Help for Moms Who Are Unable to Produce Breast Milk

By Stephanie Jackson
babyBottle

Breastfeeding provides babies with optimal immune protection and everything they need to grow and develop in the early weeks and months of their lives. Unfortunately, some mothers are unable to provide milk and their babies are unable to receive the benefits only mother’s milk provides.

Kayley's Story

By Intermountain Healthcare

Maybe it was the full moon that put Kayley into labor before her scheduled induction date. Follow Kayley and husband Devon as they welcome their fourth child, Finn, into the world at the Women's and Newborn center at Logan Regional Hospital.

Do you know the warning signs of early-onset Alzheimer's disease? Plus, three simple ways to improve your cognitive ability

By Brady White
Alzheimers

Alzheimer’s disease involves changes in the brain that cause neurons to die. Early symptoms include short-term memory loss and difficulty with language, but it can eventually lead to complete loss of bodily function and death.

For patients over the age of 65, the decline typically is relatively slow — often taking a decade or more before death. Unfortunately for early-onset Alzheimer’s patients — who are under age 65 — the decline can be much more rapid, with death typically occurring less than five years after diagnosis.