Skip to main content
4 Degree Rep
Exercise Stress Treadmill
Family Medicine with Obstetrics
Foot and ankle surgery
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Orthopaedic Spinal Surgery
Pediatrics New Born
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Board of Directors
Mission, Vision & Values
Senior Leadership Team
Find a Physician
Patients & Visitors
Blue Heron Gifts
Food & Nutrition Services
Labor and Delivery
Prenatal and Parenting Education
Critical Care Unit
Mental Health Unit
Work Injury Rehab and Prevention
Special Clinic Schedule
Resources & Classes
Calendar of Events
AHP Medical Staff Privileges
Search by topic:
Children and parenting
End of life/Palliative care
Family and relationships
Fitness and exercise
High blood pressure
Sexually transmitted infections
Stress and anxiety
5 tips for safe pumpkin carving
Learn a few tricks to defend those digits.
Number of babies born with syphilis has more than doubled
Congenital syphilis can cause miscarriages and even newborn death.
Flu fatalities: Last year was record-breaking flu season
Find out who's most vulnerable to the flu.
Lawnmower injuries send nearly 6,400 people to the ER yearly
Most injuries require surgery and a hospital stay.
Does aspirin protect healthy hearts too?
New research sheds light on aspirin's role in heart, stroke protection.
Appendicitis: Antibiotics could work as well as surgery
New research challenges conventional wisdom that appendicitis is a surgical emergency.
Breast cancer: 7 facts to know
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Are you due for a screening?
Don't be fooled: 5 myths on domestic violence
Many abusers seem perfect at first. Help us dispel the myths during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Study suggests treating stroke patients for sleep apnea
Early detection and treatment of sleep apnea might improve recovery after a stroke, according to new research.
When dining out, calories count
Knowing how many calories you eat is key for controlling weight.
Infant walkers still cause serious injuries
Previous rules made these products safer, but babies continue to get hurt.
Drug prices tend to rise when medicines are scarce
The fewer competitors there are when a drug is scarce, the more prices jump.
Black Americans: Recognize a blood pressure emergency
They can happen to anyone, but in the U.S., blood pressure spikes are five times more common among black people.
Spotlight on mental illness: Signs, facts and help
This is just too important to skip.
Keep your teen safe from prescription drugs
Many teens mistakenly believe prescription drugs are safer than street drugs.
More than 6.5 million pounds of raw beef recalled
The raw beef products being recalled may be contaminated with salmonella.
Overdoses and suicides combined now deadlier than diabetes
A new analysis reveals a startling surge in deaths since 2000.
Food infused with liquid nitrogen can pose risks
FDA has received reports of injury linked to these types of food items.
Blood pressure: Why it pays to check it yourself
Get tips on starting this healthy habit at home.
Depression common in the years leading up to menopause
Expert panel releases first-ever recommendations for helping women during midlife.
FDA cracks down on illegal e-cig sales to youth
Flavored e-cigs may soon be harder to buy—in stores or online.
Smartphones are good health partners
From memory aids to nutrition helpers, smartphones are getting smarter about health.
Lonely? Being socially active may boost your health
Good friendships are good for us.
Urgent care visits jump while Americans go to the ER less often
Why more consumers are choosing urgent care when it's not a true emergency
Breastfeeding may help head off strokes in moms
This finding adds to mounting evidence of the breastfeeding benefits for babies and moms.