Hearing Health Comes to Light in October

How often do you hear someone joke, “Oh, I don’t have a hearing problem. It’s just selective hearing?”  What these people may not know is that they may be experiencing symptoms of hearing loss.  Signs and symptoms of hearing loss can go unsuspected for years before it is officially identified.  Read More »

Preventative Care · Sacred Heart · Comments { 0 }

Taking the Fear Out of Treating Back and Neck Pain

Almost every adult has struggled with back or neck pain at some point in his or her life. It’s extremely common among us, no matter the age. It might have started with a car accident, a work or sports injury, or one of those sharp aches in your back you suddenly just wake up with out of the blue one day. Read More »

Pain Control · McKennan · Comments { 0 }

We All Have a Battle!

I love the fall in Sioux Falls. Not only is the weather gorgeous, but for many of us it is the start of school, football season and the Sioux Falls Marathon and Half Marathon. Each year I run in the race, I am in awe of the number of individuals who worked so hard throughout the summer to get ready for the race. Read More »

Exercise · Avera Health · Comments { 0 }

Chocolate or Chips?

The results of a survey on snacking habits from around the world was recently released, shedding some interesting light on trends from around the world about what we like to snack on. The Nielsen Global Survey of Snacking polled 30,000 consumers in 60 countries about their snacking habits. Read More »

Nutrition · Marshall · Comments { 0 }

Looking and Feeling First-Rate while Going through Cancer Treatments

Cancer treatment can make it difficult to look and feel your best, especially if you’re a woman. One of the most difficult things for anyone is looking in the mirror. Cancer treatment can cause multiple changes in appearance, serving as a constant reminder of the disease and making you look sicker than you may feel. Read More »

Cancer · Queen of Peace · Comments { 0 }

The Toddler Years: Exploring the Big World

Maya is sitting at the table coloring with crayons, humming softly and talking to mom who is nearby. In flies 18-month-old Joey. He grabs the crayons and starts coloring on the nearest chair. Mom manages to get them out of his hand but not before he knocks the chair over. Read More »

Child Development · McKennan · Comments { 0 }