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Hearing Foods

The easy and fun way to eat well for healthy hearing

By Sponsored Content

Sponsored content by Colorado West Audiologists You’ve probably heard the phrase “you are what you eat.” While that statement is most commonly associated with heart health, weight control and overall health, the foods you consume can have a positive effect on your hearing. Studies indicate foods rich in certain nutrients can help boost your hearing. In some cases, they may even help prevent or delay hearing loss. Years ago, researchers noticed that, even though the ...


Health and Wellness Briefs, Sept. 22, 2015

By Staff

Breast cancer walk planned for Oct. 10 Mesa County residents will unite with the American Cancer Society in their fight against breast cancer during the seventh annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk at 8 a.m. Oct. 10 at Sherwood Park. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the official breast cancer awareness campaign founded by the American Cancer Society. And the group is leading the charge in Grand Junction. With more than 158 walkers last year, the group expects a large ...


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St. Mary’s preps to open top two floors this week

By Charles Ashby

The opening of the two top floors of St. Mary’s Hospital later this week offers more than just a room with a view. It offers several such rooms, all with some spectacular views of the entire Grand Valley. But more than that, the 11th and 12th floors of the hospital that are set to open on Friday offer some pretty unique things, including a high-tech patient monitoring system that allows doctors and nurses to know what’s happening in real time to the people who are being cared ...


Mark your calendar for the Senior Fair

By Penny Stine

The Daily Sentinel is once again sponsoring the annual Senior Fair on October 23, which is focused on many aspects of retirement and senior living, including both recreation and health. It’s not a health fair, but because health figures so prominently in the lives of seniors, there are some great healthcare providers and health-related businesses who will be at the fair to answer questions, offer consultations and schedule screenings. Several hearing specialists will be at the ...


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GJ woman takes on a silent killer

By Charles Ashby

Grand Junction resident Lorna Naegele didn’t know much about ovarian cancer before she contracted the disease in 2009. Her family had no history of the disease. In fact, she was the first person on either side of her family to be diagnosed with cancer. So when she began to experience many of the symptoms associated with the disease — bloating, abdominal pain, urinary urgency and difficulty eating — the last thing on her mind was that something was seriously ...


Health and Wellness briefs: Sept. 8, 2015

By Staff

2015 Children’s Resource Directory now available The Kiwanis Club of Grand Junction has just released the 2015 Children’s Resource Directory. The directory provides information on available resources and services that focus on the care and well-being of children in Mesa County. According to Doug Sorter, chairman of the directory committee, “This directory is a great example of how Kiwanis demonstrates a commitment to the children of Mesa County. It has been ...


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Standing Balance with Shin Splint Prevention

By Staff

Standing Balance With Shin Splint Prevention Start in a standing position with a dumbbell balanced on the top of one foot with the toes pulled toward the knee. Get comfortable with being able to raise the weighted foot. At no time should it be directly above the other foot in order to avoid dropping the weight on your toes. Once you are comfortable, raise the weighted foot up and bring it back down in line with the other foot. Balancing the weight on the foot forces an engagement of ...


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Regional Cancer Center opens up new treatments

By Sponsored Content

Sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital In a maze of hushed rooms several blocks from St. Mary’s busy Regional Cancer Center, banks of cabinets hold hundreds of thousands of samples and records of cancers. The materials span more than seven decades. And they represent more than just historical data about the origins and behaviors of cancers. They contain valuable promise for new treatments. Patients going to and from the Cancer Center never see these rooms. But here in the ...


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Paying your doctor bills

By Charles Ashby

ore Coloradans than ever have some form of health insurance, according to a new study released this week. The number of state residents who don’t have insurance dropped by more than half since 2013, leaving only 6.7 percent of Coloradans uninsured, according to a detailed study released by the nonpartisan Colorado Health Institute, a Denver-based nonprofit group that researches health issues. Initial predictions didn’t expect that rate to fall below 8.5 percent. The greatest ...


Speaker touts GJ health care

By Staff

An award-winning journalist who thinks Grand Junction has one of the best health care systems in the United States is bringing his message to the Avalon Theatre next month. T.R. Reid, a reporter for The Washington Post and a contributor to National Public Radio, is slated to speak on “A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper and Fairer Healthcare” at 7 p.m. on Sept. 21 at the Avalon Theatre. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m. Reid’s talk, which is hosted by the World Affairs ...


