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According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. Reduce your chance of developing heart disease by knowing your risk factors and modifying those you can.
According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases, which include stroke, claim the life of a woman about every 80 seconds. Listen to your heart and recognize the symptoms of heart attack in women.
Data has shown that many older drivers take great safety measures when it comes to driving. A survey from the AAA, AARP and the American Occupational Therapy Association reported that more than a third of older drivers have taken driver improvement courses.
LMH Health is working with local and state health agencies related to a potential case of novel coronavirus.
Arthritis pain affects millions of Americans every year. Many types of arthritis can alter our quality of life, with osteoarthritis being the most common form in the United States. You may have heard of rheumatoid arthritis as well, however, there is one type of arthritis that isn’t talked about as much – ankle arthritis.
Each year, people with Medicare have an opportunity to take part in an annual wellness visit. Though the words “wellness visit” may sound daunting, this visit is not a physical exam.
Due to an increase in influenza-like illnesses, LMH Health is implementing precautions in the hospital to keep our patients, staff, volunteers and visitors healthy.
LMH Health Foundation and local non-profits are partnering to host a community-wide celebration of women in philanthropy on January 29.
OrthoKansas has joined the Newman Regional Health Medical Partners Orthopedics & Sports Medicine clinic to provide Lyon County and surrounding area residents a new choice when it comes to their orthopedic care.
January is national blood donor month. The nation’s blood supply has never been lower and the community is in desperate need of blood donors.
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Amy Northrop, Director of Communication