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  • What Role Can Genomics Play in Your Health Care?

    What Role Can Genomics Play in Your Health Care?

    Posted: April 25, 2017 10:00 am   

    Many of us have family histories of heart disease, cancer, stroke or diabetes and maybe even Alzheimer’s disease. I know my family is packed full of most if not all of these diseases. I have often thought I would like to know if I had markers for certain diseases and then decided maybe I …
    • Happy Healthy Hump Day: Childhood Diabetes, It's Not Just Type 1 Anymore

      Happy Healthy Hump Day: Childhood Diabetes, It's Not Just Type 1 Anymore

      Posted: April 19, 2017 10:00 am   

      Childhood Diabetes, It’s Not Just Type 1 Anymore Bobbi here with a subject close to my heart, children with diabetes. My first job as a registered dietitian was as a counselor and educator for children with diabetes. You may think that making a 5 year old understand what is happening …
      • Health Care Reform; What to Do, What to Do

        Health Care Reform; What to Do, What to Do

        Posted: April 18, 2017 10:00 am   

        Everyone Has an Opinion; But, Who Has a Plan Where are we with the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act? We hear differing reports that are all over the spectrum. For example: On March 24, the day Republicans killed their American Health Care Act, President Trump said he would …
        • Healthy Hump Day: Vaccines and Preventable Diseases

          Healthy Hump Day: Vaccines and Preventable Diseases

          Posted: April 12, 2017 10:00 am   

          Bobbi, your registered dietitian here. Today, I am going to deviate from food and diet and talk about another concern that young mothers (and fathers) share. Vaccines. Did you know that despite progress, approximately 42,000 adults and 300 children in the United States die each year from …
          • Finally, Telemedicine Lives Up to Its Potential

            Finally, Telemedicine Lives Up to Its Potential

            Posted: April 11, 2017 10:00 am   

            Virtual care (telemedicine) is growing rapidly for many reasons including convenience, time efficiency and affordability. More than half of U.S. hospitals have a telemedicine program. This number is expected to reach 70% in just a few years. Virtual visits can be used for mild symptoms, weekend …

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