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2014

Rare disease brings LDS missionary home early; Treatment is helping him prepare to return to England

By Brady White
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Joey Cottrell from Centerville was just five weeks into his LDS mission in England when a rare disease sent him home in a wheelchair, barely able to move. He’s now back on his feet and preparing to return to the mission field, thanks in part to the team of experts at the Neuro Specialty Rehabilitation Unit at Intermountain Medical Center. 

Using the power of personal touch — as well as poetry and art — to help a patient find peace

By Steven Tew
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A few weeks ago Anthony Pierson was called into work and assigned to look after an aggressive, combative patient who was recovering from a drug overdose. In order to calm the patient, Anthony used the power of personal touch, and while the patient slept, he captured the whole experience on paper with poetry and art.

Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute shares advancements in heart research and care

By Jess Gomez
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THE STATISTICS ARE SOBERING: Heart disease remains the number one killer of men and women in the United States, resulting in one of every four deaths — and according to the Centers for Disease Control, about 720,000 Americans will suffer a heart attack next year.