Tips For Keeping Your Kidneys Strong

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Your kidneys are vital to your body’s functionality. They work non-stop to filter blood. Over time, it is common for our kidneys’ functionality to decrease as we age. But some people experience severe kidney problems, like chronic kidney disease. And if left untreated, this can lead to major health problems like stroke, heart attack, kidney

Lower Back Pain? This May be the Cause

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Many adults experience lower back pain but often don’t realize that their everyday activities are the cause of it. Back pain can interfere with your life, so it is important to pinpoint the cause and make changes that will help alleviate the pain.  What’s Causing My Lower Back Pain? Two of the most common causes

Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

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September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. About 20% of children living in the U.S suffer from obesity. This month is meant to raise awareness about childhood obesity and inform people about who is at greater risk for childhood obesity and how they can prevent obesity in their families. Get an early start The best way

Back to School Vaccinations

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It’s “back to school” time, and many parents are having to make hard decisions about whether their kids will attend school in person, online, or a combination of both. There is a lot we can’t control right now, but there are things you can do to help ensure your kids health and safety. This year,

UV Safety: Tips for Avoiding Overexposure to the Sun

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Exposure to the sun can have many benefits including vitamin D intake and improvement in mental health. However, too much sun exposure can cause problems such as skin cancer, eye damage, sun burn, and immune system suppression. There are several things you can do to help prevent negative effects of sun exposure while also enjoying

Everything You Need to Know About Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

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Recently, a new syndrome in pediatric patients linked to COVID-19 has been seen in several U.S. states and in parts of Europe. There is much we don’t know about Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome, but doctors are working to better understand it, so that they can treat patients and help them recover. What is Pediatric Multi-System

Crisp Regional’s Steps to Ensure Patient Safety

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Our health-care workers and hospitals have stepped up to serve their communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic. However, that doesn’t mean they aren’t continuing to care for all of the health concerns, injuries, and illnesses that brought people to hospitals before the pandemic.   Recently there have been noticeably fewer people visiting emergency rooms. Part of

Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

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Over 5 million people in America live with Alzheimer’s disease, and the impact of the disease often extends to family members and friends who want to support and care for their loved ones. June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness month, and it is an opportunity to raise awareness for the disease and to support caregivers