Freeman Medical Focus | With Gretchen Bolander
With Gretchen Bolander
With its weekly Freeman Medical Focus, Freeman Health System hopes to offer brief medical education and helpful hints on a wide range of health topics. Recent segments included information pertaining to such concerns as; the importance of a healthy breakfast, heart risk of obesity, what to do when your kid sticks something in his/her nose, falls prevention for seniors, the importance of prenatal care, and many more. With a mission of improving the health of the communities we serve through contemporary, innovative, quality healthcare solutions, we hope our Freeman Medical Focus segments give you new healthcare insights and inspire you to better health. If you have a medical question or idea for a future Freeman Medical Focus segment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freeman Medical Focus: Botox Migraine Relief
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FREEMAN MEDICAL FOCUS: Compression-only CPR
CPR can make a difference when seconds count. But, if you don't feel up to the full …
Freeman Medical Focus: Workplace Health
Taking a sick day can have a much bigger impact than missing a day of work. One study estimates …
Freeman Medical Focus: Aspirin and Heart Attacks
It's a drug that's been around since the 1830's, but it could save your life in a heart attack.
National Breastfeeding Month
It's national breastfeeding month, highlighting the advantages for moms and babies who breastfeed.
Freeman Medical Focus: How to prevent back pain
Back pain is the number one safety issue at work with an estimated 31 million patients affected at …
Freeman Medical Focus: Health dangers to athletes in summer heat
These extreme temperatures can make any outdoor activity tougher. That's doubly true for athletes …
Freeman Medical Focus: Nutritional label changes
Sodium, fat, carbs and protein. You can find out all about it on the nutritional label, but that's …
Freeman Medical Focus: Pool chemicals
As the summer heats up, jumping in the pool sounds like a great way to cool off.
Freeman Medical Focus: Home first aid kits
Some experts estimate emergency room visits rise 15% to 25% in the summer.