Fashion, Home Design, Finance Among Topics at this year’s Women’s Forum

    The 20th Annual Women’s Forum “Women in the Year 2014” will be held Saturday, November 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Utah State University Brigham City ...

What You Need to Know About Enterovirus or EV-D68

You may be aware that an increasing number of children in several U.S. states have been diagnosed with Enterovirus D68.  Following are some facts and information that can help you ...

How to Deal with Bullying

    When it comes to bullying, it’s no secret that kids can be pretty mean. No parent wants to see their child’s health suffer because of another kid…Yes, your ...

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Avoiding the Flu

Sometimes, we get sick. We go about our day, dealing with the ...

Simple Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six ...

Fashion, Crafts, Relationship Advice and Food! All at our Annual Women’s Forum

Each year our hospital is proud to host one of Brigham City’s ...

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Beat Back-to-School Bugs: 4 Healthy Habits to Teach Your Kids

With the new school year just getting started, you may be wondering if your child will make it through the semester without a runny nose, earache or some other annoying bug.   Germs spread when people come into close contact with each other, and the classroom is a prime location for this to occur.   [...]

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Robin Williams’ Death Begs Discussion of Signs of Depression in Men

    If you’re still shocked by comedian Robin Williams’ death, you’re probably not alone. Many of his fans and Hollywood colleagues have taken to the media to ask how someone who dedicated his career to making people laugh could struggle with depression. CNN reported that Williams’ tragic suicide on August 11 was due to a [...]

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What Not to Say to Someone Who has had a Miscarriage

        We call it “miscarriage,” but that word only captures the clinical aspect of what’s going on. When you think about it, it’s the death of a loved one. And not just a loved one, a child. Sadly, miscarriage is so common that we often don’t appreciate the depths of that experience [...]

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How Much Water Should You Drink?

    Are you drinking enough water? Chances are, the answer is no, especially with so many other tempting choices—like juice, iced tea and soda. But how much water is enough, anyway? Considering that there are the times when you should drink more—or less—water than you normally would, it can get pretty confusing. Drinking enough [...]

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Living with GERD

    The effects of health conditions such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) are difficult to fully convey without personal stories — the stories of thousands who live in pain every single day. Personal stories such as these, which can be found on the International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders website, remind us that suffering isn’t [...]

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