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Your success depends on your experience level and motivation Virtual fitness programs are workouts designed to be completed outside of the gym, such as the home, garage, yard or even the park. Many people follow written steps on an app or an on-screen instructor to stay in shape. Recently, the popularity...
Burnout is a problem that affects many in the healthcare profession, from medical students to practicing physicians to other specialists and clinicians. Jason Marker, MD, Associate Director of the Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program, recently received a tap on the shoulder from the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and...
You’ve seen medical helicopters fly overhead and likely wondered what and where the emergency is. For Memorial MedFlight, the emergency can be anything, anywhere in our region. But the goal is the same: get patients to the best care available, as safely quickly as possible. When time is not on a...
Vegetarian diets are becoming more popular than ever. But many people have questions about plant-based diets. Kate Glick, registered dietitian at Beacon, provides insights on the popular meatless movement. What is the vegetarian diet? Vegetarianism is an eating practice that eliminates the consumption of meat and/or animal byproducts such as cheese, milk...
Beacon Health System and Three Rivers Health officials today announced that they have finalized an agreement for the 60-bed acute care facility to become the eighth hospital in the non-profit Beacon Health System and the first in the state of Michigan. For more than a century, Three Rivers Health has been...
We are 18 months into this pandemic, and healthcare providers across our region continue to be there for every person who needs their care. In spite of having a vaccine that drastically reduces death and serious illness, we continue to care for people who are very sick and those who...