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Free Valet Parking

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Dialogue Health and Wellness Blog

Friday, April 14, 2017
Dangers of Drinking When Pregnant

The Dangers of Drinking When Pregnant

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy – even the first few weeks before a woman might know if she is pregnant – can cause disabilities that can last a child's lifetime.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Community Outreach: Kick for Pink

Communuity Outreach - January 2017

Doylestown Health is committed to community outreach. This month, experts taught CPR, discussed tips with parents for unlocking their child's potential, and co-hosted a television segment discussing pediatric allergies.

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Thursday, February 25, 2016
Sabatini

Hospice Care: Caring for the Entire Family

In their time of need, the family of the late Robert Sabatini, DDS, relied on Doylestown Hospital Hospice for compassionate end-of-life care and support for the whole family.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Smolarski triplets

Pediatric Care: Couldn't Have Asked for Anything More

Less than three months after Nichole and Joe Smolarski's triplets Julia, Drew and Ellie were delivered at Doylestown Health's VIA Maternity Center, illness struck. Luckily Doylestown Health's Della Penna Pediatric Center's board-certified pediatricians and pediatric nurses helped the Smolarski's triplets get expert care, close to home.

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Thursday, February 11, 2016
Susan and Jim Rosica

Reaching Their "Joint" Replacement Goals

Thanks to joint replacement surgery at Doylestown Health’s Orthopedic Institute, Jim and Susan Rosica are back to cheering on their grandchildren at sporting events.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Patti Jantzen

Breast Cancer Care: The Gift of Health

Testing confirmed that the lump in Patty Jantzen's left breast was a malignancy, specifically invasive lobular carcinoma. "I couldn't think straight. But Kathy Nellett, the hospital's breast cancer nurse navigator, was amazing. She provided information and offered much-appreciated support," says Patty.

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Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Teen Depression

Teen Sadness May Be Depression

Teenagers are known for having mood swings and bouts of irritability, but there is a chance the teen may be depressed and not just sad or moody. Depression in teens is a real, treatable health problem.

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Thursday, February 04, 2016
Gerry D'Arcy

Transitional Cardiac Care: A Helping Hand, from Hospital to Home

Doylestown Health's unique cardiac transitional care program keeps patients healthy after surgery – and provides an extra level of comfort and care.

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Parent Positive

How to Slow Down Your Family's Schedule

Many families today struggle to balance spending time together with commitments to work, school, and after-school sports and activities. Busy schedules can lead to health issues for the whole family, like sleep deprivation, stress and overeating.

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