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  • What Is A Nurse Practitioner?

    by Delilah Newton | Jul 31, 2018
    Nurse practitioners (N.P.s) are clinicians who treat various health issues while focusing on disease prevention, health management, and patient education.
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  • Nurse Practitioners Extend Care, Expertise and Compassion

    by Delilah Newton | Jul 05, 2018
    Columbus Regional Health (CRH) is introducing a new model of care in some Columbus Regional Health Physicians offices and at Columbus Regional Hospital to improve the services we provide to patients. As part of this model, nurse practitioners and physicians work as a team to care for patients.
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  • Is My Blood Pressure in the Safe Range?

    by Delilah Newton | Jul 05, 2018
    In 2017, the American Heart Association updated the guidelines for detecting, preventing and treating high blood pressure. Normal blood pressure is now defined as 120/80 mmHG or lower. Here is where other numbers fall on the blood pressure scale.
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  • Mindful Eating - Enjoy Your Food More (and Eat Less)

    by Delilah Newton | Jul 03, 2018
    Trying to eat healthier? Watching your weight? Regardless of motivation, it’s easy to take in more calories than you realize.
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  • Seared Salmon with Blueberries Recipe

    by Delilah Newton | Jul 03, 2018
    In this quick recipe, fresh rhubarb gives sweet blueberries a tart punch of flavor. This easy recipe features salmon, but you can use this compote as a topping for any fish, pork, or chicken.
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Healthy Tomorrow is a quarterly magazine and online blog published by Columbus Regional Health. Articles focus on important health topics, include fun features like quizzes and recipes, and provide the information you need to help you and your family live well and stay healthy.