July 16, 2020
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Articles in: Healthy Living

Jessica Able
- 6 years 3 days ago
We’ve all been there. It’s 3 a.m. and your 2-year-old is up with a rash and fever, and you consult Google. You are not sure if the...
Victoria Grabner
- 7 years 6 days ago
Steve Oeth was making excuses. He was 20 to 30 pounds overweight, he told himself. He wasn’t used to exerting himself, he’d say. Other...
Victoria Grabner
- 7 years 1 week ago
Cognitive disabilities weren’t just a concept for President John F. Kennedy. His eldest sister, Rosemary, was mentally disabled, and she later...
Natalie Greer
- 8 years 1 week ago
Grocery stores dedicate aisles to it. Restaurants include options in their menus. Health and fitness magazines advise to give it up. Chances are, you...
Katherine Carroll, Ph.D.
- 8 years 1 week ago
For two years, The Women’s Hospital in Newburgh, Ind., has offered an innovative donor breast milk program for premature infants in the...
Ashley Meijer
- 8 years 1 week ago
TMJ is a disorder in the temporomandibular joint, one of the most complex joints in the body that controls forward, backward, rotational, and side-to...
Scott Saalman
- 8 years 1 week ago
The first time I donated blood, I passed out. I was 18, barely weighing the 110 pounds necessary to donate. I survived the actual blood draw. It was...
Jim Schroeder
- 8 years 1 week ago
Anxiety disorders now are the most prevalent psychological condition in children and adults in the United States. It is a startling statistic. Many...
Thom Wilder
- 8 years 1 week ago
You won’t find two stronger proponents of good, old-fashioned hand hygiene than Donna Neufelder and Mellodee Montgomery. Neufelder, executive...
Brennan Girdler
- 8 years 1 week ago
Mitigating health risk is difficult in a world full of trapdoors and sharp edges (think germs, genes, and unhealthy decisions), but it’s not...
Louis La Plante
- 8 years 51 weeks ago
I remember the day I thought I was losing my memory. I couldn’t spell “toad,” a deceptively simple word. I tried, “tode,...
Trisha Weber
- 8 years 51 weeks ago
With summertime humidity, swimming is a necessary activity in Evansville, and who doesn’t like long weekends of barbecuing at the lake? But is...
Wendy Hudson
- 8 years 51 weeks ago
Barbie, size zero jeans, victoria’s secret models. From an early age, young women receive a barrage of marketing messages seeming to illustrate...
Louis La Plante
- 8 years 51 weeks ago
After a workout in early May, my body felt like it was moving through water. Gravity’s gripping pull felt so much heavier than normal, but it...
Wendy Hudson
- 8 years 51 weeks ago
I have enough diet and exercise books to rival the resources at the Duke Health Library. I also have a well-equipped home gym. I try to eat right,...
Louis La Plante and Kristen Lund
- 9 years 28 weeks ago
If you’re an elected official, a busy working mom, or a pro athlete, how do you stay in shape? We asked three local fitness enthusiasts to...
Louis La Plante
- 9 years 49 weeks ago
Every four years, the World Cup is a global sensation, soccer’s premier spectacle. Thirty-two countries compete in the world’s most...
Louis La Plante
- 9 years 51 weeks ago
Every exercise involves movement, but these programs — CrossFit, Boot Camp, and Bodypump — emphasize speed (and calorie burning). Each...
Kristen Lund
- 9 years 52 weeks ago
On a damp spring day, a group of local children laced up their sneakers for a stroll near the future Cedar Hall Community School. Their guide down...
Louis La Plante
- 10 years 1 week ago
Years ago, Mike Cunningham was out on a limb, trimming a tree. When the limb broke, his safety rope failed him, and he fell several feet, shattering...