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Improving sleep habits challenging, but worthwhile

Rose Sleep Disorders Center clinical supervisor Robert Turner was among the professionals interviewed for a recent article on sleeping habits that was published in Counseling Today, an American Counseling Association publication. “Tossing and turning in the digital age” by Laurie Meyers highlights the … Continue reading

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Rose patient celebrates 25 years in cardiac rehab program

In 1989, Harold Grueskin was the victim of a heart attack. Though his condition did not require surgery, he knew how important it was to make his health a priority. In April of that year, he began cardiac rehabilitation at … Continue reading

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Rose ranks in top 100 hospitals in the nation

Rose Medical Center has been named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals® by Truven Health Analytics™ for the seventh time. Since 1993, Truven Health Analytics has been a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of … Continue reading

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Preparing for daylight saving time

Guest post: On the second Sunday of March at 2 a.m. daylight saving time will begin, just as it has for years. This year, it happens to fall on March 9, and when we “spring forward” all of us will … Continue reading

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Part 4: My Gastric Bypass Journey

By Marie Silverstein Read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of Marie’s story. I am now 12 weeks post-op, and have lost 60 pounds!  I weigh 181, started at 241. My BMI is now UNDER 30 (started at 40), and … Continue reading

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Part 3: UPDATE- My Gastric Bypass Journey

By Marie Silverstein  Read Part 1 and Part 2 of Marie’s story. It’s been about two months since I updated my journey for all of you, and it’s been quite an adventure!   My 6 week post-op check-up and class went great.  At that … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Jan, inflammatory breast cancer

  Jan Boone feels just like every other woman. This is true, except that Jan is battling inflammatory breast cancer, which is not your typical type of cancer. Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) is more difficult to diagnose, because a person … Continue reading

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