By Bentley Murdock   As we leave winter behind and head in to warmer weather, I am hoping that you have been successful in taking the four baby steps for good health that I listed in my last article (oxygen, sunshine, water, and sleep). This issue, I would like to add two more whole-istic “nutritional […]

Nutritional Daily Re…

March 7, 2019
“Cuddle Therapy? Nope, I have never heard of that. It sounds interesting though.” These are words I have grown very familiar with over the past few months as I have started my journey as a certified cuddle therapist. I have also grown accustomed to awkward silences, smirks, disapproving looks, giggles and lots and lots of […]

Cuddle Therapy?

March 7, 2019
By Jack Rolfe “Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world!” As I walked into the main lobby of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame on a beautiful day in June, 2009, I had an overwhelming feeling […]

It’s Never Too Lat…

January 16, 2019
By Mark Wardle, DO, Assistant Professor of Primary Care Medicine and Medical Spanish Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine With the onset of cold weather, more people than usual are suffering from dry, irritated skin—especially on the hands. The cold, dry air, along with frequent hot to cold and wet to dry changes, is the common […]

Winter Warning: Dry Skin…

January 16, 2019
Intermountain Healthcare Launches New “Walk With A Doc” Community Fitness Program By Marianne Hamilton   Although he doesn’t know it, Dr. David Sabgir has many friends in St. George. He’s never actually been to Utah’s Dixie, but the Columbus, Ohio-based cardiologist—and his international nonprofit organization, Walk With A Doc (WWAD)—have touched a steadily increasing number of […]

Walking the Talk

January 16, 2019
By Jessica Elgin   You may not realize that you can build a home for approximately the same price that you can buy a home, depending on size, finishes, and lot location. Your building costs are typically between $110 to $150 per square foot. If you have the time and patience to get through the […]

What is Involved When…

January 16, 2019
By Koby Taylor, PharmD, Fusion Pharmacy   What are amino acids? The proteins that make up living organisms are huge molecules, but they are composed of smaller building blocks known as amino acids. Amino acids are compounds composed of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen that your body needs to perform most cellular functions How […]

Amino Acids 101: How…

January 16, 2019
By Dr. Randy Clark I consider the charge of being an orthopedic surgeon, more than just doing surgery on patients. A majority of my practice is focused on musculoskeletal medicine and nonoperative care. That means that I will do everything possible to facilitate the healing of my patients before surgery is entertained. An important part […]

Skip The Expensive MRI…

January 16, 2019
By Matt Eschler   Should marriage be work? Work means different things for each of us. I happen to love my work, so when I hear that my marriage requires some work, I don’t think it’s such a bad thing. However, if my wife describes being married to me as “work,” it could sting a […]

Relationship Fitness

January 16, 2019
By SGHW Staff St. George has slowly been evolving to having a reputation not only for its picturesque landscape and desirable weather, but also for its one of a kind dining experiences. Garnering rave reviews since its opening in September of 2018, Red Fort Indian Cuisine is the newest and most talked about addition to […]

Restaurant Journeys:…

January 16, 2019
By Ward Wagner The somatosensory nervous system is remarkable. With a complex system of nerve cells and pathways, it allows us to perceive and enjoy the subtle softness of a rose petal, the tide pulling sand through our toes as it ebbs, the warmth of a holiday hearth on a winter’s night, or a loved […]

A Solution to Chronic…

January 16, 2019
The Dixie Foundation Provides Need-Based Scholarships for DSU Students By Hanna Pollock   When she was a freshman in high school, doctors told Averie Turpin there was a chance she would be partially deaf for the rest of her life. She had struggled with a hearing defect throughout most of her childhood and at that […]

Hope Through Fire &…

January 16, 2019

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