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Soy Interesting - Do You Know the Benefits of This Ancient Protein?

Soy has been a primary source of protein for people in Asia for centuries. More Americans are beginning to realize its health benefits. Soy is a gluten-free nutritional powerhouse, brimming with ...
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Joint Decisions

Knee and hip surgeries can eliminate debilitating pain and help patients resume activities they enjoy. But many people avoid these treatments because they don’t understand what is involved. A ...
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5 Ways to Enjoy Healthy--and Yummy--Pecans Every Day

National Pecan Day is this month, and there's plenty to celebrate about this tree nut. It comes loaded with good-for-you monounsaturated fats, at 12 grams per 1-ounce serving, and also has fiber, ...
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A New Day for Chemical Dependency Patients at St. Joseph Hospital

Twenty-six years ago, the Day family received the most difficult news to accept. They were told that 26-year-old Tim Day died alone in an automobile accident. The cause of the accident was drug and ...
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Assessing and Addressing the Needs of the Poor

St. Joseph Health consistently works to identify health problems of the poor and marginalized. With the help of many partners, it is able to provide real solutions. Health care has evolved ...
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Talk About What Matters: One Man's Story of Honoring His Wife's Last Wishes

Tragically, Larry Hattem knows all too well how important it is to have an advance directive. Nearly 11 years ago, his wife, Joyce, went in for a routine MRI with contrast as a follow-up to a previous ...
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5 Ways to Crack Down on Cracked Skin

The cold months can be tough on your skin, especially your hands, even after the snow melts. When you expose your hands to harsh weather, they become susceptible to drying and cracking. Your skin has ...
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6 Tips for Creating an Advanced Directive

If you were in an accident or became seriously ill and couldn’t speak for yourself, would your family, friends and health care providers know what care and treatment you’d prefer? Would ...
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Healthy at Home: New Technology Keeps Patients With Heart Failure Out of the Hospital

John Diaz, 73, of Laguna Woods, had been living with heart failure for several years. Like many patients with this condition, he had been in and out of the hospital many times due to an increase in ...
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Test Your Nutrition Knowledge

A well-balanced diet is a cornerstone of good health. And while you probably know that a diet rich in whole foods and low on processed goods is ideal, how much do you really know about nourishing your ...
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