Free Valet Parking

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Dialogue Health and Wellness Blog

Friday, January 29, 2016
Zika Virus

What You Need To Know About The Zika Virus

Media reports and travel alerts are stirring concern, especially among pregnant women, about this mosquito-borne illness.

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Thursday, January 28, 2016
Walk with a Doc

Get Moving This Heart Month at a Special Walk With a Doc Event

Doylestown Health’s popular walking program, Walk With A Doc, is partnering with the Cornerstone Clubs and Sodexo to offer an interactive, fun heart-health event for the community this February.

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016
AED

AEDs: High-Tech Help for Cardiac Arrest

You've probably seen an AED in your gym, at a school or some other type of public building. An AED can help save the life of an individual in sudden cardiac arrest.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Jim Brexler, CEO Doylestown Health

President's Perspective

Under the Doylestown Health banner, we are now better able to coordinate the delivery of care throughout our community to ensure even better and healthier results.

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Thursday, January 21, 2016

7 Ways to Get Back on Track With Your New Year's Resolutions

As we close out the first week of the new year, many have made and kept healthy New Year’s resolutions, while others may be struggling to either start them to stay on course. Fear not! Here’s what you should do to keep your New Year’s resolutions.

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Hoverboard

Hoverboard Dangers and Safety Tips

In addition to the risk of fire, hoverboards also put users at risk for other types of injury during routine use. Hoverboard-related injuries are sending people to ERs around the country. Locally, the Doylestown Hospital Emergency Department continues to see these injuries in our patients.

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Thursday, January 14, 2016
Sugar

Does Sugar Increase Risk of Breast Cancer?

A new study suggests high amounts of sugar – like those found in the typical Western diet – may increase risk for breast cancer. Donna Angotti, MD, an expert in the treatment of breast cancer shares her insight into the study findings.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Seniors Exercising

How to Stay Fit and Active This Winter

Staying active shouldn't be a seasonal thing. It's important to get enough exercise year round, even during winter. Being physically active helps prevent heart disease and stroke, the nation's number one and number five killers. Here are The American Heart Association recommends.

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Thursday, January 07, 2016
Keeping Your New Year's Resolution

Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick

For many people, losing weight, exercising and quitting smoking are top the list of New Year's resolutions. If you've made up your mind to make some changes in 2016, you're not alone. More than 40 percent of adult Americans make New Year's resolutions. Learn how to succeed this year and stick to your plan.

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