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Shriners Hospitals for Children wants to keep children on track for a safe summer

(KUTV) Nurse Dani from Intermountain Moms visited Fresh Living with Hospital Packing Tips for labor, postpartum and that new baby of yours.facebook.com/intermountainmoms

Contributor: James Ioli, DPM, is Chief of Podiatry at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Harvard Read More...

Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.

Riley Children’s Health offers children access to comprehensive care across Indiana, including at Riley Hospital for Children in downtown Indianapolis.

Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.

In recognition of World Breastfeeding Week, Emerson Hospital’s maternity team shares tips to help moms breastfeed their babies.Emerson offers a

Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.

Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.

In anticipation of the upcoming harvest season, it’s important for those in the farming community to be well prepared and safe . Long hours, powerful machinery and isolated jobs all make the risk of farm-related injuries, which can often be fatal, quite high. However, remembering a few dependable safety practices and picking up a new tip or two can help you avoid a serious accident
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Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.

It's normal for all children to experience some initial back-to-school jitters, particularly if the child is starting kindergarten or changing schools. However, getting some kids to school can be a daily struggle. They may outright refuse to go, become extremely emotional and upset, or even physically ill. Some might also complain of vague, non-specific ailments, such as a stomachache or headache, which appear just before it is time to leave for school.

Maintaining a regular routine of healthful eating is not easy. Whether you're searching for convenience while on the go or indulging during a holiday, life has a way of disrupting our habits. Sarah Churchill, a registered dietitian with the Emerson Hospital Center for Weight Loss, offers these tips to help you maintain a healthy weight.

Sepsis is a widespread infection that often causes organ failure and death. A simple, four-step plan can dramatically reduce sepsis-related deaths.

Named among the Best Hospitals in America by US News World Report for 19 consecutive years, Indiana University Health is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system.

If you are traveling or going on vacation this summer, make sure you plan ahead to keep your diabetes in check. Dealing with high blood sugars — or worse, a trip to the hospital — can put a damper on your plans. With a little advance planning, you can have the restful, relaxing and fun vacation you deserve. The Diabetes Center for Children has compiled a list of tips for patients and families who will be on the go this summer.

Allison Bourgraf, RD, LD, a clinical dietitian in the Division of Nutrition Therapy at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, shares the following tips on how parents and children can enjoy tasty foods during the holiday season and still stay healthy.