Baby no. 2 on the way for Ashton & Mila! 9 of their best quips
Ashton Kutcher baby news has hit the press! Congratulatory wishes are in order for the actor and wife Mila Kunis, as word spreads she's pregnant for the second time. A rep for the actress has confirmed the news to People, who claim to have an inside source for the pair. 'Ashton genuinely lights up when talking about Wyatt and the little one on the way,' their insider explained. 'Everything about being a father is natural to him.' Ashton and Mila, who wed in July of 2015 after years of knowing one another from their That '70s Show days, are already
Six Health Tips Every Boomer and Senior Should Know Before Traveling
Marvin Mallon, 86, and his wife Reva, know how important it is to plan ahead before embarking on a long journey — especially when it comes to their health.
7 Breast Cancer Prevention Tips
The Susan G. Komen Foundation estimates that among women in the U.S. there will be 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer and 61,000 new cases of in situ cancer and 40,450 breast cancer deaths. There are several things that women can to help prevent breast cancer.
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If you are struggling with the number on the scale, these suggestions can help you stay healthy and fit.
How to Choose a Physician
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare offers a step-by-step guide to helping you choose a physician who's right for you and your family.
Top women powerhouses in health IT spotlight: Joanne Sunquist
Joanne Sunquist knows Epic. As the chief information officer at the four-hospital HealthEast Care System in Minnesota, she's successfully spearheaded the new $135 million Epic electronic medical record implementation within an aggressive 14-month timeline across the hospitals, which went live June 1. The health system's 14 clinics will follow suit by December.
How to choose a Primary Care Physician
You may have heard it’s important to have a primary care physician (PCP). But what if you don’t already have one? In this video, we talk about how to find th...
Cabernet Over Chemo: 4 Physicians, 4 Lessons
Dr. B.J. Miller speaking at the Coalition for Compassionate Care of California conference. Photo: Owen Egan Missing three limbs (all but his right arm) following an accident as a Princeton sophomore, the affable Miller talks like a man thankful for being alive with his distinctly humanist approach to death and dying. His TED talk, “What Really Matters at the End of Life,” has been viewed over 5 million times “If our subject matter is suffering and death, then the groundwork is empathy,” said Miller. “Staying inspired, loving the people you love, that’s your job.” While palliative care has traditionally addressed physical pain and emotional distress, Miller hopes to further expand its definition to embrace deeper social…
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Mountainside Medical Equipment
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