Featured Articles

  • Spring/Summer 2014

    A healthier life is yours. From the extra energy gained with losing weight to making healthy choices after a heart screening, meet neighbors sharing how they made the change for the better.

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  • It wasn’t old age that was slowing Gary Hooley down, but an ailing heart. He recognized the symptoms just in time. With the many experts involved, it was important to coordinate the efforts that got Gary back on his feet.

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  • Heart to Heart 2013 cover

    This Fall's issue follows Ms. Rodriguez from an unwelcome discovery while on vacation to how she decided on the best breast reconstruction option for her. This two year journey has her looking forward to her next vacation and the gift of time.

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  • Heart to Heart Spring Summer 2013

    Why do ordinary people become heroes? Read about two local heroes and what inspired them to extraordinary actions. Plus, in this Spring/Summer issue: vacation tips, summertime safety, allergy help and more ideas to get the most out of the season.

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  • Heart to Heart Winter Spring 2013

    Learn to get better. Whether it is finding out where to get a free heart check or being inspired by other's stories, learning comes in many forms. Which is best for you?

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  • Read about how a local forest engineer lost 198 pounds and gained quality of life, learn how psychiatric EEG can help pinpoint the most effective medications for an individual's mental health needs and get tips on how to start running.

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  • A publication of Samaritan Health Services featuring local health and wellness success stories, health tips, new doctor biographies, and support group and class listings.

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  • New cancer treatments help provide the precious gift of time, healthy recipes in time for fall, new providers join Samaritan and more!

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  • Advances in orthopedic surgery lead to shorter hospital stay for local woman

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  • Heart attack sets local man on race to health.

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