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Posts made in April, 2011

Introducing the Mills-Peninsula Health Services Blog

Welcome to the new Mills-Peninsula Health Services (MPHS) blog! We are excited to have this new forum with you to share health information in new ways online and to receive feedback from you on articles. Our physicians and staff look forward to providing perspective, health tips and sharing here. Please check back often because we will regularly post articles on a health topics and share news of our partnership and work in the community for health, wellness and community benefit.  We hope this blog will help keep you and your family informed, educated and even more prepared to participate in your health and wellness decisions. Read More

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Simple Eating Tips for a Lean and Healthy Lifestyle

When Donna deKay, R.D., outpatient nutritionist and diabetes educator at Mills-Peninsula Health Services talks about eating to stay lean, sometimes she sounds more like an interior designer than a dietitian.

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Is Your Family Ready for a Natural Disaster?

Planning ahead for an emergency such as a fire or an earthquake can mean the difference between coping with disaster and falling victim to it. If a natural disaster struck today, would you be ready?

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Pollen Got You Down? Six Tips to Help Control Allergy Symptoms

Spring is here, and the air is filled with flowery scents and a multitude of allergy-causing pollens. Nasal allergies affect 35 – 50 million Americans and are the second leading cause of chronic disease in the United States. In this blog post, Dr. Joann Blessing-Moore, a Mills-Peninsula Health Services allergist, offers six tips to try to help you curb uncomfortable allergy symptoms.

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