Archive for HEALTH

  • July 11, 2018

    Hydration and the Human Body

    By Brad Stapley, PharmD Let’s play a game… 1. How much water do you drink daily? 2. How many days can you go without water? 3. What is the percentage of hydration that your cells need to function? 4. Does water help your body eliminate toxins? 5. What counts as...

  • July 10, 2018

    Getting to know Rocky Vista University

    By SGHW Staff An Interview with Dean David Park, DO Recently, we had the chance to get to know Dean David Park, DO and learn about Rocky Vista University’s Southern Utah campus. The Ivins, UT location is the second medical school and first osteopathic school in Utah. It is not...

  • July 10, 2018

    Shingles Pain: Promising Treatment for Postherpetic Neuralgia

    By Terrin Parker Before the development and use of the varicella vaccine, many of us remember being exposed to chicken pox as a child, sometimes intentionally, so as to contract the virus which, after running its course, provides immunity to further infection… in most folks. For some, the virus (which...

  • July 10, 2018

    It’s Time to do Something About This Painful Shoulder

    By Dr. Todd Parry Getting our hand where it needs to be, to reach, grab, hug and swing a club initiates at the shoulder. But, when it wears out, it doesn’t just keep you from throwing baseballs, it hurts. It will start to hurt to take off a shirt, hold...

  • July 10, 2018

    Dixie Regional Medical Center 400 East and River Road Campuses...

    By Amey Vance In June of 2016, Intermountain Dixie Regional Medical Center kicked off the major $300 million expansion and consolidation endeavor that is the largest construction project in the history of Washington County. The expansion has more than doubled the size of the existing campus bringing the total hospital...

  • July 10, 2018

    The Subperiosteal Implant – Eliminate Loose Lower Dentures

    By Dr. Dane Boren, Implant & Family Dentistry, Sleep Dentistry Most lower denture, or partial denture, wearers know the struggle that comes with them. Lower dentures can be the most difficult to “deal” with due to looseness, food accumulation, speech issues and the list goes on. Most sufferers can tell...

  • May 28, 2018

    Come Tour the New Pediatric Wing at Dixie Regional

    By Bailey McMurdie-Parker   The expansion and consolidation project at Intermountain Dixie Regional Medical Center is coming to a close and portions of the 400 East campus will be moving over to join the River Road campus well before the Grand Opening on September 12. The tower on the southeast...

  • May 28, 2018

    The Pathway to Pain and How Physical Therapy Can Help

    By Darren Marchant, PT,MSPT,OCS – CEO, FIT Physical Therapy Pain is a normal part of life. Living in pain however is not!  Unfortunately many of our friends, family and neighbors live with chronic pain.  Current data indicates over 100 million people in the U.S. suffer from some form of persistent...

  • May 28, 2018

    What are you really looking for?

    By Matt Eschler, LMFT   Live your life on purpose! – Matt Eschler   We have all wanted more time in our day to accomplish some task or create some new way of enjoying our lives. Time is an impossible resource to manipulate. It flows at the same pace no...

  • May 28, 2018

    Parachutes and Needles

    How identifying and overcoming our fears can help us truly come alive By JR Martin Last year, some friends and I huddled together for a final picture before we boarded an aircraft. We planned to take a plunge into the air, thousands of feet above the surface of the earth....

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