Archive | December, 2011

The Nagging Effect: A Way to a Healthier Life

As I have in many of my past posts, allow me to walk you down my memory lane.  And yes folks, this is a true nagging conversation that I had with my husband one day.  And by one day, I mean over the course of a few weeks. Me:  “Hey husband, you should really go […]

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Ask an Expert: A Kid’s Fever, Something to Worry About?

One of our Facebook readers asked, “How long should a child have a fever before you should start to worry?” Hear what three of our family medicine physicians had to say. You may remember Dr. Nichole DeLaPlante from Lone Peak Primary Care in Draper from some of her other posts.  She’s a frequent blogger with […]

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Oh, Those Achy Bones

For most of us, our knowledge of the skeleton is limited to the song we learned as a child, “Dem bones.” You know – the one that goes, the head bone connected to the neck bone the neck bone connected to the back bone the back bone connected to the hip bone dem bones, dem […]

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How well do you know your breasts?

  Dr. Lance Bryce of Canyon Surgical Clinic in Brigham City stops by to tell us a his tips and tricks of breast exams. Dr. Bryce explains that breast exams are important because, “Detection of breast cancers or lumps, or any of those kinds of things, early, allows us to take care of you and […]

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Superman Wannabe’s – This One’s for You

Guys, how many times have you tied that red bath towel around your neck and jumped off the roof of your house as a child?  Ladies, how many times have your tripped wearing your mom’s high-heels? Never, right? Whether you think you’re Superman, or the toddler version of Cinderella, we all got hurt as children. […]

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