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10 Foods to Eat to Lower Your Risk of Cancer

We often hear that you are what you eat. And though you may not turn into an apple, no matter how many you eat, it’s true that what you eat is an important part of how you take care of … Read More >

Alzheimer's awareness

Early Signals That Can Point to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is a brain disease and type of dementia that causes a decline in memory, thinking, reasoning skills, and behavior. Symptoms can develop slowly and can heighten over time. They can be severe enough to make daily tasks seem impossible. … Read More >

Crittenton – Certified Primary Stroke Center

Each year about 795,000 people experience a new or recurrent stroke, which is the nation’s third leading cause of death. On average, someone suffers a stroke every 40 seconds and someone dies of a stroke every 3.1 minutes. Stroke is … Read More >

Making a Decision About Back Surgery

Only 10 years ago, if you had spine surgery, you could expect to take as much as one year before returning to normal activities. “Minimally invasive techniques allow for shorter hospital stays, faster recovery, and smaller scars, especially with back … Read More >

Crittenton Hospital Thanks Nurse of the Year 2013

It is National Nurses Week and this year, Crittenton honors our Nurse of the Year, Lynette Shelly. Crittenton would also like to personally thank Dr. & Mrs. Huebner for their donation in honor of our outstanding nurses. National Nurses Week … Read More >