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The Link Between Hearing & Your Golf Score

By Sponsored Content

Sponsored by Colorado West Audiologists Whether you’re playing the alpine courses in Eagle-Vail or Beaver Creek or the high desert links in Rifle, Grand Junction or Moab, the game of golf is filled with hazards. Bodies of water, bunkers and sand traps, and dense vegetation can all wreak havoc with your game. Another important yet often ignored factor that can affect your final score is your hearing. Studies show individuals with strong binaural hearing (the ability to perceive ...


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No time to waste

By Greg Ruland

Jim Crafton was relaxing at his ranch home near Collbran and chatting with his wife, Pat, when his raised-up arm suddenly lost strength and dropped to his side. The retired electrician thought it had fallen asleep, but Pat, a retired St. Mary’s Hospital intensive care unit nurse, saw the signs. Pat bundled her husband into the car and rushed him to Mesa, where they met an ambulance that carried them to the emergency room at St. Mary’s — all within an hour of his first ...


HEALTH BRIEFS, Aug. 25, 2015

By Staff

Local endocrinologist selected as ‘outstanding’ The Endocrine Society announced a Grand Junction physician as the winner of its Outstanding Clinical Practitioner Award. Dr. M. Carol Greenlee received the annual award, which recognizes extraordinary contributions by a practicing endocrinologist to the endocrine and/or medical community. Since 1986, Greenlee has worked in private practice in Colorado, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Georgia. Her current practice, Western Slope ...


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GYM: Swiss Ball Squat With Lateral Raise

By Staff

Swiss Ball Squat With Lateral Raise Stand upright so the Swiss Ball is supported by your lumbar curve (the small of your back). From this position move one foot forward so your heel lines up with the toe of your other foot. Bring your other foot forward this same distance. Hold a dumbbell in each hand by your sides. Maintaining an upright posture, lower your weight to a seated position while simultaneously raising the dumbbells to a horizontal position. Then lower your arms while ...


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St. Mary’s bariatric center receives high accreditation

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Sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital Patients visiting St. Mary’s Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Center could easily overlook the new plaque hanging near the check-in window. The plaque declares that the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program has awarded accreditation to St. Mary’s bariatric program. It is deemed to be a comprehensive Center of Excellence. This accreditation should be important for those ...


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Obstetrics program to be reborn

By Greg Ruland

After a 15-year hiatus, Community Hospital will begin delivering babies again when its new $49 million campus opens next spring — and in the process will take care of mother and child in an innovative way. Only four physicians are approved so far to use the delivery rooms being constructed at the new hospital at 2351 G Road, but the hospital is talking to other practices about the opportunity scheduled to go live in about seven months. Obstetricians with Colorado West WomanCare of ...


GYM: Swiss Ball Prisoner Squat

By Staff

Swiss Ball Prisoner Squat Stand upright so that the Swiss Ball is supported by your lumbar curve (the small of the back). From this position move one foot forward so that your heel lines up with the toe of the other foot. Bring the other foot forward this same distance. Place your fingertips at the back of your head behind your ears, palms forward and elbows back. Maintaining an upright posture, lower your weight to a seated position and return to the starting position. Your knees ...


Health Briefs, Aug. 11, 2015

By Staff

Montrose RN new coordinator at Stork’s Carol Swingle, a registered nurse, was recently named the new Stork’s Landing coordinator at Delta County Memorial Hospital.  Swingle brings a professional background of more than 30 years in the health care industry. As a registered nurse, Swingle has 18 years in obstetrics, including a certification in maternal child nurse. She was also a certified Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses electronic ...


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Critically understaffed Marillac hires 
5 new doctors, expects more to come

By Greg Ruland

With three new doctors expected Sept. 1 and two more the following month, Marillac Clinic has managed to hire five of the 10 medical staff it needs to meet its goal of nearly doubling its patient load to 10,000 before the end of 2016. The clinic has been critically understaffed since July with only Dr. John Whiteside, medical director, and Dr. Erica Lovett available to treat patients. In part because of the shift to a high-volume, more business-like and professional organization, ...


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Physicians in training remain patient

By Greg Ruland

survey by the popular online website Medscape asks, “Are Residents Happy?” The answer from medical residents — doctors in training — is generally yes, according to the national survey published last week. That also was the consensus of two doctors starting their third and final year at St. Mary’s Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. Many of the 24 residents enrolled in the regional residency program reflect the results of the national survey, doctors ...


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