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While the COVID-19 outbreak isn’t a current threat here in our community, LMH Health is prepared. Read on for information about precautions and for details about our ability to care for our patients, staff, providers and the community during this evolving situation.
March is National Nutrition Month. Make small, sustainable changes to develop and work toward maintaining healthy eating and physical activity practices.
LMH Health is working with local and state health officials to closely monitor an outbreak caused by novel coronavirus.
Lindsey Hoover wasn’t feeling quite right, experiencing some gastrointestinal symptoms that were off from her norm. At age 40, she thought she was much too young to be concerned about colon cancer and didn’t think much of it.
LMH Health Foundation honored winners of the 13th annual Elizabeth Watkins Community Caring Award, which celebrates people and organizations who have provided significant service to LMH Health and community health care.
Dizziness can result from a number of causes from medications to major medical problems. The most common cause is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV.
Donors to the LMH Health Foundation committed a record $4.2 million of philanthropic support to benefit LMH Health patients, programs and initiatives throughout the fiscal year, which ended Dec. 31, 2019.
LMH Health President and CEO Russ Johnson provided a summary of 2019 initiatives and announced priorities for 2020 at the community hospital’s Board of Trustees meeting.
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.
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