Tagged Posts: "Family" (42)

Biohacking: Cracking Your Body’s Health Code

Ready to rewire your wellbeing? This isn’t Mission: Impossible! Health coach Jamie Sanzere shares a few simple changes you can try to improve your sleep, happiness, and energy. Read More

Posted March 11, 2024 | With Jamie Sanzere, MS, RDN, Dietitian and Health Coach with AIM for Wellbeing
RSV Poses Serious Risks for Newborns, Seniors

Runny noses, coughing, sneezing, fever. Respiratory viruses can be tough to tell apart. But one known as RSV can be especially dangerous for newborns and older adults. Family medicine specialist Dr. Benjamin Smith shares what to watch for. Read More

Posted November 10, 2023 | With Benjamin Smith, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
See Christ Hospital's New Level III NICU

From artwork by zoo animals to noise-cancelling floors and all the latest in technology, take a look with Anna from B-105 at Christ Hospital’s new Level III NICU. Read More

Posted July 06, 2023 | By Anna, B-105 radio personality, and Amy Robinson, RN, Nurse Clinical Manager
Migraine: When Headache Medicine Doesn’t Cut the Pain

Migraine pain is more complex than a headache, which explains why pain medicines don’t always stop the hurting. Physical medicine specialist Dr. Jennifer Chung shares how treatment like physical therapy and botox can provide additional relief. Read More

Posted June 12, 2023 | With Jennifer Chung, MD, The Christ Hospital Joint & Spine Physicians
Sleep Apnea: A Poor Bedfellow

Snoring turns bedtime into dread-time for millions of Americans every night. Aside from costing you some ZZZ’s, snoring can be a warning sign of dangerous health issues. Dr. Joseph Hellmann talks about the impacts of sleep apnea and new ways to treat it. Read More

Posted January 09, 2023 | With Joseph Hellmann, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Ear, Nose & Throat
Are You Just Tired? Or Is It Anemia?

Constantly feeling fatigued? It could be a warning sign for anemia. Dr. Bryan Grove shares symptoms and treatments for the most common blood disorder in America. Read More

Posted July 14, 2022 | By Bryan Grove, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Summer Safety for Kids | 5 Things to Know

Summer is for fun in the sun. We have five things to know about summer safety for kids to help keep it that way. Read More

Posted July 07, 2022 | By Healthspirations Staff
Boost Your Mental Health with a Dose of Summer

Time outdoors can improve your mood and physical health. Learn the positive effects of natural landscapes while practicing sun safety. Read More

Posted July 06, 2022 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Aruna Puthota, DO, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Your Summertime First Aid Guide

Get prepared for summer bug bites and injuries with our first-aid guide that will ensure your summer stays fun. Read More

Posted June 10, 2022 | Alison Sweet, MD, Medical Director, The Christ Hospital Urgent Care Centers
5 Water Safety Tips to Follow This Summer

Water safety is important every time you go for a swim, even if it's just to cool off. Use these five simple tips to stay safe in the water all summer. Read More

Posted June 10, 2022 | By Jerry Tolbert, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
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