Steve Baldridge


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The Best Start for Your Baby

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Breastfeeding Benefits Both Mother and Baby

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Kidney Health, vital to our well-being
In ancient times the kidneys were viewed as the seat of feelings, conscience, and yearnings, and the source of morality and ethical activity. The kidneys were associated with the innermost parts of a person’s personality and well-being.
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Music Therapy for Community Wellness
“Words make you think a thought. Music makes you feel a feeling. A song makes you feel a thought.” -- E. Y. Harburg
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Stroke
We all know of someone who has suffered a stroke. Statistics show that nearly 800,000 people suffered a stroke in the United States in 2018. Many of those stroke victims suffered permanent disability to one degree or another,
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What is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)?

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Urgent Care
An illness or injury is never convenient. When someone in the family gets hurt, of course you want them to get medical help immediately. If you are currently experiencing a medical emergency, what are you doing reading this article? Put down the pape
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Calcium Scoring - What are the Odds?

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Stressing about Brain Health

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University Hospitals Family Health & Safety Day
“If it doesn’t hurt, don’t worry about it.” You do realize that could be the quote on countless headstones, right? “I don’t need health screenings, I take care of myself.” I understand the sentiment but even
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More about the University Hospitals Family Health & Safety Day
People are funny, aren’t we? Some of us are hypochondriacs who are sure every cough, sneeze, twinge or spot is a sign of impending death. Others try to shrug off a tumor the size of a watermelon or sudden blindness as “probably that stoma
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MOOD DISORDERS: What you should know.

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Breast Health

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What a Pain!

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Unraveling the Confusion Around Mammograms

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Youth Vaping in Ashland County: What is being done to combat this health crisis affecting our youth?

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