Proper Use of Antibiotics can Keep Your Family Safe from "SuperBugs"

By Jason M Carlton
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Bacteria are an important part of the body’s normal digestive track. But when those bacteria grow out of control and enter other areas of the body, they can cause serious infections. If the bacteria become resistant to antibiotic treatment, they become what is known as a ‘Superbug’, which is life-threatening.

Intermountain Moms Winter Fun Staycation Giveaway

By Intermountain Healthcare
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Need a short getaway? Enter Intermountain Moms’ Winter Fun Staycation Giveaway, where you could win a weekend adventure in Park City, Utah! Prize includes an overnight stay at Marriott’s Mountainside Resort in Park City, a winter activity pass to Rocky Mountain Recreation of Utah, and dinner at the Cheesecake Factory!

Deep Brain Stimulation helps Parkinson's patient gain control of his body

By Jason M Carlton
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Reggie, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in 2007, had heard about deep brain stimulation, or DBS, in which neurosurgeons implant electrical leads into the brain. Those leads are then connected to a small device called a neurostimulator, placed in the patient’s chest, which gives off electrical pulses that correct the misfirings in the brain that cause Parkinson’s symptoms.

Avoid Falling for Grocery Store Food Traps

By Ali Spencer, RD
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We’re all trying to be healthier and most of us seek out healthier foods in the grocery stores. Unfortunately, marketers hone in on key ingredients to maketheir products sound healthier, and more alluring at our expense. Watch out for these traps when you’re shopping and read your food labels to ensure you are getting what you think you are.