A Healthy Recipe for your Heart: Baked Mac and Cheese

By Kary Woodruff
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Kids LOVE mac and cheese. But rather than whipping up what you find in a pre-packaged box, the following heart-healthy recipe will provide the taste of mac and cheese that kids enjoy, while providing the entire family with a hearty and heart healthy dinner.

The Past, Present, and Future of Population Health Research

By Susan Gagnier
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At the recent Intermountain Annual Research Summit, Lucy Savitz, PhD, MBA, Intermountain’s Assistant Vice President of Delivery System Science, discussed the importance of Population Health research. Population Health research focuses on the study of effective health promotion, prevention, and self-management to improve health and wellness. Dr. Savitz explained how a Population Health management model can improve patient care while reducing costs for patients, healthcare providers, and payers.

Why Women Get More Arthritis Than Men

By Intermountain Healthcare
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Most women are well acquainted with the particular health concerns that come with being female – including all the gynecological and breast care advice, along with the hormonal changes that bring migraines, mood and appetite symptoms. Thanks to the hard work of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign, more women are now also aware of their unique cardiovascular disease risk factors and symptoms, too.

Meet the Genovesi-Stidd Family - My Heart Challenge: Family Edition Competitors

By Jason M. Carlton, APR
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The Genovesi-Stidd family share a few thoughts about the start of the journey to better heart health as the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute's My Heart Challenge: Family Edition continues. 

Protect Your Infant from Secondhand Smoke

By Brad Gillman
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Smoking is not just a hazard to the smoker. It has been shown that secondhand smoke is dangerous for others. Some can simply leave the room or the area of the smoker. Yet newborns are stuck breathing in secondhand smoke. Parents need to know the effects that the smoke has on babies and be vigilant to protect them.