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  • Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

    by Delilah Newton | Dec 18, 2018
    Aquatic therapy is treatment and exercises performed in water for relaxation, fitness, physical rehabilitation, and other therapeutic benefits. Therapeutic exercises may include upper extremity, lower extremity, and overall resistance training.
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  • New Hearing Aid Technology

    by Delilah Newton | Dec 05, 2018
    For individuals with hearing loss, hearing instruments are helpful, allowing for better communication in many different environments. Now hearing aid technology merges with our communication and entertainment devices! This opens up opportunities for better access for those with hearing loss.
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  • Fruity Wild Rice Stovetop Stuffing

    by Delilah Newton | Nov 28, 2018
    Perk up an old holiday favorite with the brightness of fruit and two kinds of healthy rice.
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  • Get a Flu Shot Now, Stay Healthier Later

    by Delilah Newton | Nov 20, 2018
    Vaccinating early gives your body time to develop virus-fighting antibodies well before flu season is in full swing.
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  • Don’t Let Germs Rule Your Household

    by Delilah Newton | Nov 20, 2018
    You know that your child could catch the flu from close contact with a classmate, sick sibling or playdate pal. The bigger the family, the more times each year someone is sniffling and sneezing. Get tips on how to keep viruses contained.
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Tannenbaum, Darryl 2014

Darryl Tannenbaum, MD
Southern Indiana Orthopedics

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Patrick Barrett, MD
Southeastern Indiana Gastroenterology

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Geoffrey Raymer, MD
Southeastern Indiana Gastroenterology

 

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.