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10 Things to Do Now for a Healthier 2014

The New Year comes with open possibilities about what is ahead. Use these 10 things to do now for a healthier 2014. Though it may feel rewarding to make a grandiose New Year’s resolution, sometimes it’s the smaller lifestyle changes … Read More >

Healthy Eating Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive

Your money or your health. When it comes to nutrition, sometimes it can seem like a choice between the two. Researchers recently calculated the cost of following the government’s dietary guidelines in one metropolitan area. Eating the right foods, such … Read More >

Identifying Early Signs and Suicide Prevention in Adolescents

Jeanne Miller, MA LLP, the Director of Specialized Services for Youth for Oakland Family Services will present an interactive/educational lecture highlighting data on teen depression and suicide, identification of early signs of suicide and key interventions and strategies to help … Read More >

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Crittenton Wins Patient Safety Excellence Award – Top 5% In Nation

Crittenton Hospital has achieved the Healthgrades 2013 Patient Safety Excellence Award™, according to Healthgrades, the leading online resource that helps consumers search, evaluate, compare and connect with physicians and hospitals.  The distinction places Crittenton within the top 5% of all … Read More >

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Cardiac Stress Testing Saves a Life

Meet Robin. He found himself at the Crittenton Shelton Heart Center’s diagnostic clinic one morning for a routine heart stress test, prescribed by his doctor after an annual physical. But when the routine test showed results that were not routine, … Read More >