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Using acupuncture to help with cancer treatment

Acupuncture And Cancer Treatment

03.25.19

Acupuncturists work with cancer patients to help reduce the side effects of the chemotherapy, radiation therapy and other western medicine treatments. An acupuncture treatment helps your body to balance and helps the lessen side effects of cancer therapies.

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Soul Food Diet Swaps

Soul Food Swaps

03.25.19

Fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, sweet tea and other comfort foods may bring you back home, but making meals like this a routine can hurt your health in the long run. 

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Learn why vaping is dangerous for teen health

Why Vaping Is Dangerous For Teens

03.25.19

Teens are known for taking risks. The latest one: vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes. And although teens might think it's no big deal, vaping can seriously impact their health. This dangerous new trend is quickly hooking the next generation on nicotine.

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How do you deal with loose skin after bariatric surgery?

Ask the Experts: Dealing With Excess Skin After Bariatric Surgery

03.22.19

Our Franciscan Physician Network Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons answer your questions and share their expert insight to help you make informed decisions about your care after significant weight loss following bariatric surgery.

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Recipe: Quinoa Black Bean Salad, Two Ways

Recipe: Quinoa Black Bean Salad, Two Ways

03.22.19

Quinoa packs a nutritional punch. Packed with protein, iron and fiber, it's a great alternative to pasta and rice and can easily hold its own as an entree. We'll show you how in a moment.

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Trust your gut. Like it did for Rachel Quade, a colonoscopy could save your life.

Trust Your Gut: A Colonoscopy Could Save Your Life

03.20.19

OLYMPIA FIELDS, Illinois - Rachel Quade, a 92 year-old Beecher, Illinois, resident, enjoys good health and an active lifestyle. However, a two-month bout of chronic constipation in early 2018 caused her concern.

She insisted on a colonoscopy.

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News
Franciscan Health Mooresville has been named the No. 1 hospital in Indiana for medical excellence in joint replacement care.
03.18.19

Franciscan Health's Joint Replacement Program In Mooresville Rated Best In Indiana

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Franciscan Health Lafayette East Among Top 5 Percent Of U.S. Hospitals For Clinical Outcomes According To Healthgrades March 14, 2019
03.14.19

Franciscan Health Lafayette East Among Top 5 Percent Of U.S. Hospitals For Clinical Outcomes According To Healthgrades

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Franciscan Health Michigan City Chooses Daisy Award Winner For March 2019
03.14.19

Franciscan Health Michigan City Chooses Daisy Award Winners For March 2019

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Features
Trust your gut. Like it did for Rachel Quade, a colonoscopy could save your life.
03.20.19

Trust Your Gut: A Colonoscopy Could Save Your Life

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Maya Harrell tore her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and injured her meniscus playing basketball.
03.18.19

Girls At Greater Risk For Some Sports Injuries Than Boys

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Franciscan Health Nurse Tina Scott donated her kidney to Franciscan Health Nurse Cathy Woodard
03.08.19

Ultimate Gift: Franciscan Health Nurse Donates Kidney To Fellow Nurse In Need

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Blogs
Using acupuncture to help with cancer treatment
03.25.19

Acupuncture And Cancer Treatment

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Soul Food Diet Swaps
03.25.19

Soul Food Swaps

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Learn why vaping is dangerous for teen health
03.25.19

Why Vaping Is Dangerous For Teens

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