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Peggy Brill, nursing manager at Aspire Indiana, shares some information about influenza, the seasonal flu.
Associates at St.Vincent, a member of Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic not-for-profit health system, knew more could be done to improve the health and wellness of the primary- and middle-school students attending four Mother Theodore Catholic Academies (MTCA) in the center of Indianapolis. So Karen Terrell, School Wellness Coordinator at St.Vincent, worked with the Archdiocese… Continue reading St. Vincent Helps Inner-City Students Get Healthy, Fit at St. Philip Neri
Kayne Ford was sent to the ER at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St.Vincent by his pediatrician in Evansville, Ind., in February 2015. Kayne and his mom Kara were given the heartbreaking news by pediatric oncologist Dr. Heather Escoto that he had leukemia. Based on his age, lab results and presentation at the time, Kayne… Continue reading Kayne’s Story of Hope | Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital Telethon
Eskenazi Health is participating in the second annual National Kale Day today, Wednesday, Oct. 1! The day celebrates kale’s incredible health benefits; highlights kale’s culinary versatility; and promotes eating, growing and sharing kale throughout America. Regarded as a super food, kale provides plant-based power in your diet that goes well beyond just standard vitamins and… Continue reading Celebrate National Kale Day with Eskenazi Health
Clay Schramski was diagnosed in utero with two birth defects. Clay’s parents learned his liver was outside his abdomen, an omphalocele. Further testing revealed that he also had a hole in his diaphragm which caused his intestines to shift and deposit into his chest cavity. Thanks to numerous specialists with St.Vincent Women’s Neonatal Intensive Care… Continue reading Clay’s Story of Hope | Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital Telethon