RURAL REFLECTIONS Bullit
Occasionally I write a column which consists of unrelated topics
which I call bullets, as in bullet points. If you read this week's
title aloud it sounds appropriate however it's spelling is ... Posted on 5/5/13 at 6:22 AM
REAL MONEY Nine Steps to Dealing With Medical Debt
A broken bone, mental health therapy, a long-term illness, a car accident, a premature baby. All of these situationsand so many more unexpected onescan land a family in medical debt. And you cant comp... Posted on 4/16/13 at 9:27 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Clinical Indications for a Breast MRI
The source of this informationis St. Luke's Center forDiagnosticImaging. www.CDIradiology.com.
Check out this detailed website. This is a handy ordering guideline site.
When is there a reason to ord... Posted on 4/15/13 at 5:08 PM
60 DAYS TO BETTER LIVING You'll like sharing your hospital room. Really.
American hospitals have spent millions of dollars scrapping old-fashioned patient wards and double rooms in favor of private hospital rooms for everyone.
But maybe this strategy is entirely wronghead... Posted on 3/18/13 at 9:34 AM
Hoping to schedule your baby’s birth while your mother’s in town or before the doctor goes on vacation? Labor is becoming less of a late-night surprise, but some hospitals are starting to tighten the rules for elective deliveries — because some babies are being delivered too early.
Janice Goodger, the Duluth woman whose body temperature dropped dangerously low and whose heart stopped beating after she fell in a snowbank, appeared this morning on "Good Morning America." Her story of survival has attracted national attention after it appeared in the News Tribune.
Wearing her Green Bay Packers cheerleading outfit, 9-year-old Maya Owens gasped when Santa Claus walked into her hospital room on Christmas Eve.
“Ho, ho, ho,” said the white-bearded man in the red suit and hat.
“Santa!” Maya shouted.
That was in 2007, and the brown-haired girl with mitochondrial disease had been at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in suburban Milwaukee for the previous two weeks, even for her birthday. She also was there for Christmas 2006.
Kelly Peissig is through with the Liggetts cigarettes, that’s for sure.
After having a heart attack at his deer camp in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in November, Peissig was transported to St. Mary’s Medical Center by LifeFlight air ambulance.
St. Luke’s announced Friday that it will end its Luke’s One helicopter service and instead join Life Link III, a Minneapolis-based consortium of seven medical organizations that collectively subcontract their helicopters from Air Methods Corp. of Minneapolis.
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