Monthly Archives: September 2011

One Final Good Deed: Giving the Gift of Life to Others

Most of us only think about organ donation when it’s time to renew our driver’s licenses. But it’s the topic foremost in the minds of those awaiting a donor organ. For the 75 people who receive an organ transplant each day, another 20 die because there was a shortage of donated organs. LifeBridge Health routinely…
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Today is Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day (September 27)

If you avoid going to the doctor when you get sick, or you purposely stay away from the dentist because you hate the sound of the drill, then you need to put your fears aside and visit a health professional today. Today is Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day, a national campaign that…
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Sandra’s Story: 13-Year-Old Overcomes Hodgkin Lymphoma

[caption id="attachment_2993" align="alignright" width="165" caption="Sandra after treatment."][/caption] Hodgkin lymphoma, previously known as Hodgkin’s disease, is a cancer of the immune system. This cancer is the seventh most common cancer in males and females in the United States, and it is the third most common cancer in children. Symptoms include swollen lymph nodes, spleen, or other…
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