• Sports Medicine Keeps You Moving

    by Kelsey DeClue | Jul 01, 2019
    The sports medicine staff at CRH sees patients ranging from young skateboarders to weekend warriors with knee pain to electricians hurt on the job to retirees feeling the effects of their age. Even among young people, it is not just the star athlete who needs help.
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  • What to Look for When Doing a Skin Check

    by Kelsey DeClue | Jul 01, 2019
    Get in the habit of doing a skin self-check about once a month in a well-lit room with a full-length mirror. Your doctor can carefully check your skin during a routine cancer-related checkup.
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  • Lead Exposure in Children: What You Need to Know

    by Kelsey DeClue | Jun 20, 2019
    The good news is, your pediatrician (especially if he or she is a provider with Columbus Regional Health) is likely testing and screening your child for lead exposure and risk on a routine basis.
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  • Low Blood Sugar (hypoglycemia)

    by Delilah Newton | Jun 06, 2019
    Blood glucose (also called blood sugar) levels will vary – up or down. This is normal. If it varies within a certain range, you probably won’t be able to tell. But if it goes below the healthy range and is not treated, it can get dangerous.
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  • Mini Greek Chicken Kabobs

    by Kelsey DeClue | May 21, 2019
    Grilling is a great way to infuse flavor into meals without risking calories and sacrificing nutrition.
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