4 Ways to get Siblings Ready for a New Baby

Bringing a new baby into the family is a big change for everyone, especially older siblings. And changes—even positive ones—can be scary. Some children may fear that they will no ...

3 Signs It’s Time To Head To The ER For Shoulder Pain

Sometimes all you need to relieve shoulder pain is pain medication and an ice pack.   Other times, shoulder pain may be a symptom of a more serious medical issue—one ...

Knowing How to Read Nutrition Labels Means You’ll get More from Food

      When you’re grocery shopping, you might be in a rush and don’t have the time—or even the patience—to read nutrition labels. However, you might make the time ...

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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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Children at Age 4: Here’s What to Look For.

  Healthy Development 4 your child At the age of 4 your child is typically energetic, lively, and very sociable.  This is a year where your child continues to develop old skills while thriving on picking up new skills.  While your child might be full of life and imagination, this year can also bring on [...]

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This Healthy Protein is Wildly Popular, but What is Quinoa?

  Maybe your co-workers said they had it for dinner last night, or perhaps you saw it on your favorite cooking show. It’s the new superfood everyone is talking about.   In the last decade, quinoa (pronounced keen-WAH) has risen in popularity, peaking when the United Nations declared 2013 to be the “Year of Quinoa.” [...]

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Most Know Why Water Is Important: Here’s Why You Don’t Get Enough

Why Do You Need Water?   Water makes up more than two-thirds of your body weight, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It serves as a lubricant for your joints, it makes up your saliva, and helps with digestion. It’s also a key component of sweat and the temperature regulation process.   Remember [...]

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Top 5 Reasons Bosses Say No to Flex Time and Working Remotely

Fortunately for working moms, flex time and working remotely are not just trendy perks reserved for salespeople and tech startups.   Allowing employees to work on their own terms is a major culture shift for most organizations—and it’s here to stay. As far back as 2001, nearly 30% of US workers had flexible schedules, according [...]

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4 Ways to Prevent Heart Disease Beyond Diet and Exercise

How can you keep your heart healthy? That’s easy. You’ve heard the how-to list a million times: Maintain a proper diet, exercise regularly, and maintain a healthy weight.   Experts repeat these three factors ad nauseam—and for good reason. But there are other things you could be doing to prevent coronary heart disease.   Here [...]

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