Cough and cold self care: When to see a doctor

It happens every year – one of the kids comes home from school with sniffles and by the end of the week, the whole family is coughing and feeling miserable. Taking care of yourself and your family when you’re sick can be challenging and frustrating. [...]

Reynolds receives Governor's Award for Life for recent tissue and cornea donation

On Oct. 10, Angela Hockman, Reynolds Memorial Hospital’s CORE (Center for Organ Recovery and Education) liaison presented CEO Dr. David Hess and Brooke Francis with the Governor’s Award for Life for a recent tissue and cornea donation. The award recognizes area hospitals that have been successful in supporting organ, tissue, and cornea donation within their own healthcare facilities and have achieved increased donation rates as a result. [...]

Who needs cardiovascular rehabilitation?

If you have cardiac challenges or any other form of cardiovascular issue, your doctor may suggest cardiac rehabilitation. The rehab program will be personalized so you can exercise safely and sustain a healthy regimen. But first, you want to make sure that your conditions will benefit from a cardiac rehab program. Below are some of the precursors for initiating cardiovascular rehabilitation. [...]

Why are respiratory therapy and pulmonary rehabilitation important?

Respiratory therapy takes proven strategies and applies them to patients in need of immediate respiratory care. It is a composition of methods that provides solutions for hospital patients with lung and breathing problems. [...]

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