what could have been a daunting stay.