Pregnancy is an exciting time and expecting a baby with someone you love can bring you together in many ways. However, it can also change your intimate relationship—and not always for the better. But with a little effort and knowledge, that doesn’t have to be the case. You and your partner can have a safe and happy sex life during pregnancy and beyond by following a few simple tips.
An orientation program for nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse midwives and clinical nurse specialists who work for Intermountain Healthcare or who are privileged to provide care in an Intermountain Healthcare hospital. Learn more about the program and how to register for this APC to APC orientation course.
Richard, who’s 71, is a fourth-generation bison rancher. This past January, he was on his ranch on a snowy day. He’d walked half a mile to his home in two feet of snow, but he was not even aware of what was happening. "All of a sudden it hit. I was hardly aware of what was going on," he said. Richard was suffering a stroke. Richard is in good shape and had no warning signs. Quick action helped h...
Headaches. We all get them — and you know the feeling. Sharp, throbbing pain or a dull ache. Headaches are the most common form of pain, but if they're making you miss out on work or school, it might be time to see a doctor. Not all headaches need a doctor's attention, but when they start to affect your daily activities or quality of life, it's time to talk to an expert.
After the death of a grandchild more than a year ago, 59-year-old Mike Sommercorn was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. It started when he noticed uncontrollable tremors in his right hand. With time, he also experienced extreme fatigue. While taking a passport photo for a family cruise, he thought he was smiling when he wasn’t. All of this led to his diagnosis.
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Minor cuts and scrapes are a part of everyday life, especially for young, active children. Typically, an abrasion is a type of wound where the first layer of skin is scraped or rubbed off, and sometimes they require more than just a hug and kiss from mom or dad. These wounds, while superficial, need to be treated properly to fend off infection and heal quickly.
Getting a flu shot early on in the season helps the body build up immunity to the flu bug. The season peaks from December to February. Melinda Gonzalez, pharmacist with Riverton Hospital, spoke with KUTV's Mary Nickles about the upcoming flu season and how people can get their flu shot at the Riverton Health Fair on October 14 from 9 a.m. to noon.