By Lamont Neal on Monday, March 28th, 2011
Here are the final results for the 2011 Biggest Loser Contest:
In the team competition, Team 1 was able to hold off Team 7 for the Team Title in a very tight race.
Team 1 dropped 13.11 % and Team 7 dropped 12.94 %.
Team 1 members were:
Randy Enyeart - 11.97 %
Rick Brown - 16... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Thursday, March 24th, 2011
Francine’s Friends Mobile Mammography unit will be in Roanoke for women interested in scheduling a mammogram. On March 29, the mobile unit will be at American Specialties, 142 N. Main Street, Roanoke.
Screening mammography is for women who:
Are age 40 and older and have not had a mammogram screening in the past 12 monthsAre currently not experiencing any breast cancer or problems with their breastsAre insured or uninsured
The Breast Diagnostic Center (BDC) performs the screening... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Sunday, March 20th, 2011
Qualified speakers from Parkview Huntington Hospital are now available for speaking engagements in the community.
Parkview Huntington Hospital has launched a community speakers bureau to help people better understand everyday factors that impact their personal health, and how services provided by the hospital can help them accomplish their health goals... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Thursday, March 17th, 2011
Thanks to a grant of more than $93,000 from the Parkview Huntington Foundation, testing will be available in 2011 at Parkview Huntington Hospital to diagnose a variety of sleep disorders.
The two-bed, state-of-the-art Sleep Center, which will be fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, will be located in Suite 110 of the John B... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Thursday, March 10th, 2011
Parkview Huntington Hospital has appointed three new members to its board of directors for 2011.
Darlene Stanley, of Huntington, Ind., is the president and owner of Johnson Junction, Inc., located in Huntington. She is responsible for the operation of five convenience store/gas stations in Huntington, Decatur and Berne... Read More...
By Lamont Neal on Tuesday, March 1st, 2011
Parkview Home Health & Hospice is in need of volunteers to help hospice clients and their families with various tasks. Volunteers are needed in Huntington County.
Volunteers typically donate one to four hours of their time per week. Volunteers are especially needed during weekdays to stay with patients so caregivers can rest or leave for appointments... Read More...
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