Treating Eating Disorders with Multidisciplinary Team Care

By Intermountain Healthcare
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February 21 – 27 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.  Up to 10 million females and 1 million males suffer from anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa in the United States, and many more struggle with binge eating disorder.  Given the secretive nature and denial surrounding eating disorders, these numbers likely under-represent the total number affected in the United States. 


Men, Women & Matters of the Heart

By Intermountain Healthcare
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A quick look at statistics makes it seem as though heart disease (including coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke) is a far more serious problem for men than women. But that’s not quite true. Overall, men are more likely to get heart disease at a younger age and more men die of heart disease than women – but women with heart disease tend to be sicker. A woman’s unique vulnerability to heart disease is the focus of many new research studies.

What Your Baby's Skin Is Telling You

By Collin Searle
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Every new baby is unique and beautiful. Don’t be surprised, however, if your baby doesn’t look like the babies you see on television commercials or in magazine advertisements. Your baby may have lumps on his head, puffy or crossed eyes, a flat nose, a small chin, dry skin, or a rash.

Every baby is different in their own way, but what should you see in a normal newborn’s appearance, and what could cause you concern? Let’s take a look at what your baby’s skin might be telling you.