Holiday Leftovers – What to Take, and What to Leave Behind

You’re stuffed to the brim on turkey, potatoes, and all the delicious holiday meals at the season’s events and parties. And as each festivity dwindles, you may be tempted to ...

Surprising Risk Factor for Diabetes: You Child’s School Policies

      Obesity and type 2 diabetes in children has been on the rise. You might be surprised to find that school policies can put kids at risk for ...

E-Cigarette Safety – Why that’s an Oxymoron

They’re devices that look like cigarettes. But instead of tobacco, they contain liquid nicotine. They operate off a battery and turn liquid nicotine into vapor that the smoker inhales. They’re ...


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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4 Things to Know About Life After a First-time Heart Attack.

  Having a heart attack can be a life-changing experience. For some people, it provides the push they need to make changes and work towards living a healthier life. And many people go on to live perfectly normal lives afterward.   But it’s no secret that heart disease can be a killer—literally. In fact, it’s [...]

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5 Essentials to Include in Your Home First Aid Kit

  You probably already have a box of bandaids and a bottle of over-the-counter pain relievers in your medicine cabinet at home, just in case. But what about illnesses and injuries that require more than just these basics? It’s always a good idea to have access to certain medical supplies in your home, according to [...]

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ADHD in Girls

Boys are supposed to by hyper. And girls are supposed to be the calm, more mature ones, right? The issue with these stereotypes is that they overlook girls who might have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). People tend to be so quick to associate the condition with only the hyperactive component, and not the other [...]

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Living with Diabetes

    Being told you have diabetes can be really overwhelming! There can be a lot to learn but it can help to realize you have a great deal of control over your health and your future by decisions you make each day. It is possible to live a full and healthy life with diabetes. [...]

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“PURPLE” Baby Caps Educate New Parents and Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome

      Volunteer knitters at Brigham City Community Hospital have been knitting purple colored baby caps all summer to help raise awareness and prevent the shaking and abuse of infants, which they will be handing off to the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome (NCSBS) to share with other birthing hospitals across the state [...]

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