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Running vs. Walking: Which is Best for You?

Posted by Stacy Covitz on Jan 10, 2017 7:45:00 AM

Statements I overheard at a New Year’s Eve party:

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Topics: Wellness, Fitness

Smooth skin in winter? It’s possible!

Posted by Stacy Covitz on Jan 6, 2017 4:44:04 PM

How you can prevent winter skin problems; and when it’s time to see a doctor

Cold, windy days and nights inside with central heating can dry out your skin and cause mild skin ailments to flare up. North Texas has had a mild winter so far, but it’s time to prepare for some blustery weeks ahead.

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Topics: Wellness

Access to Breast Health Screening and Education in Romania

Posted by Sarah Cohen on Jan 3, 2017 9:49:55 AM

In countries with modern medicine, when women turn 40, they start getting screening mammograms. In other parts of the world, where healthcare is still considered rudimentary, women of the same age don’t always know about these screening procedures — let alone have access to them.

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Topics: Mission2Medicine

A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self

Posted by Jan Arrant on Dec 29, 2016 7:30:00 AM

Dear 16-year-old me,

I don’t know if you’ll listen to this.  You’re a little stubborn and you kind of think you know it all.  Not to mention, you think, it won’t happen to me.

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Topics: Profiles

Honoring and Remembering the Lives of Their Little Ones

Posted by Sarah Cohen on Dec 27, 2016 7:30:00 AM

Memorial programs at Methodist Charlton and Methodist Dallas help parents cope long-term with perinatal loss

When Andra Hunter learned she had lost her baby just days before she was due to give birth at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, the shock and grief that followed were unlike anything she’d ever faced.

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Topics: Profiles

Join Me at Methodist Mansfield’s Run with Heart

Posted by Pastor David Alexander on Dec 22, 2016 8:53:40 AM

Featuring guest blogger David Alexander

In the spring of 2005, I joined the pastoral staff at First Methodist Church in Mansfield, and our family had the privilege to move to this great community. We bought a house on the east side of Highway 360 and every day on my way to the church I had the chance to chart the construction progress of the Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, which was opened the following year. 

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Topics: Events

Staying energized all day long...the healthy way

Posted by Caroline Susie on Dec 20, 2016 7:30:00 AM

We live in a culture of busy....in fact we claim busyness as a badge!  In a world of saying 'yes' to everything, no wonder everyone is so tired. Of course we'd all love to sleep 8 hours a night, but hey, let's be honest, 8 hours is a DREAM for most folks. So, what is our plan b to get through the day? Insert caffeine! Lattes, tea, and soda help us push through. Though coffee and tea have proven health benefits, they still may not be the best prescription. I could go on and on about the ways soft drinks can negatively impact your health. But the real potential for danger lies within energy drinks.

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Topics: Recipes

Easy Exercises to Give Your Back and Neck Relief

Posted by Stacy Covitz on Dec 15, 2016 3:50:21 PM

It’s a typical Wednesday afternoon. You feel a sharp pain in your back, a dull ache in your wrist, or maybe a crick in your neck. You look up at the clock and realize you’ve been sitting at your desk for four hours — without a break.

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Topics: Fitness

From Dallas to Japan, One Doctor Takes His Talents Overseas

Posted by Calvert Collins-Bratton on Dec 13, 2016 9:19:17 AM

Amit Guttigoli, MD, really likes gadgets. One in particular caught his interest and passion. He’s become such a fan that he now trains doctors on two continents how to use it.

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Topics: Profiles, Cardiology

From start to finish – insider tips to run your best full or half marathon

Posted by Stacy Covitz on Dec 7, 2016 10:34:30 AM

You’ve made the decision – you want to go from “runner” to “Runner” with a capital R. If you’re planning to participate in Methodist Mansfield’s Run with Heart Half Marathon, 5k or 1-mile fun run, you’re still picking up the pace, gearing up for the longest runs on your training schedule.

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Topics: Wellness, Fitness

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Running vs. Walking: Which is Best for You?

Statements I overheard at a New Year’s Eve party: “My goal is to run a 5k.”“My New Year’s resolution is to run a half marathon.”“I just want to be able to run 2 minutes without wanting to throw up.”...Read more

Smooth skin in winter? It’s possible!

How you can prevent winter skin problems; and when it’s time to see a doctor Cold, windy days and nights inside with central heating can dry out your skin and cause mild skin ailments to flare up....Read more

Access to Breast Health Screening and Education in Romania

In countries with modern medicine, when women turn 40, they start getting screening mammograms. In other parts of the world, where healthcare is still considered rudimentary, women of the same age...Read more

A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self

Dear 16-year-old me, I don’t know if you’ll listen to this.  You’re a little stubborn and you kind of think you know it all.  Not to mention, you think, it won’t happen to me. But guess...Read more

Honoring and Remembering the Lives of Their Little Ones

Memorial programs at Methodist Charlton and Methodist Dallas help parents cope long-term with perinatal loss When Andra Hunter learned she had lost her baby just days before she was due to give birth...Read more