Archive | May, 2013

5 Tips for Reducing Your Child’s Immunization Pain

5 Tips for Reducing Your Child’s Immunization Pain You’d be hard-pressed to find a person who enjoys receiving an immunization. In the hierarchy of things people are uneasy about, medical shots seem to fall somewhere between porcupine-twill sweaters and all-you-can-eat seafood buffets. While adults certainly have their problems with needles, try to remember what it’s […]

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March of Dimes – Nathan’s Story

The Davies Family is eastern Idaho’s March for Babies Ambassador Family. Their story teaches us the true meaning of both love and perseverance. Read Melanie Davies’ personal account of their journey for a family; it shows both amazing courage and the extent of a mother’s will and love. Then join us on June 1st for […]

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Traveling Down the Spine Highway

Auto accidents, roadwork zones, speed traps—we all know what happens when a major highway gets constricted by a lane or two. If you’re on it, you’ll certainly get slowed down, or possibly detoured onto side roads that send you in the wrong direction. Best case, you’ll be late; worst case, you might not get there […]

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What Does a Nutritionist Do?

Are carbs bad? What types of carbs are bad? Is LDL the good cholesterol or the bad one? What are the most heart-healthy foods — and do any of them come in ‘cool ranch’? Average Joes and Josephines ask questions like these because: A) They know health-conscious food choices are important, especially considering the potential […]

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