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  • Bringing Best Practices to the Bedside

    by Andrew Laker | Feb 23, 2017
    As a clinical nurse specialist at Columbus Regional Hospital, Kathy Jackson regularly makes the rounds to visit patients recovering from a wide range of medical conditions and surgical procedures. She works alongside other nurses to improve the quality of care and achieve the best possible outcomes.
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  • Pritikin: Reducing your chances of having a second heart attack

    by Andrew Laker | Feb 21, 2017
    When Linda Scheidt, 60, had a respiratory infection last winter, she went to her doctor and learned something surprising, not about her breathing, but about her heart.
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  • Winter 2017 issue of Healthy Tomorrow out now

    by Andrew Laker | Jan 17, 2017

    Check out the new look of our redesigned print edition, coming to a mailbox near you.

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  • Avoid the Risk of Falling

    by Andrew Laker | Jan 04, 2017
    It can happen in an instant. You miss a step, slip on a wet floor or suddenly lose your balance and tumble to the ground. If you’re lucky, you walk away with only a few bruises. What happens is often far more serious.
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  • Three Important questions to ask your sinus surgeon

    by Kelsey DeClue | Dec 09, 2016
    Sinusitis is a common problem with several treatment options, including Balloon Sinuplasty. Learn more about this in-office procedure offered at Columbus ENT and Allergy.
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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.